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The Current Employment Statistics (CES) first preliminary estimates of employment, hours, and earnings are published eachmonth approximately 3 weeks after the reference period. Estimates are then revised twice, before being held constant untilthe annual benchmarking process. Second preliminary estimates for a given month are published the month following theinitial release, and final sample-based estimates are published 2 months after the initial release. Technical informationon revisions can be found in the revisionssection of the CES handbook of methods webpage.




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Container Apps revisions help you manage the release of updates to your container app by creating a new revision each time you make a revision-scope change to your app. You can control which revisions are active, and the external traffic that is routed to each active revision.


The revision mode controls whether only a single revision or multiple revisions of your container app can be simultaneously active. You can set your app's revision mode from your container app's Revision management page in the Azure portal, using Azure CLI commands, or in the ARM template.


For container apps with external HTTP traffic, labels are a portable means to direct traffic to specific revisions. A label provides a unique URL that you can use to route traffic to the revision that the label is assigned. To switch traffic between revisions, you can move the label from one revision to another.


Labels are useful for testing new revisions. For example, when you want to give access to a set of test users, you can give them the label's URL. Then when you want to move your users to a different revision, you can move the label to that revision.


Labels work independently of traffic splitting. Traffic splitting distributes traffic going to the container app's application URL to revisions based on the percentage of traffic. When traffic is directed to a label's URL, the traffic is routed to one specific revision.


In multiple revision modes, revisions remain active until you deactivate them. You can activate and deactivate revisions from your container app's Revision management page in the Azure portal or from the Azure CLI.


Versions and revisions are distinct features. Each version can have multiple revisions, just like a non-versioned API. You can use revisions without using versions, or the other way around. Typically versions are used to separate API versions with breaking changes, while revisions can be used for minor and non-breaking changes to an API.


Amendment 2021-10 serves to conform the 2021 TIP to Plan Bay Area 2050. It makes revisions to 18 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $3.6 billion. Among other changes, the revision: updates 10 existing projects in the 2021 TIP to reflect changes in scope or cost that are included in Plan Bay Area 2050; and adds eight new projects to the 2021 TIP. This amendment also includes a supplemental listing of the projects currently included in the 2021 TIP and their corresponding Plan Bay Area 2050 projects. The project changes in TIP Amendment 2021-10 and the supplemental listing together demonstrate that the 2021 TIP, as revised, is consistent with Plan Bay Area 2050. The Transportation-Air Quality Conformity Analysis: Plan Bay Area 2050 and Amended 2021 TIP that accompanies the TIP amendment demonstrates that the amended TIP is consistent with ("conform to") the federal air quality plan known as the State Implementation Plan (SIP), as required by federal conformity regulations. The Transportation-Air Quality Conformity Analysis is posted on the Plan Bay Area 2050 website. In accordance with MTC's public participation plan, TIP Amendment 2021-10 and the accompanying Transportation-Air Quality Conformity Analysis were released for public review and comment on July 7, 2021, and the review period closed on August 5, 2021. No significant comments were received on these documents. For more information, please visit planbayarea.org/finalplan2050 and the Meetings and Events page.


A: Cal/OSHA proposed revisions to the COVID-19 emergency temporary standards (ETS) in light of updated guidance from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and to make the ETS more flexible if changes are made to CDPH guidance in the future.


MassDEP has prepared revisions to the Massachusetts Contingency Plan ("MCP", 310 CMR 40.0000), which are the regulations governing the notification, assessment, cleanup and closure of oil and hazardous material disposal sites.


Autosaves are enabled for all posts and pages but do not overwrite published content. Autosaves are stored as a special type of revision; they do not overwrite the actual post. In fact, whether your power goes out, your browser crashes, or you lose your internet connection, when you go back to edit that post, WP will toss up a warning telling you that it has a backup of your post and a link to restore the backup. When reviewing revisions, autosaves are clearly marked.


