The diversity of experiences across Africa, Latin America, and the rest
of the world notwithstanding, there are some commonality of lessons
that help translate them into findings that can aid countries that have
not as yet had the same experiences. These commonalties of experiences
within very different countries are important, whether the experience
relates to the autonomy of decisionmaking, to decentralization, or to
private sector participation.
The need for, and methods to conduct, media sanitization should be identified and developed
before arriving at the system disposal phase in the system life cycle. At the start of system
development, when the initial system security plan is developed (see NIST SP 800-18,
Revision 1, Guide for Developing Security Plans for Information Technology Systems), media
sanitization controls are developed, documented, and deployed. One of the key decisions that
will affect the ability to conduct sanitization is choosing what media are going to be used with
The Group assesses the recoverability of deferred tax assets based on estimates of future
earnings.The ability to recover these taxes depends ultimately on the Group’s ability to
generate taxable earnings over the period for which the deferred tax assets remain
deductible.This analysis is based on the estimated schedule for reversing deferred tax
liabilities, as well as estimates of taxable earnings, which are sourced from internal projections
and are continuously updated to reflect the latest trends.
Moisture deficiencies occurring early in the crop cycle
may delay the maturity season and reduce yields.
Shortages later in the season often lower quality, as
well as yields. However, irrigation surplus, especially
late in the season, can reduce both the quality and the
post-harvest life of the crop.
Uneven or surplus irrigation, above the amount
required to replace evapotranspiration, causes nitrate
leaching below the root system and the ability of
the crop to recover from the nitrogen deficiency
The second phase in the development of an effective regional partnership involves moving toward a shared
strategic framework—a shared mental model—of the opportunities ahead. This phase involves exploring
where the region’s most promising economic opportunities lie.
The third phase of development for a leadership team tests the team’s ability to make strategic decisions
together. At this stage they must effectively answer “the How” question (“How do we decide among
competing alternatives for investment?”).