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Ford Everest: 10 Seater Vehicle
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Ford Everest: 10 Seater Vehicle Vehicle Summary Features and Benefits • A superior 10 seater off-road SUV developed in conjunc on with interna onal aid and development organiza ons • Customizable haulage applica on and equipment to suit your exac ng needs • Uprated brake and suspension package to reduce maintenance cost and vehicle down me Sea ng capacity up to 10 passengers including the driver Ford Qualified Vehicle Modifier cer fied program Improved safety and reliability Sea ng capacity easily re-configured for the larger cargo space when required High ground clearance to minimize damage to the vehicle undercarriage Enhanced handling suspension package to reduce body roll and provide superior on and off road handling and ride comfort* Enhanced fuel filter kit adding performance and protec on against poor quality fuel and impuri es Upgraded brake package: front disc rotors improving brake cooling and brake pad durability - The company reserves the right to change the vehicle specifica ons and features described in this publica on at any me - Vehicle specifica ons and features may vary in different markets - Images are for illustra ve purposes only and may appear different to the actual vehicle Version RC1.0_12042011 Product Fact Sheet Ford Everest: 10 Seater vehicle 178.8 cm 286 cm 506.2 cm Vehicle Detail Manufacturer Model Engine Type Engine Capacity/ Power [kW] Induc on Drivetrain Transmission Torque [Nm]...

Information Security Risk Assessment - US Government ...

United States General Accounting Office Managing the security risks associated with our government’s growing reliance on information technology is a continuing challenge. In particular, federal agencies, like many private organizations, have struggled to find efficient ways to ensure that they fully understand the information security risks affecting their operations and implement appropriate controls to mitigate these risks. This guide is intended to help federal managers implement an ongoing information security risk assessment process by providing examples, or case studies, of practical risk assessment procedures that have been successfully adopted by four organizations known for their efforts to implement good risk assessment practices. More importantly, it identifies, based on the case studies, factors that are important to the success of any risk assessment program, regardless of the specific methodology employed. The information provided in this document supplements guidance provided in our May 1998 executive guide Information Security Management: Learning From Leading Organizations (GAO/AIMD-98-68). In that guide, we outlined five major elements of risk management and 16 related information security management practices that GAO identified during a study of organizations with superior information security programs. One of the five elements identified encompasses assessing risk and determining riskreduction needs. This guide is one of a series of GAO publications, listed in appendix I, that are intended to define actions federal officials can take to better manage their information resources. Contributors to this supplementary guide include Jean Boltz, Ernest Döring, and Michael GilmoreThe federal government is increasingly reliant on automated and interconnected systems to perform functions essential to the national welfare, such as national defense, federal payments, and tax collection. The benefits of such activities include improved government information processing and communication. However, the factors that benefit government operations—speed of processing and access to information—also increase the risks of computer intrusion, fraud, and disruption. Information systems have long been at some risk from malicious actions or inadvertent user errors and from natural and man-made disasters. In recent years, systems have become more susceptible to these threats because computers have become more interconnected and, thus, more interdependent and accessible to a larger number of individuals. In addition, the number of individuals with computer skills is increasing, and intrusion, or “hacking,” techniques are becoming more widely known via the Internet and other media. Numerous government reports published over the last few years indicate that federal automated operations and electronic data are inadequately protected against these risks. These reports show that poor security program management is one of the major underlying problems. A principal challenge many agencies face is in identifying and ranking the information security risks to their operations, which is the first step in developing and managing an effective security program. Taking this step helps ensure that organizations identify the most significant risks and determine what actions are appropriate to mitigate them. Federal Guidance The Office of Management and Budget (OMB), as part of Circular A-130, Appendix III, “Security of Federal Automated Information Resources,” requires federal agencies to consider risk when deciding what security controls to implement. It states that a riskbased approach is required to determine adequate security, and it encourages agencies to consider major risk factors, such as the value of the system or application, threats, vulnerabilities, and the effectiveness of current or proposed safeguards. The OMB Director reiterated these responsibilities on June 23, 1999, when he issued Memorandum “Security of Federal Automated Information Resources,” reminding federal agencies that they must continually assess the risk to their computer systems and maintain adequate security commensurate with that risk. This memorandum was issued in response to a spate of intentional disruptions of government web sites...