The specifications for collecting and editing the U.S. standard certificates of live birth and death and the Report of Fetal Death (2003 revisions) have now been updated to reflect the changes made during the HHS clearance process as well as changes recommended by the Data Analysis Committee.


On August 4, 2017, the NASW Delegate Assembly approved the most substantive revisions to the NASW Code of Ethics since 1996. After careful and charged deliberation, the Delegate Assembly voted to accept proposed revisions to the Code that focused largely on the use of technology and the implications for ethical practice.


25 April 2016 - Errata: A revised version of this document was published on 25 April 2016 to address errors in select paragraphs of the proposed revisions to the framework text.


This document sets out the Committee's proposed revisions to the design and calibration of the Basel III leverage ratio framework. The proposed changes have been informed by the monitoring process in the parallel run period since 2013, by feedback from market participants and stakeholders and by the frequently asked questions process since the January 2014 release of the standard Basel III leverage ratio framework and disclosure requirements.


Monthly revisions are applied to the prior month data to account for transactions that are received too late to publish in the appropriate reference month. The revisions represent a small number of transactions for previous months. Monthly revisions are made based on the end use commodity classification system and published in the monthly FT-900 U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services Report. Each month we revise the aggregate seasonally adjusted (current and chain-weighted dollar) and unadjusted export, import, and trade balance figures, as well as the end-use commodities for the prior month. These revisions are included in exhibits 1 - 15. Country detail in exhibits 14 and 14a and SITC detail in exhibit 15 do not include revisions. The timing adjustment shown in Exhibit 14 is the difference between monthly data as originally reported and as recompiled. Exhibits 16, 16a, 17, and 18 do not include revisions.


In the last month of each quarter, the current and previous quarter's data are revised to incorporate the Bureau of Labor Statistics' monthly revisions and align Census and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis' quarterly data. Quarterly revisions are made based on the end use commodity classification system and published in the monthly FT-900 U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services Report. Quarterly revisions are made to the chain-weighted dollar series only. These revisions are included in exhibits 10 and 11.


The Census Bureau receives revisions from Canada and makes corrections for prior period transactions to the cumulative-to-date totals for U.S. exports and U.S. exports to Canada. These revisions are applied at the detail level only with the release of the annual revision report.


The initial release of the statistics (FT 900) and certain reports include special announcements as warranted to call attention to the discovery of large or significant revisions and to provide information on the appropriate data corrections and program changes.


A2: We revised our medical evidence rules. The revisions include redefining several key terms related to evidence, revising our rules about acceptable medical sources (AMS), revising how we consider and articulate our consideration of medical opinions and prior administrative medical findings, revising our articulation requirements for other kinds of evidence, revising our rules about medical consultants (MC) and psychological consultants (PC), revising our rules about treating sources, and reorganizing our evidence regulations for ease of use.


A6: We did not change our current policy that we need objective medical evidence from an AMS to establish that an individual has a medically determinable impairment, as required by the Act. We revised the definition of objective medical evidence to clarify that it means signs, laboratory findings, or both. We will recognize APRNs, audiologists, and PAs as AMSs who can provide us with this objective medical evidence for claims filed on or after March 27, 2017. We also clarified that we cannot establish an impairment based on a diagnosis, symptoms, or a medical opinion. Finally, we made clarifying revisions to the existing definitions of signs and laboratory findings.


The Panel's consensus was that the proposed MAGNIMS-based MRI revisions for DIS will also serve well for most pediatric MS patients, especially those with acute demyelination presenting as CIS, because most pediatric patients will have >2 lesions and are very likely to have lesions in 2 of the 4 specified CNS locations (periventricular, brainstem-infratentorial, juxtacortical, or spinal cord). The frequency of spinal cord lesions in pediatric MS patients is currently unreported, but the appearance of cord lesions in pediatric MS patients with spinal cord symptoms appears generally similar to that of adults.52 041b061a72


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