NIRSC Membership Decision Tree

Last updated 3 years ago First published 28 June, 2017

Business,Technology English Rating: ALL ages Shortest path: 3 nodes Longest path: 11 nodes Possible solutions: 12
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  • How is your laboratory legally organized? One location, single owner. Owned by or part of a larger entity.
  • Your lab is considered one, independent entity under NIRSC Membership.
  • How is your lab organized under the larger entity? One of multiple locations of the same, single-owned business operation. A separate department or division under a US university or government entity. Affiliate/Associate or Subsidiary.
  • Are all of the entity locations US domestic? No. Yes.
  • Your lab is considered one, independent entity under NIRSC Membership..
  • Do all of the affiliate/associate or subsidiary locations have the same business objective/venture? Yes. No.
  • Your lab is considered one, independent entity under NIRSC Membership..
  • Do all of the affiliate/associate or subsidiary locations have one program manager that handles all instruments for all locations? No. Yes.
  • Your lab is part of one membership under a larger entity..
  • Your lab is considered one, independent entity under NIRSC Membership..
  • Are all of the locations US domestic? No. Yes.
  • Your lab is considered one, independent entity under NIRSC Membership..
  • Do all of the lab locations have the same business objective/venture? No. Yes.
  • Your lab is considered one, independent entity under NIRSC Membership..
  • Do all of the lab locations have one program manager that handles all instruments for all locations? No. Yes.
  • Your lab is part of one membership under a larger entity..
  • Your lab is considered one, independent entity under NIRSC Membership..
  • Do all of the university or government locations have the same business objective/venture? Yes. No.
  • Your lab is considered one, independent entity under NIRSC Membership..
  • Does your lab have one program manager that handles all instruments for all of the university or government locations? Yes. No.
  • Your lab is part of one membership under a larger entity..
  • Your lab is considered one, independent entity under NIRSC Membership..