Solicitud de Empleo - Comision Apelativa

CASP-SE-001 (Revisado-mayo-2013) Solicitud de Empleo Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico Comisión Apelativa del Servicio Público La justicia es la constante y perpetua voluntad de dar a cada uno su derecho -Ulpiano Somos un Patrono con Igualdad de Oportunidades de Empleo que además ha adoptado un Plan de Acción Afirmativa cuyo objetivo es el asegurar las representaciones equitativas de mujeres, personas impedidas y veteranos (as) cualificadas. Conforme a la Ley estatal y federal esta agencia no discrimina por condición de raza, color, religión, afiliación política, sexo, orientación sexual, origen nacional, edad, estado civil, impedimento físico o mental, veterano u otra condición protegida por ley. LEA CUIDADOSAMENTE Y COMPLETE ESTA SOLICITUD EN LETRA DE MOLDE. ESCRIBA A MÁQUINA O TINTA Y ASEGURESE QUE TODOS LOS APARTADOS HAN SIDO COMPLETADOS Y QUE HA FIRMADO LA MISMA. TODO CANDIDATO A EMPLEO DEBE SER MAYOR DE 18 AÑOS Y SER ELEGIBLE PARA TRABAJAR SEGÚN DISPONEN LAS LEYES DE EMPLEO EN PUERTO RICO. Los ciudadanos americanos naturalizados deben mostrar el certificado de naturalización; extranjeros legalmente autorizados a trabajar en los E. U. deben presentar documento vigente de autorización para empleo. Para reclamar preferencia de veterano, debe solicitar el Anejo 1 cumplimentarlo y someter certificado de licenciamiento. No está obligado a informar que es persona con impedimento pero tiene el derecho de hacerlo a los efectos de que se le considere para los beneficios que confiere la Ley 81 del 27 de julio del 1996. Ley de Igualdad de Oportunidades de Empleo para personas con impedimentos. En tal caso debe completar el Anejo 2. 12. ¿Participa de algún programa de asistencia económica? 13. Tipo de nombramiento que aceptaría No está obligado a informar que es beneficiario de algún programa de asistencia nutricional pero tiene el derecho de hacerlo a los efectos de que se le considere para los beneficios que confiere la Ley Núm. 1 del 7 de enero de 2004. En tal caso debe completar Toda solicitud de empleo debe estar acompañada de copias de transcripciones de créditos y certificaciones de grados obtenidos y certificaciones de cursos o adiestramientos relacionados con el puesto solicitado. Para poder considerar la experiencia obtenida en empleos anteriores las certificaciones de empleos deben indicar lo siguiente: 1. Posición ocupada por el solicitante 2. Sueldo semanal, mensual o por hora si se trata de empleo a tiempo completo o a jornada parcial. 3. fechas exactas en que adquirió la experiencia y cantidad de horas trabajadas si es empleo a jornada parcial. 4. Descripción de los deberes y naturaleza del trabajo De acuerdo con la Ley Núm. 254 del 31 de agosto de 2000 deberá presentar una Certificación de Radicación de Planillas de Contribución sobre Ingresos (Modelo SC-6088) emitida por el Departamento de Hacienda durante los cuatro (4) años previos a la solicitud de empleo. De no haber estado obligado a rendir las mismas deberá presentar una Certificación de Razones (Modelo SC 2781) emitida por dicho Departamento. Además debe incluir: Certificación de Deuda de Hacienda, Certificación de Deuda del CRIM, Certificación de Deuda de ASUME y Certificado de Antecedentes Penales...

