policy management

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policy management

Enforcing the policy (rules and regulations) of the organization that pertain to information and computing. Also called "policy-based management," it mostly deals with database access and network resource issues: which users have access to what data and how network traffic is prioritized. See policy, COPS and information security.
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Under the Ehsaas programme namely 'Kifalat' would ensure financial assistance and digital inclusion of around six million women through the one woman one bank account policy.
The programme of Kifalat will ensure financial and digital inclusion of around 6 million women through one woman one bank account policy.
Sixth: The Cabinet approved the Citizen's Account policy. Seventh: The Cabinet approved to start correction of some energy products prices gradually.
The Association of Senior Staff of Banks, Insurance and Financial Institutions in Nigeria has warned banks not to retrench workers following the introduction of the Treasury Single Account policy.
Capital Account Policy in South Korea: The Informal Residues of the Developmental State
Are the same factors that drive capital account policy in Latin America at play in South Korea?
In order to answer these questions, I have divided this paper into two main sections: first, a short overview of the historical trajectory of capital account policy in South Korea from the 1960s to the present day, and second, an attempt to explain the current shape of capital account policy with an explanatory variable that I have developed in the context of Latin America's political economy: national economic identity (Leiteritz 2012).
Historical Description of Capital Account Policy in South Korea
Capital Account Policy in Times of the Global Financial Crisis: Openness on the Outside, Barriers on the Inside
Authors imply the assumption that, by using critical account policy choices, management is enabling 'the cause-effect accounting' that, in last instance, ensures relevance of internal control system, risk assessment and valuations in term of true and fair presentation of business performance and its position.
But the court held that the inmate stated a procedural due process claim with regard to denial of interest in the face of an Inmate Account Policy that seemingly requires the equitable distribution of interest.
Under the Ehsaas programme namely Kifalat would ensure financial assistance and digital inclusion of around six million women through the one woman one bank account policy.