business rule


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business rule

A directive, policy or procedure within an organization. Business rules may also come from outside sources such as government regulations and membership association guidelines. See BRE and SME.
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An emerging and workable definition breaks business logic into two fundamental types of computing: the application of business rules and the execution of data processing.
In an increasing number of organisations, business rules originate in multiple departments across levels of management, emphasising the need for business rule management.
DoD Components will also plan for a January 1, 2005, implementation of the passive RFID business rules.
By memorandum, dated April 14, 2003 (attached), I directed the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) to proceed with a time-phased implementation of changes in business rules to limit government source inspections for contracts valued below $250,000.