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policy

a plan of action adopted or pursued by an individual, government, party, business, etc.

policy

The rules and regulations set by the organization. Policy determines the type of internal and external information resources employees can access, the kinds of programs they may install on their own computers as well as their authority for reserving network resources. Policy is also related to network quality of service (QoS), because it can define priorities by user, workgroup or application with regard to reserving network bandwidth. See COPS and Internet Usage Policy.
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By establishing of the PPU counterpart units in the line ministries, representatives of Public Policy Unit of the General Secretariat of the Government on brainstorming sessions and workshop discussions with counterpart representatives of centre of Government institutions and line ministries can assure the implementation of Government priority tasks through public policies documents.
CHI's mission is to advance responsible public policies that foster medical innovation and promote scientific discovery.
To the degree that career counseling practitioners, or their administrators, are not fully informed about the full repertoire of public policies and legislation supporting career counseling and the language, purposes, and interventions provided, it is possible that counselors in different settings will implement career counseling quite differently and stereotype its processes and content (e.
Schwarzenegger met with Hoover fellows and TechNet members to discuss technology trends and public policies.
Herr astutely identified the lack of coherence in legislation and public policies that provide career services.
The analysis also noted that public policies and the business practices of payors that help speed eligibility information to the pharmacies - with electronic point-of-service access - will reduce these friction costs, allow public officials to lower fee schedules, and enable payors to negotiate larger discounts.
Members of WIPP frequently advise Congressional and Administration leaders on the economic impact of legislation and public policies prior to becoming law.

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