The personnel, equipment, material s, and services needed to complete task s in a project. [D01697] MSP98
Personnel and equipment available, or potentially available, for assignment to incidents. Resources are described by kind and type, e.g., ground, water, air, etc., and may be used in tactical support or overhead capacities at an incident. SAFETY OFFICER: A member of the Command Staff responsible for monitoring and assessing safety hazards or unsafe situations, and for developing measures for ensuring personnel safety. The Safety Officer may have assistants.
The total means available to a company for increasing production or profit, including plant, labor, and raw material; assets.
Resources are the raw materials people use for building or making things. go back
The means available for use in conducting the planned activities, such as people, objects, and money.
The material, money and, most importantly, the time and talent of people available to a Junior Chamber chapter.
goods (in kind), consumables and services available to achieve an end;128 means available to achieve an end, fulfill a function, etc.129 (Money is used to purchase goods and services rather than being a resource.)
Means available to achieve objectives (e.g. money, staff).
the things that go into the making of goods and services; natural, human, and capital resources
Land, labor, capital, and entrepreneurship used in the production of goods and services. A part of the natural environment that people value, such as soil, oil, iron or water.
Inputs or commodities used production to be transformed into outputs. Resources can be social, political, economic or physical.
The three (or four) basic kinds of resources used to produce goods and services: land or natural resources, human resources (including labor and entrepreneurship), and capital. View Capstone Lesson(s) that address this concept
Discovered and undiscovered deposits of minerals, coal, or oil and gas that are or may become available for use in the future; includes reserves, plus discovered deposits not now commercially or technologically extractable, plus undiscovered deposits that may be inferred to exist. (See also Reserves.)
that part of mineral deposit which has the potential to be exploited
things the computer can use to do your work, such as RAM, hard drive space, video capabilities, etc.
Metal, Mineral and Food.
Sources of wealth
an available supply that can be drawn upon when needed; the collective wealth of a country or its means of producing wealth.
a supply of environmental benefits, like water, or sunlight.
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Liquid and non-liquid assets that clients can convert to meet their immediate needs.
An aspect of the physical environment that people value and use to meet a need for fuel, food, industrial product, or something else of value.
Anything obtained from the living and nonliving environment to meet human needs and wants. Fishery resources are those resources of value to fisheries.
Mental constructs build by the client by way of a guided meditation. The Resources become newly developed neural networks that are used to provide the needs that reactive child parts experienced a lack of and have found themselves stuck in the past because of the lack of having early needs met.
Student financial aid that must be taken into account to prevent over-awarding aid in the campus-based programs. Resources are called “estimated financial assistance” in determining a student's eligibility for federal student loans.
Resources include, but are not limited to, any: (a) funds the student is entitled to receive from a Federal Pell Grant; (b) waiver of tuition and fees; grants, including FSEOG and ROTC subsistence allowances; (d) scholarships, including athletic and ROTC scholarships; (e) need-based fellowships or assistantships; (f) insurance programs for the students education; (g) long term loans made by the institution, including Federal Perkins and Direct Loans; (h) earnings from need-based employment; (i) veterans benefits; and (j) any portion of other long term loans, including Stafford (GSL) Loans, FPLUS, Direct PLUS, state-sponsored, or private loans, not used as a substitute for the EFC.
The amount of student financial aid the student may expect from federal, state, school, or other sources. The school must consider this available assistance to determine eligibility for campus-based funds.
Other student aid that must be taken into account to prevent an overaward in the campus-based programs, as defined in the regulations for the campus-based programs.
Anything an SSI recipient owns, such as a bank account, stocks, business assets, real property or personal property that can be used for support and maintenance. Certain resources are not counted when SSI eligibility is determined. Generally, a single individual is restricted to $2,000 in resources; a married couple, $3,000.
assets or possessions which an individual owns. Examples of resources are cash, bank accounts, stocks, bonds, vehicles, or real estate.
Sometimes referred to as assets, resources are items of economic value that are not income. Resources include financial instruments such as savings accounts and certificates of deposit, personal property such as an automobile (above a specified value), and real estate (other than an individualâ€(tm)s home). Some Medicaid eligibility groups must meet a resource test; others (at state option) are not subject to a resource test. In establishing a resource test, a state Medicaid program must specify both the resource standard (e.g., the amount of countable resources an individual may retain) and the resource methodology (e.g., which resources are counted and how are they valued).
(as it relates to SSI) - Anything that is owned, such as a bank account, stocks, business assets, real property, or personal property that beneficiaries can use for support and maintenance. All resources may not count when determining SSI eligibility.
Organizations, People or Computer systems carrying out the activities.
People and budget needed to perform the data warehouse tasks
The people, finances, physical and information resources required to perform the project activities.