Reports a bank deposit. Details reported include contributors' names, addresses, occupations and employers, as well as amounts given. Contribution reports are required to be filed electronically. You may request a hardship exemption if you are unable to file electronically. Email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lobbyists must register before doing any lobbying or within thirty days of being employed to lobby, whichever occurs first. Amendments to registrations must be filed within one week of the change that prompts the amendment. Registrations expire at the start of every odd-numbered year, unless the lobbyist or employer terminates before then.
Monthly report that discloses a lobbyist's compensation and other lobbying expenditures. A registered lobbyist is required to file a monthly report, regardless of whether lobbying occurred. RCW 42.17A.615*
At the end of a calendar quarter during which an agency's in-person lobbying activities exceeds 4 days or parts of 4 days. File no later than the last day of the following month. An agency that contracts for lobbying services must file the quarterly report.
If you have already installed and configured EC2Launch on an instance, make a backup of the EC2Launch configuration file. The installation process does not preserve changes in this file. By default, the file is located in the C:\ProgramData\Amazon\EC2-Windows\Launch\Config directory.
You can file Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization with other forms at the same time. This is called concurrent filing. In other instances, you may need to wait to file Form I-765 at a later time. For example, you would need to wait 150 days after filing for asylum if your asylum application remains pending. Always thoroughly read the instructions related to the benefit for which you are applying to determine whether you may need to wait before you can file for an Employment Authorization Document (EAD).
If you are filing Form I-765 with another form, file both forms (with all the required filing fees and supporting documents) at the location specified by the other form (see below). For example, if you are filing Form I-765 together with Form I-539, Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status, file both forms according to the Form I-539 instructions.
The MAH may subcontract certain activities of the pharmacovigilance system to third parties. It shall nevertheless retain full responsibility for the completeness and accuracy of the pharmacovigilance system master file (PSMF).
When delegating any activities concerning the pharmacovigilance system and its master file, the MAH retains ultimate responsibility for the pharmacovigilance system, submission of information about the PSMF location, maintenance of the PSMF and its provision to competent authorities upon request. Detailed written agreements describing the roles and responsibilities for PSMF content, submissions and management, as well as to govern the conduct of pharmacovigilance in accordance with the legal requirements, should be in place.
The NVIDIA DDS plug-in supports the DXTC texture compression format and allows you to open and save .dds files in RGB format. It reads and writes .dds files in compressed or uncompressed forms, provides support for per-MIP color fading, MIP-corrected normal mapping, and more.
A host profile defines the settings that the Velocity Client should use when it attempts to initiate a connection with a specific host. The host profile may include the emulation type, IP address of the host, or other settings. You may configure an unlimited number of host profiles from the device or through Ivanti Avalanche. Only one host profile is allowed per project using Velocity Console, and a host profile is required to deploy a project.
When a device user attempts to initiate a session with a host, the Velocity Client displays a list of available host profiles. The user selects the host he wants to connect to, and the Velocity Client uses the host profile settings to connect to the host.
Depending on the emulation type, different options are available when configuring a host profile from the Velocity Console. Likewise, some settings may not be present on the Velocity Client. To view the settings available from Android devices, see the Velocity Client User Guide. The following options are available when you configure a host profile in Velocity Console:
Forces this host session to automatically launch when the Velocity client is opened. You can set this option for multiple host profiles, but the Velocity client will only launch sessions for the first four hosts listed alphabetically.
The public key needed to verify the trusted host. Whereas device users can manually verify the trusted host, using this field is more secure. By entering a known host public key, this automatically stores the key information on the device when the profile is deployed to a device.
The options for English USA and Spanish Mexico are both bolded in this drop-down menu. This means the associated language files are included with the Speakeasy .apk and require no additional files when deploying to a project.
Updates are added to the incremental_updates/ directory immediately, thencombined into a single tar-file at the start of each month or when necessary toincorporate an important update. Therefore users generally only need to downloadand install the latest tar-file.
