This Recommendation provides cryptographic key management guidance. It consists of three parts. Part 1 provides general guidance and best practices for the management of cryptographic keying material. Part 2 provides guidance on policy and security planning requirements for U.S. government agencies. Finally, Part 3 provides guidance when using the cryptographic features of current systems.
Welcome to part two of our free online course to help you learn LaTeX. This part builds on part one, so if you have never used LaTeX before, you may want to start by working through the LaTeX fundamentals in part one.
In this part, we'll show you how to include figures, tables and bibliographies in your documents. The slides include interactive exercises for you to complete on Overleaf, so you don't have to worry about installing LaTeX on your computer. In particular, this part of the course covers:
The purpose of New York State (NYS) Prescription Drug Overdose (PDO) Prevention Program is to advance and evaluate comprehensive state-level interventions for preventing prescription drug overuse, misuse, abuse, and overdose. Effective July 22, 2016, Public Health Law Article 33 3309-a was updated to require prescribers with a Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) number and medical residents prescribing under a facility DEA number to complete a minimum of a 3-hours of course work or training in pain management, palliative care and addiction. Included in the PDO Prevention Program objectives, is an educational component for provider. The education outreach program will focus on updating providers on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Guidelines for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain- United States, 2016 and the topics included in the educational mandate. You must complete both part I and part II of the Opioid Prescriber Training Program located on the right bar under home study programs, in order to meet the mandated legislation. Part I and part II of the program will provide 2.0 hours of CME (each) at no cost to the provider.
The program is supported by the Cooperative Agreement 1 NU17CE002742-01, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and by the New York State Department of Health. The contents are solely the responsibility of the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Department of Health and Human Services.
The University at Buffalo School Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences designates this Enduring Material activity, Course Code 9060B for a maximum of 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
In certain circumstances, your employee may present an acceptable receipt in place of a List A, B, or C document. Receipts only temporarily satisfy the document presentation requirement for Section 2. If you participate in E-Verify, you may only accept List B documents that contain a photo.
However, as a result of the November 2019 decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Safer Chemicals Healthy Families v. EPA, EPA determined that the risk evaluation for asbestos would be issued in two parts. Part 1 of the Risk Evaluation for Asbestos was completed in December 2020. EPA is evaluating legacy uses and associated disposals, other types of asbestos fibers in addition to chrysotile, and conditions of use of asbestos-containing talc in Part 2 of the Risk Evaluation for Asbestos.
For Part 2 of the Risk Evaluation for Asbestos, EPA will consider chrysotile (serpentine), crocidolite (riebeckite), amosite (cummingtonite-grunerite), anthophyllite, tremolite, actinolite, and Libby Amphibole Asbestos (and its tremolite, winchite and richterite constituents). This expansion is consistent with the focus of part 2 of the risk evaluation for asbestos on legacy uses and disposal, particularly asbestos-containing building material. Additionally, EPA will assess the relevant conditions of use of asbestos-containing talc, because talc has been implicated as a potential source of asbestos exposure.
The final scope includes the conditions of use, hazards, exposures, and the potentially exposed or susceptible subpopulations that EPA plans to consider in conducting part 2 of the risk evaluation for asbestos.
As EPA continues to move through the risk evaluation process there will be additional opportunities for public comment, including on a draft of Part 2 of the Risk Evaluation for asbestos. In addition to public comment periods, EPA will continue to engage with stakeholders as it develops part 2.
The Texas Administrative Code (TAC) is a compilation of all Texas state agency rules published by the Office of the Secretary of State. The TAC is divided into titles and parts to represent subject categories and related state agencies. The State Board of Education (SBOE) and commissioner of education rules listed below are codified in the TAC under Title 19, Education, Part 2, Texas Education Agency. The Office of the Secretary of State keeps a searchable database of TAC rules.
XML Schema: Datatypes is part 2 of the specification of the XMLSchema language. It defines facilities for defining datatypes to be usedin XML Schemas as well as other XML specifications.The datatype language, which is itself represented inXML 1.0, provides a superset of the capabilities found in XML 1.0document type definitions (DTDs) for specifying datatypes on elementsand attributes.
This is a W3CRecommendation, which forms part of the Second Edition of XMLSchema. This document has been reviewed by W3C Members andother interested parties and has been endorsed by the Director as aW3C Recommendation. It is a stable document and may be used asreference material or cited as a normative reference from another document. W3C's role in making the Recommendation is to draw attentionto the specification and to promote its widespread deployment. Thisenhances the functionality and interoperability of the Web.
This document has been produced by the W3C XML Schema Working Groupas part of the W3C XMLActivity. The goals of the XML Schema language are discussed inthe XML SchemaRequirements document. The authors of this document are themembers of the XML Schema Working Group. Different parts of thisspecification have different editors.
While the datatypes defined in this specification have, for the most part,a single lexical representation i.e. each value in the datatype'svalue space is denoted by a single literal in itslexical space, this is not always the case. Theexample in the previous section showed two literals for the datatypefloat which denote the same value. Similarly, theremay beseveral literals for one of the date or time datatypes that denote thesame value using different timezone indicators.
decimal has a lexical representationconsisting of a finite-length sequence of decimal digits (#x30-#x39) separatedby a period as a decimal indicator.An optional leading sign is allowed.If the sign is omitted, "+" is assumed. Leading and trailing zeroes are optional.If the fractional part is zero, the period and following zero(es) canbe omitted.For example: -1.23, 12678967.543233, +100000.00, 210.
In general, the order-relation on durationis a partial order since there is no determinate relationship between certaindurations such as one month (P1M) and 30 days (P30D).The order-relationof two duration values x andy is x
The value space ofdateTime is closely related to the dates and times described in ISO 8601.For clarity, the text above specifies a particular origin point for thetimeline.It should be noted, however, that schema processors need not expose thetimeOnTimeline value to schema users, and there is no requirement that atimeline-based implementation use the particular origin described here inits internal representation.Other interpretations of the value space which lead to thesame results (i.e., are isomorphic) are of course acceptable.
Since the lexical representation allows an optional time zoneindicator, time values are partially ordered because it maynot be able to determine the order of two values one of which has atime zone and the other does not. The order relation ontime values is theOrder relation on dateTime (188.8.131.52) using an arbitrary date. See alsoAdding durations to dateTimes (E). Pairs of time values with or without time zone indicators are totally ordered.
Since the lexical representation allows an optional time zoneindicator, gYearMonth values are partially ordered because it maynot be possible to unequivocally determine the order of two values one ofwhich has a time zone and the other does not. If gYearMonthvalues are considered as periods of time, the order relation ongYearMonth values is the order relation on their starting instants.This is discussed in Order relation on dateTime (184.108.40.206). See alsoAdding durations to dateTimes (E). Pairs of gYearMonthvalues with or without time zone indicators are totally ordered.
Since the lexical representation allows an optional time zoneindicator, gYear values are partially ordered because it maynot be possible to unequivocally determine the order of two values one of which has atime zone and the other does not. IfgYear values are considered as periods of time, the order relationon gYear values is the order relation on their starting instants.This is discussed in Order relation on dateTime (220.127.116.11). See alsoAdding durations to dateTimes (E). Pairs of gYear values with or without time zone indicators are totally ordered. 041b061a72