La solicitud de empleo - Mass.Gov
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Promocione sus capacidades por escritoLa solicitud de empleo Selling Yourself on Paper-The Job Application Todos los puestos no requieren siempre rellenar una solicitud de empleo. Sin embargo, este formulario estándar es tan importante como su curriculum (resume) o carta de presentación para obtener una entrevista. Así pues, ¿cómo rellenarla eficazmente? ¿Puede Ud. describir claramente sus capacidades y logros en un formato dado y en tiempo limitado? ➜ Imprima o escriba claramente para facilitar la lectura. Utilice un bolígrafo fiable azul o negro (si es posible, mecanografíelo). Lleve un bolígrafo con borrador de tinta o líquido corrector por si comete errores. Estas son algunas de las preguntas a las que deberá responder conforme avanza en el camino hacia un nuevo empleo. Esta hoja informativa perfilará algunos consejos vitales para rellenar estas solicitudes, que le ayudarán a demostrar al empleador que ¡Ud. es la persona adecuada para el trabajo! ➜ No deje espacios en blanco. Escriba “not applicable” o does not apply” (no procede) cuando la información solicitada no sea relevante para usted. Cómo captar el interés del empleador Muchos empleadores utilizan los formularios de solicitud porque resultan convenientes, ya que disponen la información en un formato estándar que puede ser rápidamente examinado por el entrevistador. Por lo tanto, aténgase a los requisitos de la compañía y vaya preparado. Reúna, antes de solicitar el puesto, los datos, las fechas y las referencias que necesite para rellenar correctamente el formulario. Cómo rellenar el formulario La solicitud de empleo es tan importante como el curriculum (resume) para conseguir una entrevista. ¡Que sea eficaz! He aquí algunos consejos útiles para rellenar correctamente el formulario antes de solicitar un empleo: ➜ Lea el formulario atentamente antes y después de rellenarlo. Es esencial seguir las instrucciones para rellenar correctamente la solicitud de empleo. ➜ Solicite dos copias. Necesitará una copia extra de borrador. Llévese un curriculum y una lista de referencias; éstas le ayudarán a rellenar la información esencial de forma completa y correcta. ➜ Preste atención a la ortografía, la gramática y la puntuación. ➜ Dé referencias fiables. Asegúrese de obtener la autorización de estas personas antes de listar sus nombres como referencia. ➜ Firme y ponga la fecha en la solicitud. ➜ Pida que alguien (preferiblemente, a la persona que le entregó el formulario) le explique las abreviaciones y los términos que no entienda. ➜ Asegúrese que toda la información es correcta. Verifique la exactitud de las fechas de empleo, números de teléfono y direcciones...

informe sobre la obligación de presentar el modelo 720 de ...

MINISTERIO DE HACIENDA Y ADMINISTRACIONES PÚBLICAS En el escrito de petición de informe se solicita criterio acerca de la obligación de presentar la declaración informativa sobre bienes y derechos situados en el extranjero a que se refiere la disposición adicional decimoctava de la Ley 58/2003, de 17 de diciembre, General Tributaria (BOE de 18 de diciembre), en adelante LGT por parte de personas físicas que tuviesen su residencia habitual en el extranjero por alguna de las circunstancias previstas en el artículo 10 de la Ley 35/2006, de 28 de noviembre, del Impuesto sobre la Renta de las Personas Físicas y de modificación parcial de las leyes de los Impuestos sobre Sociedades, sobre la Renta de no Residentes y sobre el Patrimonio (BOE de 29 de noviembre), -en lo sucesivo LIRPF-, así como por parte de los miembros de organismos que, en virtud de sus estatutos, estén obligados a cumplir con sus obligaciones tributarias de imposición directa en España. Al respecto procede señalar que la regulación de la declaración informativa sobre bienes y derechos situados en el extranjero a que se refiere la disposición adicional decimoctava de la LGT se desarrolla en los artículos 42 bis (obligación de informar acerca de cuentas en entidades financieras situadas en el extranjero), 42 ter (obligación de información sobre valores, derechos, seguros y rentas depositados, gestionados u obtenidas en el extranjero) y 54 bis (obligación de informar sobre bienes inmuebles y derechos sobre bienes inmuebles situados en el extranjero) del Reglamento General de las actuaciones y los procedimientos de gestión e inspección tributaria y de desarrollo de las normas comunes de los procedimientos de aplicación de los tributos, aprobado por el Real Decreto 1065/2007, de 27 de julio (BOE de 5 de septiembre). Esta regulación se completa con la Orden HAP/72/2013, de 30 de enero, por la que se aprueba el modelo 720, declaración informativa sobre bienes y derechos situados en el extranjero, a que se refiere la disposición adicional decimoctava de la Ley 58/2003, de 17 de diciembre, General Tributaria y se determinan el lugar, forma, plazo y el procedimiento para su presentación (BOE de 31 de enero). En concreto, en el preámbulo de la citada Orden HAP/72/2013 se señala que: «…la Ley 35/2006, de 28 de noviembre, del Impuesto sobre la Renta de las Personas Físicas y de modificación parcial de las leyes de los Impuestos sobre Sociedades, sobre la Renta de no Residentes y sobre el Patrimonio y el texto refundido de la Ley del Impuesto sobre Sociedades, aprobado por el Real Decreto Legislativo 4/2004, de 5 de marzo, han regulado consecuencias específicas para los contribuyentes obligados a tributar por dichos impuestos por la integridad de su renta, por lo que, claramente, la totalidad de dichos sujetos resulta también obligada a cumplimentar la nueva declaración informativa.»...

