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white paper

an official government report in any of a number of countries, including Britain, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada, which sets out the government's policy on a matter that is or will come before Parliament

white paper

(publication)
A short treatise whose purpose is to educate industry customers. See, e.g., Architecture Neutral Distribution Format.

white paper

A written report on a topic. There are countless white papers on technology subjects written by vendors, research firms and consultants, most of which are accessible via the Web. See inbound marketing.
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Bob Kobet, the Kobet Collaborative, is the author of the RRCI LEED white paper updates, as well as RRCI's original white paper.
Michael has also written a comprehensive guide, Writing White Papers: How to Capture Readers and Keep Them Engaged (2007, White Paper Source Pub.
The scope and requirements of the Guide White Paper have obviously expanded but it is a remarkable example of a far-reaching view into an area that we can barely see beyond the twenty-four months look-ahead window of today's plans.
The white paper also asks the taxpayer to attest to the pricing methods used at the time the tax return is prepared.
This free white paper provides educational publishers with an overview of the National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS), an explanation of how NIMAS applies to them, and a summary of the new opportunities it creates.
The California Committee on Municipal Accounting, which is comprised of representatives of CalCPA and the League of California Cities, has recently issued two white papers on GASB Statements No.
To be sure, the Treasury has acknowledged the need to define the term "tax shelter" more objectively, but we question whether the White Paper offers the necessary clarity.
With illustrations, anecdotes, and findings from industry analysts' research, in an accessible style, the white paper provides background on the development of NFC technology and its potential to revolutionize the ways that consumers interact with electronic devices and perform everyday tasks.
8) Tax administrators devote substantial energy attempting to establish a quasi-legal basis for the manner in which they consider a fair and reasonable price (which is the legal principle) is to be determined in any particular case, and in this sense the White Paper could be seen as nothing more than another variation on this theme.
Since publishing our click fraud white paper in January we've received a lot of great questions about click fraud and Think's approach to solving this growing problem," said Mitchell.
AUSTIN, Texas -- A white paper, System Interconnect Fabrics: Ethernet Versus RapidIO[R] Technology, released today by the RapidIO[R] Trade Association and by Freescale Semiconductor Corporation, concludes that for many embedded applications, RapidIO technology outperforms Ethernet.
The white paper is available free-of-charge on the KnowledgeAdvisors website: www.