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The planning process set out in CPG 101: A. Is not appropriate for use by private entities. B. Is suitable for planning by all levels of government. C. Is best suited for strategic planning rather than operational planning. D. Applies only to development of new plans, not plan updates.
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The planning process set out in CPG 101: Is suitable for planning by all levels of government.
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The planning process set out in CPG 101: Is suitable for planning by all levels of government.
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Using the five-step problem-solving model, after selecting an alternative, the next step is to: A. Implement the solution. B. Explore alternatives. C. Assess the situation D. Identify the problem.
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