Informe de labores 2012 - SRI
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Informe de Gestión Primer Trimestre El Servicio de Rentas Internas (SRI) pone a consideración de la ciudadanía en general, el Reporte Anual de Gestión 2012 que sintetiza en su contenido los logros y metas alcanzadas por la Institución durante este período. La Administración Tributaria alcanzó importantes logros especialmente en tema de recaudación neta. De enero a diciembre del 2012 ingresaron al fisco: US$ 11.263,9 millones de dólares, con un crecimiento nominal del 17,8% frente al año 2011. El monto recaudado constituyó aporte adicional significativo para el Presupuesto General del Estado, en más de US$ 700 millones, con un cumplimiento de 106,7% frente a la meta propuesta para ese año. El gran desafío de esta Administración es dejar un legado que recopile nuestras mejores prácticas y de otras administraciones tributarias, buscando la construcción colectiva de un modelo organizacional que sea eficiente, eficaz, que actúe con celeridad, oportunidad que sirva a la ciudadanía, que controle la contribución tributaria y que profundice el respeto y credibilidad de la ciudadanía. Para evidencia de este compromiso, es la reconversión del modelo de gestión a partir de la concepción de lo que hemos llamado: MIGERP, Modelo Integral de Gestión Estructural de Riesgos por Procesos, este modelo tiene integridad e integralidad, un modelo en el que todos estemos comprometidos con la excelencia total de la gestión institucional, Quien no construye el futuro, no tiene derecho a cuestionar el pasado, nosotros estamos construyendo el futuro...

