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    Trust and Control Case Study Analysis In his case study entitled “Striking a Balance between Trust and Control in a Virtual Organization,” Michael Gallivan writes about his theory that control can be a substitute for trust in virtual organizations: “I argue that, given a set of practices to ensure the control, efficiency, predictability, and calculability of processes and outcomes in virtual organizations, effective performance may occur in the absence of trust (2001).” A virtual organization, according to Gallivan, is one which “allow[s] certain processes to be performed outside the traditional bounds of the firm (paraphrasing Lucas, 1996, p. 280).” The author believes the Open Source Software movement presents the perfect types of virtual…

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    Customer Information: Periodic review for Genisys Controls LLC. This entity was adjusted to HIGH-HIGH in April of 2017 due to a risk level fluctuation derived from the normal transactional activities. As a result from these transactions, multiple SAM alerts have triggered and were closed without further investigations. The activities have been deemed normal business operations. Genisys Controls LLC-The company sells natural gas compression controls and engine controls and fuel systems.…

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    Weak Internal Control Internal controls are systems put in place by an organisation to ensure its efficient performance and delivery of its services to stakeholders. It also ensures that in situations where activities does not go as planned, the damage does not affect the productivity of the organisation by having contingency plans. Internal Control also has to do with reliable financial reporting and compliance with rules, policies and laws which are all ensured by the management of the…

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    Birth Control Pills- The pill Contains 2 hormones- estrogen & progestin. Stops ovulation and slows down movement of sperm. • Decreases women’s menstrual pain. • Restrains endometriosis. • Decreases menstrual blood loss. • Irregular menstrual cycles occur. • Increase risk of cervical dysplasia. • Pill has to be taken on a daily basis. 92% in first year. 99.7% if used consistently and correctly. 0% Cervical Cap Small cap made of latex. Spermicide placed in the cup to kill sperm. Suction holds…

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    Pesticide Peer Review

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    CHARGE Study, which was published in the Journal of Environmental Health Perspectives published in 2004, examined the environmental health issue of pesticide exposure and the related health outcome of neurodevelopmental disorders developing in the children of women who lived in proximity to commercial pesticide usage in an agricultural setting during pregnancy and conception. The authors of the study included: Janie F. Shelton, Estella M. Geraghty, Daniel J. Tancredi, Lora D. Delwiche, Rebecca…

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    Review Bulimia Nervosa is a complex disorder for which there is not only one cause. Sónia Ferreira Gonçlaves, Bárbara César Machado, Carla Martins, and Paulo P.P. Machado devised a case control design study aimed to discover whether or not events that individuals faced in their pasts have a specific connection the development of Bulimia Nervosa, or if the past events are linked to the development of psychiatric/psychological disorders in general. By examining events that look place in women’s…

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    1. Explain why mandatory access control (MAC) is better than discretionary access control (DAC)? Answer: Both mandatory access control (MAC) and discretionary access control (DAC) are important in a multiple user environment where restrictions are very important. Both are popular access control models. But they have some differences. We will find out these differences and the facts that will prove mandatory access control is better than discretionary access control. Basically, they provide…

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    discuss the purpose of the internal control system. The purpose of the internal controls system is to safe guard assets, ensure integrity of financial information, and to protect customer’s information. While auditing the ABC Company’s financial record I found an error which reflects the strength of their internal control system. So I’ve been asked to educate my fellow accountants on the limitations of the internal control system in preparation for an upcoming audit. Specifically this…

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    Pneumonic Plague

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    cause is the outcome. This risk outcome association will be explored thorough various odds ratio and chi square calculations. The plague is also known as “the black death” and wiped out nearly half of the European population during the middle ages. There are three strains of the Y.pestis bacterium leading to either pneumonic plague, septicemic plague or bubonic plague. Pneumonic plague was spread via droplet transmission and had a nearly 100% case fatality rate. The bubonic plague is the subject…

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    Metformin Case Studies

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    As identified in the previous studies mentioned by Knowler et al., (2002) and Gilles et al., (2007) metformin has shown to reduce the risk from progression of prediabetes to diabetes. Moin et al., (2002) case-control study looking at causality examined metformin prescription use for diabetes prevention in individuals with identified prediabetes over a three year period in 17,352 working-age adults. Of the total sample size on 3.7% of patients with prediabetes were actually prescribed…

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