departmental departmental  /dɪ ˌpɑrt ˈmɛ nəl/


  • (adj) of or relating to a department


  1. The fourth season introduces Glenn Close as the new captain of the precinct, which allows new viewers to discover story lines and departmental politics along with her.
  2. The following assessment of the men who have departmental responsibilities, listed in order of protocol, is based on the reporting of correspondents in PTI's Washington bureau.
  3. If that sounds like a lot under one departmental roof, it was.


  1. Quality Engineer

    Summary: This position evaluates and proposes new quality procedures in order to ensure company manufacturing, safety and quality standards are being met. Conducts internal audits of various systems in order to evaluate compliance. Plays key role in the meeting of all Quality departmental goals.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Rigzone

  2. Former Soap Lake officer found not guilty of making false statements

    EPHRATA – A former police officer accused of lying about giving information from an inter-departmental e-mail to a fellow motorcycle club member was acquitted.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: iFiber One

  3. Northampton County budget includes major cuts

    JACKSON — Major departmental cuts, employee pay loss and cuts to contributions are all part of the balanced budget County Manager Wayne Jenkins and Finance Officer Dot Vick presented Northampton Count
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald

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