BUSHNELL TECH TALK - Walnut Creek Archery

BUSHNELL TECH TALK Riflescopes A riflescope indicates a bullet’s point of impact and makes distant targets and surrounding objects appear closer. A riflescope is recommended for safer, more accurate shooting in the field and on the range. Diagram of a riflescope Coated Optics Coatings on lens surfaces reduce light loss and glare due to reflection for a brighter, higher-contrast image with reduced eyestrain. Bushnell® riflescopes are coated with a microscopic film of magnesium fluoride. More coatings lead to better light transmission. Types of Coating Coated – A single layer on at least one lens surface. Fully Coated – A single layer on all air-to-glass surfaces. Multi-Coated – Multiple layers on at least one lens surface. Fully Multi-Coated – Multiple layers on all air-to-glass surfaces. Exit Pupil The size of the column of light that leaves the eyepiece of a scope. The larger the exit pupil, the brighter the image. To determine the size, divide the objective lens diameter by the power (a 4x32 model has an exit pupil of 8mm). Eye Relief The distance a scope can be held away from the eye and still present the full field-of-view. Bushnell riflescopes provide an extra margin of comfort and recoil safety with extended eye relief and soft neoprene eyepiece guards. Field-of-View (F.O.V.) The side-to-side measurement of the circular viewing field or subject area. It is defined by the width in feet or meters of the area visible at 100 yards or meters. A wide field-of-view makes it easier to spot game and track moving targets. Generally,the higher the magnification, the narrower the field-of-view. FireFly™ Glowing Reticle Technology Developed by Bushnell® engineers for the lowest-light hunting situations, the patented FireFly™ reticle illuminates the crosshairs after only a quick 10-second flashlight charge. Unlike battery-powered reticles, which often fail at the absolute worst times, the FireFly will glow green and you’ll see your crosshairs against your quarry. Featured on select Elite 3200 riflescopes. Magnification (Power) Riflescopes are often referred to by two numbers separated by an "x". For example: 4x32. The first number is the power or magnification of the scope. With a "4x", the object being viewed appears to be four times closer than when seen with the unaided eye. Objective Lens Size The second number in the formula (4x32) is the diameter of the objective or front lens in millimeters. The larger the objective lens, the more light that enters the scope, and the brighter the image. Ocular Lens The lens closest to your eye. Parallax A condition that occurs when the image of the target is not focused precisely on the reticle plane. Parallax is visible as an apparent movement between the reticle and the target when the shooter moves their head or, in extreme cases, as an outof-focus image. Bushnell center fire riflescopes under 11x are factory-set parallax-free at 100 yards; rim fire and shotgun scopes at 50 yards. Scopes of 11x or more have an adjustable objective to adjust for parallax. Precision Adjustments The windage and elevation adjustments affect accuracy. Windage is the horizontal (left-to-right) adjustment, usually the side turret of the scope. Elevation is the vertical (up-and-down) adjustment, usually the top turret of the scope. Bushnell scopes feature 1/4 M.O.A. (1/4" at 1 windage 00 yards) or finerand elevation adjustments with audible clicks for greater precision. RainGuard® HD Bushnell's permanent, patented, hydrophobic (water-repellant) lens coating prevents fogging by causing condensation from rain, sleet, snow or even your own breath to bead up into much smaller droplets than on standard coatings. Smaller droplets scatter less light which results in a clearer, brighter view. Now the hunter won't miss the shot of a lifetime because of rain or accidentally breathing on his eyepiece...

Cutting Heads & Blades Selection Chart

Cutting Heads & Blades Selection Chart Trimmer Line Diameters Head/Blade Type STIHL SuperCutTM head: Part Number Standard Optional NOTE: Barrier bar and large deflector must be attached when using a metal blade with loop (R) handle trimmer. Scratcher ⅷ Approved for use with designated unit as originally equipped. ** When using Grass-4 and Grass-8 metal cutting blades with FS 56 C-E, trimmer must be equipped with deflector (4144 710 8119). Not necessary for FS 55. Ⅵ Approved for use with loop handle (R) only if equipped with barrier bar (4130 791 4400) deflector kit (4119 007 1013) and a single or double shoulder harness. ᮢ Approved for use with bike handle, double harness and limit stop. Circular saw blade, chisel tooth: Note: Numbers with “mm” show arbor size. Consult your instruction manual or your authorized STIHL dealer for approved cutting head/deflector combinations. Brush Knife * Trimmers equipped with loop handles. For models which are/were available with optional handles, “R” denotes loop handle version. IMPORTANT INFORMATION WARNING: Improper use of any brushcutter/ trimmer can cause serious or fatal injury. Read, understand and follow all safety instructions in your instruction manual. To reduce the risk of injury from blade contact, circular saw blades may be used on FS brushcutters that have a bicycle handle and double shoulder harness and not on FS brushcutters with a “J” handle or loop handle (R). Other rigid blades may be used on FS brushcutters having a bicycle handle, a “J” handle, or a loop handle equipped with a barrier bar. To reduce the risk of eye injury, always wear proper eye protection. Always use the appropriate deflector for the type of cutting attachment, as explained in your instruction manual...

