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authorization

The right or permission to use a system resource; the process of granting access. See access control.
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the authorisation procedure for pesticides in the EU; potential failures in how substances are scientifically evaluated and approved; the role of the European Commission in renewing the glyphosate licence; possible conflicts of interest in the approval procedure; the role of EU agencies, and whether they are adequately staffed and financed to fulfil their obligations.
He also mentioned an authorisation procedure that took seven years, admittedly an exception.
It has put an end to the authorisation procedure, which was initialled in July 2010 when Syngenta submitted its application to the German authorities.
The EMA's review of the MAA for tesamorelin will follow its centralised marketing authorisation procedure.
The authorisation procedure for petrol stations requires the applicant to provide a fire certificate that can be issued only by certified' Greek expert engineers.
THE EUROPEAN Parliament today (Wednesday 10-7) voted for more openness within a proposed common European Union (EU) authorisation procedure for food additives enzymes and flavourings: "any decisions and the reasons behind them must be made public", said MEPs.
Validation of methods are part of the EU authorisation procedure for GM food and feed according to Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003
Regulation 1331/2008, which came into force in 2011, introduces a common authorisation procedure for these substances on the basis of scientific opinions from the EFSA, while Regulation 1334/2008 on flavourings, which came into force in January 2009, establishes an EU list of authorised flavouring substances.
The prior authorisation procedure for the acquisition operations goes beyond what is necessary to safeguard the minimum supply of essential energy products and services," noted the Commission in a statement.
The EU executive is chasing up France for new legislation that puts up barriers to foreign investors by subjecting them to an authorisation procedure.