- (e) Staggered delivery related to insufficient storage space;
- (g) Implementation strategy (for example, rapid versus phased or staggered implementation over a longer period);
- A common technique is the use of payment milestones, which allows staggered payments after major contractual milestones have been completed.
- The Administrator explained that staff reductions in Africa had been staggered to avoid serious disruption in country office operations.
- On the issue of the appropriate time to withdraw United Nations forces after the cessation of conflict, it is our view that such withdrawal should be gradual and staggered.
- This included the drafting of a local elections law, the conduct of low-tech but sustainable voter registration, and holding of local elections in staggered phases from late 2004 to September 2005.
- The Deputy High Commissioner believed that the Office could maintain financial stability in 2005 thanks to the measures taken to cap, cut, prioritize and stagger disbursement of spending authority, but appealed for extraordinary end-of-year contributions.
- The Working Group had agreed that dispute tribunal and appeals tribunal judges should be elected by the General Assembly and that the election of judges should be staggered so as to ensure a partial periodic renewal of the composition of each tribunal.
- At the same time, he added, it should be recognized that delays in solving certain issues in the identification operation and the staggered opening of the appeals centres, compounded by difficulties in meeting the staffing requirements, had affected parts of the timetable for the referendum process.