Trail of Tears Tennessee Map and Guide - National Park Service

The Tennessee Trail of Tears story is one of removal camps and detachment routes. Cherokee driven from their homes in Georgia and North Carolina arrived in Tennessee, where they waited to be organized into “detachments” to take them to Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma), a home they never wanted.Even so, Tennessee’s legacy today remains rich in Cherokee culture.At the time the Treaty of New Echota was signed,southeast Tennessee was not only the location of the seat of the Cherokee government in Red Clay,but also the home of about 2,500 Cherokee.Prominent leaders Hair Principal Chief John Ross Conrad, James Brown, 1828-1866 Jesse Bushyhead, Lewis Ross, and Principal Chief John Ross all had homes in Tennessee. They lived in communities scattered across the hills and valleys and along the rivers and creeks. Most Cherokee farmed the fertile soils. Some owned prosperous plantations, stores, taverns, and ferries. Throughout the years, several mission schools, such as Brainerd, near Chattanooga,provided a place for Cherokee children to learn to read and write in English and to attend Christian church services. In many respects, Cherokee Tennessee Trail of Tears The “Sun Circle” at Ross’s Landing, Chattanooga Artwork by Harry Fenn The circular Cherokee design to the left symbolizes the holy sun in the form of sacred fire sent by the Creator. The central cross depicts the four logs that keep the sacred fire alive. It is said that the Cherokee will survive as long as the sacred fire burns. Ferry at Chattanooga In 1816, brothers John and Lewis Ross established the settlement of Ross’s Landing. It consisted of a ferry,warehouse, and ferry landing site We are now about to take our final leave and kind farewell to our native land the country that the Great Spirit gave our Fathers, we are on the eve of leaving that Country that gave us birth. t is the land of our fathers…our sons,and it is (with sorrow) that we are forced by the authority of the white man to quit the scenes of our childhood, but stern necessity says we must go, and we bid a final farewell to it and all we hold dear East of the Father of Waters, the Majestic Mississippi -Letter by George Hicks Dated November 4,1838 to John Ross Traveling through Tennessee The detachment of the people are very loth [sic] to go on, and unusually slow in preparing for starting each morning. I am not surprised at this because they are moving not from choice to an unknown region not desired by them...

A breath of fresh air for Qatar's FIFA World Cup - PVC

SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION A breath of fresh air for Qatar’s FIFA World Cup Arup Associates’ showcase stadium for the 2022 FIFA World Cup is the world’s most sustainable football arena.It runs on solar power while protecting spectators from the strong summer heat, and was even nominated for the 2012 WAN Awards.Set to take place in 2022, Qatar’s first world football cup is a challenge in many respects. First, outside temperatures of over 50°C are unbearable even for the World’s football elite.Then, the country’s ambition to organize the greenest World Cup ever is a tall order in a region where water scarcity and the seemingly unavoidable use of air conditioned are likely to result in enormous carbon footprint.The 2022 Showcase consists of two semi-circular structures, one slightly smaller than the other, which can either provide a fully closed stadium or a semi-open structure. The smallest dome can indeed rotate underneath the largest one to allow for natural wind cooling. The roof is made up of hundreds of panels that can be adjusted to protect players and guests from strong winds or the sun. But that was before Arup Associates presented its 500-seat showcase stadium as part of the Qatar 2022 World Cup bid.Acknowledged as the world’s most sustainable stadium, the masterpiece is a small version of Qatar’s future main stadium. It stands as proof that even the harshest summer climate cannot prevent Doha from hosting the event, and was even nominated for World Architecture News’ 2012 Engineering Award.The stadium uses state of the art climate control techniques and technology to deliver a carbon neutral venue. Alongside photovoltaic cells and solar collection to power the artificial climate control, the stadium uses the newly developed Ferrari Low Emission PVC fabric. Covered on one side with a low emission coating and oloured with an aluminium pigment, the fabric is designed to control solar gain and light transmission by reflecting the majority of solar rays away from the stadium. SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION Other features include cross breezes and under-seat cooling, which were preferred to blasting air conditioning throughout the stadium complex. Photovoltaic solar panels capture energy from the sun and store it on site when the arena is not being used, while biofuel provides for the additional energy usage when the stadium is in use. Such innovative and sustainable design was paramount in the stadium’s adoption by Qatari authorities. Not only from an architectural point of view, but also for the message it delivers to the world...

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