Service Provision

Some articles on service provision, services, provision:

Edinburgh To Dunblane Line - Service Provision - Provided By First ScotRail (from 2005)
... The services on this line are run by First ScotRail ... The vast majority of services are worked by Class 158 and Class 170 DMUs, with some services being provided by Class 156 ...
Interaction of Moral Suasion With Other Policy Instruments - Service Provision
... The threat of direct government provision of goods and services in a sector that is deemed under-serviced can be a powerful motivator for private companies to modify their behaviour in order to prevent the ...
Residency (medicine) - United Kingdom
... or Surgery, doctors undergo a compulsory subspecialty training (whilst maintaining service provision in the main specialty), and starting at ST3 grade ... This generally includes service provision in the main specialty this discrepancy lies in the competing demands of NHS service provision and UK postgraduate training ...
Water Supply And Sanitation In Venezuela - History and Recent Developments - First Phase of Decentralization (1991-2001)
... the Presidency of Carlos Andrés Pérez the intent was to decentralize service provision to the municipalities that already had the legal responsibility for service provision ... of capacity and resources of most municipalities, service provision in 20 out of the 23 states was temporarily entrusted to the ten regional water companies under the holding company HIDROVEN (see above) ... In the remaining three states services were provided by the Corporación Venezolana de Guayana (CVG).The Pérez government also launched a bid for a private concession for the water and ...

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