Resources Development

Some articles on resources development, development, resources:

Water Resources Development Act Of 2007
... The Water Resources Development Act of 2007 or WRDA 2007 (Pub.L ... is a United States law that reauthorized the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA), and authorized flood control, navigation, and environmental projects and studies by the United States Army Corps of Engineers ...
Derek Sikua - Career
... of the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development from April 1993 to February 1994, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education and ... for the North East Guadalcanal constituency) and became Minister of Education and Human Resources Development under Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare on 4 May 2006 ...
Corporate Titles
... Chief Business Officer or CBO Chief Business Development Officer or CBDO ... Chief commercial officer or CCO – the executive responsible for commercial strategy and development Chief Communications Officer or CCO ... now in both software and non-software industries alike to refer to overseeing the development of technology being commercialized ...
Council Of State Of Oman - Intent
... State Council shall assist the Government to implement the overall development strategy and shall contribute in deepening the roots of the Omani ... for Preparing studies which contribute to the implementation of development plans and programs and assist in finding appropriate solutions to economic and social ... for encouraging investments in the production, services and resources development sectors ...
Korea Electric Power Corporation - Operations - Resources Development
2010, KEPCO bought a 20% stake in Bayan Resources in Indonesia, thus allowing the company to raise its coal self-sufficiency rate by 7 million tons annually from 2015 ...

Famous quotes containing the words development and/or resources:

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