To test, run the following wget download command in your terminal and see if it successfully downloaded the README text file located at the root of the LAADS archive. See also LAADS documentation on how to use wget
L2 products involve retrieving specific geophysical parameters throughapplied algorithms. For instance, geophysical retrieval algorithmsare used to derive the L2 MODIS atmosphere products, which includeaerosol, cloud mask, atmospheric profiles, cloud, and precipitablewater. L2 gridded (L2G) products are derived from L2 data and storedin a uniform gridded system that forms the basis for the tiled MODISland products. L3 processing produces Earth-gridded and averagedgeophysical parameter data that are mapped as space-time composites.L4 MODIS processing relates to model output or results of analysisfrom lower-level data (for instance, the MODIS land Gross PrimaryProductivity). See definitions of thedifferent data processing levels.
All land and atmosphere products are derived from L1B calibratedradiances (MODIS at 250 m, 500 m or 1 km resolution and VIIRS at 375m or 750 m) using L1 geolocation and the (MODIS/VIIRS) cloud mask.These products all span the same 5-minute orbital granules as the L2products. Users may also need the 1 km geolocation files (e.g., incase of MODIS MOD03/MYD03) in conjunction with the L2 products.
Science algorithms that produce different data products improve andevolve over time in response to a number of factors. They mayinclude better quality data inputs, improvements in geometry,radiometric calibration, and an improved understanding, and thereforecharacterization of the problem algorithm itself. Ever since thefirst version of MODIS products was produced, they were reprocessedin their entirety roughly every two years using the best set ofscience algorithms available for each product. Each processing run,called a collection, is assigned a new version number.Currently, Collection-6 (C6) is the latest version of MODISatmosphere and land products. Collection number is formally definedas a 3-digit identifier that is included as part of the HDF filename.Previous collections include 001, 003, 004, and 005. Interimcollections (for instance, 041, 051) exist as well to facilitateprocessing intermediate product versions (to address immediatecorrections and adjustments) between main collections. For instance,certain MODIS atmosphere products were processed and released as C51,and C6 versions of these products will eventually supersede andreplace them after an overlap period.
The MODIS Atmosphereproducts Web site provides a wealth of information on the completeproducts portfolio. It offers product guides, product changesummaries for C6, file specifications, and a host of other relatedinformation. It also provides a detailed atmosphere productavailability calendar for available collections on a monthly basis.
First, you must decide whether global L3 summaries at 1-degreeresolution will meet your needs. If so, you will find all MODISAtmosphere parameters together in daily (MOD08_D3/MYD08_D3), 8-day(MOD08_E3/MYD08_E3) or monthly (MOD08_M3/MYD08_M3) product files.However, you do have the option of ordering (via LAADS Web) a subsetof one of these files containing only the parameters you select. Ifyou decide to order L2 atmosphere products, please consult additionalinformation on each product in the MODIS Atmosphere site. The Algorithm Theoretical Basis Documents(ATBD), QA Plan, Validation Plan, and User Guides (for Cloud OpticalProperties and Cloud Mask) are available from the reference page onthe MODIS Atmosphere site.
MODIS product file names contain the product ID, a date/time ID(usually the beginning of data acquisition), a collection ID, andfinally a processing date/time stamp, and they follow specific namingconventions for swath and tiled products.
The basic VIIRS file naming convention consists of an ~80 charactertitle, comprised of Data Product ID, Spacecraft ID, Data Start Date,Data Start Time, Data Stop Time, Orbit Number, Creation Date, Origin,Domain Description, and the Extension. However, higher-level (L2Gand L3) VIIRS product file names are similar to MODIS product filenames. So, for a detailed description of L0 and L1 VIIRS data filenaming convention check the Common Data FormatControl Book; consult the MODIS land product's file namingconvention for L2 and L3 VIIRS products. 2b1af7f3a8