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policy

a plan of action adopted or pursued by an individual, government, party, business, etc.

policy

The rules and regulations set by the organization. Policy determines the type of internal and external information resources employees can access, the kinds of programs they may install on their own computers as well as their authority for reserving network resources. Policy is also related to network quality of service (QoS), because it can define priorities by user, workgroup or application with regard to reserving network bandwidth. See COPS and Internet Usage Policy.
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The Government Policy Advisory Division is responsible for developing and implementing the association's policy agenda that serves as a guide to NDIA's education and lobbying activities.
Around 140 Zimbabwean asylum seekers went on hunger strike in the summer demanding a change in Government policy
On the one hand, he rightly affirms the APO's decisive contribution to the strengthening of West German democracy: its activities "played a central role in the creation of a democratic political environment, in which ordinary people were willing to criticize government policy and participate in political activity" to a new degree (p.
However, in an attempt to boost the economy and to win favor with western investors and governments, the RDP was overshadowed by GEAR (Growth, Employment and Redistribution) a government policy that critics have derided as a continuation of the same neoliberal policies imposed by the IMF.
It is an instrument of government policy, doing good work.
Richard Nicholl, 49, of Market Drayton, Shropshire, blamed the advice of actuaries and Government policy for the workers' plight.
In Africa as in Europe, the cause of economic problems is bad government policy.
Defines the government policy on direct commercial sales.
In other words, he penalized the nonprofit organization for defending government policy (CFAC, Nov, 29, 1999).
Mr Smith told them: "We need to understand better how you view government policy and public services, how they impact on your lives and how we might make things work better.
On the contrary, we would view as potential risks the possibility of government policy towards taxation of on-line transactions, or censorship of on-line content.
Cliff's book shows you how to avoid government policy traps and increase your company's sales and profits.

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