procedural control


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procedural control

A method of airspace control that relies on a combination of previously agreed and promulgated orders and procedures.
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The structure and process control hypothesis seems not to appreciate fully these tools for evading ex ante procedural control.
We find that the top-down and procedural controls that characterize defense acquisition result from characteristics of defense contracting that pose particular principal-agent challenges.
Arnold (1987) questions whether procedural control is as effective as more "traditional" means, including oversight hearings and threats to withhold appropriations.
electronic and procedural controls as well as training and competency assessments.
Medical devices company Spectranetics Corporation (NasdaqGS:SPNC) revealed on Monday that it has received US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Premarket Notification 510(k) clearance for its Bridge Occlusion Balloon for the safety, stability and procedural control in cardiac lead extraction procedures.
There were mostly similarities controlling the aircraft, especially procedural control," said U.
Indeed, this is one procedural control that works just as predicted.
Of course, such formalized procedural control can play a role only if it is customized to stimulate RT, an important reason why headquarters intention is essential here.
In the past, when faced with a large number of competing airspace users and limited command and control capabilities, it has generally been easier to deconflict competing demands for airspace by implementing procedural control methods that placed heavy emphasis on the increased use of airspace and fire support coordinating measures.
During this massive outage, they expertly employed procedural control measures to ensure safe deconfliction of 189 tactical aircraft while ensuring zero gaps in execution of tasking.
Hooks with neodymium-iron-boron magnets significantly reduced the capture of elasmobranchs overall in comparison with control and procedural control hooks in the hook-and-line experiment.
Regulatory reformers at the state and federal levels should take note: procedural control of bureaucratic agencies is unlikely to be particularly effective, if the New Jersey example is representative.