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  1. Apr 2023
    1. To determine the impact that this nonproductive time has on the staffing demand, divide the average number of nonproductive hours per FTE by 2,080 hours (number of hours one FTE would work in 1 year without taking any time off). The resulting number is the Figure 4: Add percentage of nonproductive time

      Formula is incorrect. Applying the ratio of nonproductive to total time to only the productive FTEs will produce a shortfall in expected total FTEs needed to meet the budget assumptions for patient care, time off, and education

  2. Mar 2023
    1. Title: How Alive Is 1.5? Part One – A Small Budget, Shrinking Fast

      Author: - Kevin Anderson - Dan Calverley

      Key Messages - For a 50:50 chance of staying below 1.5°C, we’re using up the remaining carbon budget at around 1% every month. - Following current national emissions pledges (NDCs) to 2030 puts the temperature commitments within the Paris Agreement beyond reach. - Claims that 1.5°C is now inevitable also assign “well below 2°C” to the scrapheap. - An ‘outside chance’ of not exceeding 1.5°C remains viable, but ongoing fossil fuel use is rapidly undermining it. - The few credible pathways for an outside chance of 1.5°C are not being discussed. This is an active choice by policymakers and experts, who have largely dismissed equity-based social change.

  3. Jan 2023
  4. Dec 2022
    1. so let's take the headline budgets and let's adjust them to today November 00:13:16 2022. so these are the the two probabilities that we're using um that's the budget that we have left for two degrees Centigrade that's the budget we've got for 1.5 and these are the years you have 00:13:29 so you know 1.5 nine and a half years of current emissions if the current emissions stayed static we'd have nine and a half years oh a bit worrying um that's about half a percent a bit 00:13:43 under half a percent every month for two degrees centigrade and one percent so every month we're using one percent of the 50 50 chance of 1.5 degrees Centigrade which is not anyway a safe 00:13:54 threshold every month one percent of the budget

      !- key takeaway : time remaining to decarbonize to 1.5 Deg C limit - 9.5 years remaining referenced to Nov 2022 - consuming roughly 1% of remaining 380 Gigaton budget every month, or about 11 % every year.

    2. what do we really need to do for real zero for 1.5 degrees centigrade and very much I'm framing this around carbon budgets so if anyone's heard me speak before nothing 00:01:37 significantly changed other than another 40 billion tons of carbon Dockside has been put in the atmosphere

      !- title : 2022 remaining carbon budget - speaker: Kevin Anderson

  5. Nov 2022
    1. Retribusi Pelayanan Kepelabuhanan 3.610.000.000 3.622.960.500

      Realisasi retribusi pelayanan kepelabuhanan DKP Jawa Tengah periode 1 Januari - 31 Agustus 2021 telah melampaui target.

    2. Retribusi Pemberian Izin KegiatanUsaha Penangkapan Ikan3.500.000.000 2.198.323.300

      Realisasi retribusi Pemberian Izin Kegiatan Usaha Penangkapan Ikan DKP Jawa Tengah periode 1 Januari - 31 Agustus 2021 baru mencapai 62,81 %. Hal ini wajar mengingat pelaksanaan kegiatan berjalan di pertengahan tahun anggaran. Meski demikian, pendapatan retribusi pemberian perizinan usaha penangkapan ikan di Jawa Tengah masih dapat ditingkatkan dengan mengoptimalkan pelayanan di sentra-sentra nelayan. Potensi pendapatan retribusi perizinan usaha dilakukan dengan menyasar pelaku usaha perikanan yang memiliki kapal perikanan 10 - 30 GT sesuai kewenangan Provinsi.

  6. Jun 2022
  7. May 2022
    1. The 6 Business Objectives of SaaS

      The main business objectives of a company are to address the problems and needs of their customers with products or services that are a solution for them. The importance of technology in our daily lives means that we simply cannot ignore SaaS when it comes to running our business.

  8. Jan 2022
  9. Dec 2021
    1. n regards to K12 and Higher Education, many of them are using immersive tech as part of the learning. However, budget is the real issue here. Many of these institutions are running on strict budgets that were planned a year ahead, so to now throw in VR/AR strategies, their budget is even more stretched.

      budget constrains

    1. upslope movement of habita-tion and agriculture should have changed the water budget

      permasalahan yang selalu terjadi, dimana perubahan tata guna lahan akan berpengaruh terhadap air tanah, akibat pengelolaan yang kurang baik

  10. Nov 2021
  11. Sep 2021
    1. 2019, c. 29, s. 301

      Budget Implementation Act, 2019, No. 1, SC 2019, c 29, https://canlii.ca/t/5430b, s. 301, added to the "Objectives" section at s. 3(1): "(f.1) to maintain, through the establishment of fair and efficient procedures, the integrity of the Canadian immigration system;"

  12. Apr 2021
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  14. Oct 2020
  15. Sep 2020
    1. La Région a dépensé, en 2002, 1 136 euros par élève (1 145 en moyenne en métropole).
    2. Les dépenses de fonctionnement, telles que les chiffrent les tableaux de la DGCL, paraissent moins s’écarter des moyennes nationales : 382 euros en moyenne métropole en 2002, 200 euros pour les Yvelines, 325 pour l'Essonne, 396 pour les Hauts-de-Seine et 393 pour le Val-d'Oise

      Les Yvelines sont bien en dessous

    3. Au niveau national, la dépense d'investissement par élève d'un collège public s’élevait en 2002 à 819 euros, cette dépense variant d'un département à l'autre de 225 à 1730 euros. Dans l'académie, la dépense a été de 931 euros pour les Yvelines, de 746 pour l'Essonne, 1730 pour les Hauts-de-Seine (soit deux fois plus que la moyenne de métropole) et 646 pour le Val-d'Oise

      les hauts de seine ont particulièrement investi semble t'il

  16. Aug 2020
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  19. Aug 2019
    1. Under the Sanders proposal, for example, cost control is secured by a global budget and by imposing Medicare payment rates. Blahous, a former Medicare trustee, estimates that under the Sanders proposal, provider payments would be cut by an estimated 40 percent by usingMedicare payment rates. Using Medicare payment rates throughout the entire American health care economy would hurt patients. Already, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services projects that “nearly half of hospitals, approximately two-thirds of skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), and over 8 percent of home health agencies (HHAs) would have negative total facility margins.”

      The system does not keep a balance between suppliers and consumers. Make up the economy of health care disorders.

  20. Mar 2018
    1. From 2013 to 2017 Wright State’s reserve funds went from around $130 million dollars to less than $20 million: that’s four years over budget at an average of $27.5 million per year.
    2. Dan Slilaty: The University’s Single Reason for Being

  21. Aug 2017
  22. Dec 2015
  23. Dec 2014
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      need details on this "GPS" project with streetlights. What is the breakup of the Rs.5 crore budgeted for this?

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      भांडवली : Capital, involving one-time investment or intake; like infrastructure building; not something periodic like monthly salary.