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For further instructions please contact me.

What i need is for the paper to be written including an ESG Investment machine learning code, in either python or R.
The basic criteria are mentioned in the two attached papers my professor gave me. For further instructions please contact me.

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Use references for citations from your literature review efforts.

Research and perform a literature review of scholary peered reviewed articles, materials on the selective topic. Reference and cite these articles in APA. Use references for citations from your literature review efforts.

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Use the following template to help you disseminate the paper in a way that will help you learn more about the topic.

Our Topic: Camera app with special effects and photo editing
Find a relevant paper to your topic using the ACM library (should be 4-8 pages). Use the following template to help you disseminate the paper in a way that will help you learn more about the topic. You need to coordinate with your teammates to make sure that you don’t use the same paper and that all the group’s papers are related to the topic (and will help you with decision making).
Do not cut and paste from the paper. This is to be in your words, based on your own interpretation. You can use the template to help you organize the paper summary, but it is to be formally written (e.g., in paragraphs, and in the third person) unless it is explicitly stated. It should be 1.5 – 2 pages long (2 pages max) at 11 point font. Remember NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

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Call this entity: my submission, the attributes for this entity are your own first name, last name and school e-mail.

In a company called BCCD engineers are charged of developing different types of applications.
Each engineer is identified by an Employee ID, First Name, Last Name, address, phone and E-mail (Please note that the company is only keeping data for one phone, and one e-mail – Thus, you do not have to worry about multivalued attribute).
Each application is identified by an application ID, Name and type.
Each engineer must work on one or many applications. Applications must be developed by one or more engineers. The company wants to keep track of the date each of the engineers started working on the assigned application.
Each engineer is allocated one personal computer. Each PC can only be used by one engineer. A couple of newly hired engineers have yet to get a PC.
A PC is identified by a Serial Number, Make, and Model.
After the above erd is created is created, make these additions to that same erd:
1- Some engineers were promoted to a supervisory position. Those promoted engineers supervise one or many other engineers. Each Subordinate engineer must be supervised by one and only one senior engineer.
2- The company contracted with a number of software learning institutions for their engineers to take professional development Courses. The company wants to record in the database the course that each of its engineers took, where (which institution) and when (Completion date). “Ternary relationship might be needed”
3- Each institution is identified by Inst_ID, Name, Location, Phone.
Each Course is identified by a Course_ID, Name, Type.
4- An institution must offer one or more courses. A course can be offered by more than one institution. An engineer must take one or more courses. A course might be taken by one or more engineers. (Some offered courses have 0 enrollment)
5- Add an entity detached from all the other entities. Call this entity: My Submission, the attributes for this entity are your own first Name, Last Name and School E-mail. Preferably set it at the top of the ERD.

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Also discuss situations in which one might be recommended over the other.

Using documentation from the vendor, the web or other resources, find out what methodology Norton AntiVirus uses, as well as the methods that McAfee uses. Armed with this information, write a brief essay comparing and contrasting any differences. Also discuss situations in which one might be recommended over the other.

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Hello, i am working on a request for proposal (rfp) with my teammates.

Hello, I am working on a Request for Proposal (RFP) with my teammates. a Template is given to us and we need to fill out the requested information on this proposal. two of my teammates are currently working on it. I need to fill out some of the sections as well, but I have no idea about it. I also need to write One (1) Individual RFP subsection. I am attaching the document that we are working on. please let me know ehat information you need so I can share

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Rfp process initiation, q&a, review, and final selection dates

