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Most of us would say the customer or prospect… But if you really think about it, most of you probably spend more time marketing to your internal customers than you do to the people who are actually paying for your product or service. I’ve been in organizations where the approval process to get even the smallest thing done was outrageous; you present the idea, then the strategy, then the costs, then the tactics, then get legal approval, then do the work, then present the work, then present the strategy again, then make changes because they didn’t like it, then present the changes, then make more changes, then ...
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Federal School Loan Consolidation: Cutting Through The Red Tape
If you’ve financed your education with a variety of student loans and are now facing a barrage of monthly payments, you may find that a student loan consolidation will work to your advantage. But if your loans are courtesy of the Federal government, you may not be surprised to learn that there is a plethora of regulations for you to follow in applying for student loan consolidation. FFEL And Direct Consolidation Loans The US Federal government offers two school loan consolidation options, the Federal Family Education Loan Program, or FFEL, and the Direct Consolidation Loan program. It’s up to you to understand how ... market research, surveys and trends
GPOs Back Under the Microscope - Health Blog - WSJ
During the health-care overhaul legislative debate, even as pharmaceutical companies and medical device makers were getting hit up by Democrats and the administration for contributions to cost savings, group purchasing organizations stayed below the radar. GPOs are the middlemen for hospitals in buying supplies — needles, pacemakers, patient monitors, etc. They are supposed to save money,� because hospitals band together to get lower prices for equipment. That was the theory. But a long cover story in Washington Monthly magazine says that�s not always the case, and that in fact, �the GPO system may increase some costs to ... market research, surveys and trends

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The Permitting Process at the City of North Las Vegas
“There’s no problem with the city of North Las Vegas.” “North Las Vegas isn’t any different than any other municipality when it comes to issuing permits.” “North Las Vegas is the worst in the Valley.” These are some of the comments heard from contractors and builders who were asked about the permitting processes of North Las Vegas and other government agencies that issue construction permits in Southern Nevada. Which statement is true? Which statement is false? It depends on who you talk to. Nearly every person involved in getting a construction permit in ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The Permitting Process at Clark County
For as long as most Nevadans can remember, the state has been experiencing a building boom like few seen anywhere in the country. Nevada’s mining towns, long accustomed to boom and bust economic cycles, continue to flourish in today’s down economy while their bust cycle has ironically moved to the state’s metropolitan areas. New construction, whether it be in urban, suburban or rural areas, requires certain prerequisites – demand, financing, developers, contractors, suppliers and, very early in the process, building permits from appropriate government agencies. With the current economic downward spiral, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Slow pace of recovery in Haiti not a surprise — unfortunately
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Engineering and Zend: cutting through the red tape of social ...
Engineering | Testimonial. Overview. Engineering is the third largest ICT operator in Italy offering a full range of software and services. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Cutting Through Red Tape: Georgia Tech Helps Georgia State Agency ...
Mike Parks, Stone Mountain supervisor for Georgia’s Office of Child Support Services (OCSS), shares a letter written by a happy customer: “I would like to thank you for the service I received from you and your staff today. I didn’t have a long wait in the lobby. I came right back to your office and you put all the vital information in the computer about my case. I set up my direct deposit and now I look forward to receiving support for my children. Same-day service works incredibly well in your office. All of my needs were met today and I can use my time working and taking care of my children.” This happy ending might ...
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Where Did The Saying "Red Tape" Come From? - Yahoo! Answers
Usually red tape refers to an obstacle preventing something from happening that needs to be resolved. Where did "red tape" come from? Legal and official documents have been bound with red tape since the 17th century and continue to be so. The first reference I can find to this practice is the 1696-1715 Maryland Laws: "The Map upon the Backside thereof sealed with his Excellency's Seal at Arms on a Red Cross with Red Tape." We now usually mean fussy or unnecessary bureaucracy when we refer to 'red tape'. The first record I have of it being used in that sense is from The pleader's guide, 1796. ...
Google Answers: Gangsters: The Positive Role Model
How can a gangster be portrayed as a positive role model? What are some examples of this in film? How could Tony Montana from Scarface be considered one of these positive role models? Subject: Re: Gangsters: The Positive Role Model From: sigepjedi-ga on 17 Nov 2005 10:27 PST You'll need to focus on the positive aspects of these individuals rather than the negative to see how their 'Characters' could have a positive or inspiring influence on someone. Its about showing hardships that are overcome. Which each and everyone of us experience in our lives daily, and struggle with coming out on top. Even in ...