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Attached is mail received from the team leaders in the project. Each mail includes presentations concerning their proposal for re-planning of the project

We ran through these presentations today and came up with the following:
- Implementation should be facilitated without forcing a specific date of implementation. In other words avoid dependency towards the canvass year break.
- There is a risk of not starting using the system as soon as possible. The sooner we can launch the system the more likely we will be able to finish the project.

Hi Monica,

May I ask what exactly you intended by posting that? If you wanted to ask a language question may I direct you to our forum. ;-)

I would like to know if there's any spelling error for the following text. Heres as follow:

To: The Manager

This is Joan Soh( Man Yee ) here. Below is my time availability for the months from Feb 03 to June 03.

Feb 04: -Being on 16 Feb

-Only able to work any 4 days( except those days which I mentioned ) per week till the end of March.

-Days not available as follows: 19, 26 Feb 04

4, 11, 25, 30 March 04

Apr to June 04: -Resume 5 � day work per week.

July 04 onwards: - Would like to continue working as a permanent part timer if permits.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused.


Joan Soh

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