“What help do we need?”
Assignment overview in BLUF format
Request For Proposal (RFP)
Builds competence for remaining team assignments
Primary: Asking defined, answerable, and actionable questions
Pervasive expectation: Critical Thinking, business communications, measurements, bias identification, and mitigation
Each individual team member creates a request for a personal assistant within a combined team RFP
Ref: https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/rfp-template (Links to an external site.)
Directions with references are listed below
In your team’s shared OneDrive folder or Google Team Drive, create a Microsoft Word or Google Docs document with the following information:
Brief paragraphs describing at a high level your combined request for proposal (RFP)
Include any information that you feel is relevant so the recipient may quickly understand your present situation, services requested, overall budget, and timelines
RFP template with team situation-specific modifications
https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/rfp-template
One (1) total RFP for team containing
One (1) Individual RFP subsection for each teammate
Ideally, team ideas should be discussed with your instructor in advance, either on Slack or during office hours
Refer to Rubric for assignment expectations
You are strongly encouraged to brainstorm in your private team Slack channels, as your instructor can be directly engaged and involved in these conversations.
This RFP will set the tone and initial direction for a significant portion of the remaining teamwork. However, it is not set in stone. If a course correction is needed, then that is something that can be discussed between members of your team and your instructor.
After your document is complete, print/save/export this document as a PDF Document. Submit this PDF here on Canvas.
Your team’s submission for this milestone should be one (1) PDF Document, seven (7) pages total.
How to Write a Request for Proposal with Template and Sample
Unedited format. Word Count: 595
Written by Caroline Forsey (Links to an external site.) @cforsey1 (Links to an external site.)
Follow Along With HubSpot’s Free RFP Templates
Whether you’re working for a small agency or a major marketing firm, you’re probably eventually going to need to fill out a Request for Proposal, or RFP (Links to an external site.).
Your company can’t do everything internally, and when your business needs to purchase a product or service from elsewhere, you might need to shop around. An RFP allows you to collect offers from various vendors and select the vendor that best meets your criteria, both in regards to skill and budget.
Any time you outsource work to a supplier, there’s a potential for issues such as miscommunication around the scope of the work and the compensation. What a good RFP does is eliminate gray areas so that both parties understand what needs to be delivered, when, and for how much.
RFP Template
Here, we’ve provided an RFP template you can follow for initial structure, as well as a sample RFP for further inspiration. But it isn’t one-size-fits-all — you’ll need to tailor your RFP to best articulate your company’s needs.
Not that you’ve seen the template, how do you actually write an RFP? We’ve got you covered.
How to Write an RFP
Define your project, scope, and budget.
Provide background and introductory information.
Describe the services you’re looking for.
Detail your selection criteria and timelines.
Proofread your RFP and go live.
1. Define your project, scope, and budget.
Before issuing your RFP, take the time to define the project you’re looking to complete, its scope, and how much you can afford to spend. This information provides the framework for your RFP and helps ensure that it strikes a balance between too general and overly detailed.
2. Provide background and introductory information.
With budget and scope in hand, you can start crafting your RFP. While it’s tempting to dive right into the details, it’s a good idea to provide some background and introductory data about your company. This helps set the stage for potential partners by giving them a sense of your current market, business goals, and current challenges.
3. Describe the services you’re looking for.
Now it’s time to get specific about the services you’re looking for to help achieve your goals. For example, if you’re building a website, you might look for a company with both front-end and back-end development experience. If you’re creating a mobile app, highlight the need for specific skills in that area, such as expertise in responsive design and building applications for multiple mobile platforms.
4. Detail your selection criteria and timelines.
Next up are the selection criteria and the timelines for your project. Here, you can highlight what skills, services, and market expertise are required for consideration. This is the time to get specific: Clear descriptions of selection criteria will help reduce the risk of sorting through multiple RFPs that don’t meet your needs.
It’s also important to be up-front about your timelines. Give potential partners an end date for RFP submission, a date for final selection, and a clear start-to-finish project timeline so companies making a proposal can fine-tune their bid.
5. Proofread your RFP and go live.
Last but never least? Proofread your RFP — then proofread it again. Why? Because even small mistakes could derail project timelines. Consider a zero missing in your budget details, or a miscommunication about the dates that proposals are due and selections are made; both could force a restart of the entire RFP process and waste precious time.
BLUF Format
Required RFP components (BLUF Format)
Ref: https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/rfp-template
Author: Forsey, Caroline; Hubspot
Define project, scope, and budget
Project (Personal Assistant to perform non-academic tasks)
Project scope (what is in, what is out)
Project budget (how much can each afford, group total)
Provide background and introductory information
Provide background and introductory data
What are program goals and current challenges?
Describe desired services
Specific services desired to achieve goals
Contextual ‘side business’ examples
If building a website, you require front-end and back-end development experience.
If creating a mobile app, highlight specific skills needed
e.g., expertise in responsive design and building applications for multiple mobile platforms
Detail selection criteria and timelines
Selection criteria and project timelines
Highlight skills, services, and market expertise required. Be specific
Clear selection criteria descriptions reduce RFP responses (increase % of useful responses)
Provide specific timeline expectations
RFP process initiation, Q&A, review, and final selection dates
Be specific
Allows respondents to plan, assign resources, iterate their bid
T6 builds upon T5. T5/T6 set framework for T7/T8
Reference guidance and RFP template https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/rfp-template (Links to an external site.)
The following builds to T7/8 “what do we need to know” RFP for 3rd party analytics
What don’t we know, that we need to know, to recommend specific actions for:
Growth
By country
By client
By product
By revenue
Business (process) Optimization/Cost Reduction
Efficiency
By country
By client
By product category
By product

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Can be used sparingly.

pop article: esports
• Avoid first person (“I”).
• Stick to facts, but opinions and interpretations
can be used sparingly.
• Avoid lesser-known jargon.
• Explain technical terms when necessary.
• Use examples and analogies when
necessary.
• Know your audience and write for them.
• Keep the tone light and welcoming.
Final publish will be minimum 2 pages.
• Format:
• Font: 11-pt Arial
• Margins: 1.25” L/R
• Spacing: Double
• Topic of e-sport
• ACM or APA style in-text citations. (no
footnotes)

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Hopeful combining the two papers and making sure i hit all of the requirements asked for in (assignment three feasibility report.docx)

Assignment Three Feasibility Report.docx is the document that contains all the requirements needed for this assignment. This assignment builds on the last assignment which was to create a research Prospal on our topic. The topic that I have selected was security cameras. I chose this topic because I already have a 4 page paper attached (called security cameras) that I wrote two years agos on security cameras and It will be easier for me to add on the requirements from (attached Assignment Three Feasibility Report.docx) to this paper. Hopeful combining the two papers and making sure I hit all of the requirements asked for in (Assignment Three Feasibility Report.docx)
The research paper that I have attached is the paper that I am buildiing on and the approach that I want to take for this paper. This Assignment should prepare me for the next assignment which is (attached Assignment Four publish of Report)

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A candidate should mention his networking and personal relations at the national as well as international levels.

There are a total of 4 essays requested, each essay should be comprised of 500 words;
*1st essay is about candidates networking skills
A candidate should mention his networking and personal relations at the national as well as international levels.
He should talk about how he deals with the people in a variety of professions including government and international representatives, public authorities, and academia.
He should mention how he has been familiar with a different culture, age groups, socioeconomic classes.
He should provide a brief description of how long he has been involved in long-term relationships.
He should elaborate on his communication skills in different areas.
* 2nd essay would ask you about your leadership qualities
A candidate should elaborate on the scenarios in which he played leadership roles.
How he managed good team management skills in different projects.
How he led community projects on a fixed budget.
How he considered the opinion of every member and negotiate among them.
How he worked with different personalities and led successful projects.
How his leadership project contributed in the long term and brought a positive change in his community.
* 3rd Essay would ask you about future career plans
A candidate should mention his career plans that show how he is going to support his community or country.
All Goals should be smart enough and realistic.
A candidate’s plans should include a social, academic, and professional approach.
A candidate must relate his skills, volunteer activities, and work experience.
*4th essay would be about why you want to pursue your studies in the UK
The desire to study in the UK varies from person to person but the reasons should be valid and appropriate.
For one year master’s, UK has good merit.
The UK holds the world’s best leading universities.
In academics, The UK is one of the top countries.
A candidate should mention his interest in cross-cultural understanding.
A candidate should show his interest in International research that would contribute to the community.
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I prepared a detailed CV with all my information, experiences, education and background.