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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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Many are already embracing digitalisation but equally too many aren't and the Industrial Strategy Whitepaper will need to address this very real issue.
The 16-page whitepaper begins by providing some key themes, key statistics, and year-on-year trends for the insurance sector.
The whitepaper explains the practice areas debated in the joint IRTI-Deloitte executive program and other related industry thought leadership programs, with a particular emphasis on the industry's pain points.
The whitepaper draws on a wide range of expertise from academic researchers from some of Finlands leading universities: Tampere University of Technology; VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd; bo Akademi University; Aalto University; and the University of Turku.
The whitepaper noted spear phishing attacks are difficult to isolate from the white noise emanating from widely distributed, general email phishing campaigns.
The whitepaper focuses on four areas that can potentially see the largest benefit from acoustic innovation: office space, healthcare, education, and public spaces.
The whitepaper advises on other factors equally important to bear in mind.
As well as discussing novel applications for the use of live 3D imaging of cells, the whitepaper provides a solution to the daily challenge of visual inspection to check the health and growth of a culture when growing cells in 3D.
The whitepaper is the first in a series of studies exploring potential solutions to the lack of access to broadband technology affecting more than 20 million Americans living in rural areas.
In this instance, the whitepaper, argues that a BPM system provides a logical alternative to leveraging existing investments whilst optimising business processes.
The whitepaper made its debut at the open joint discussion held on 7 June 2016 within the framework of the IoT Summit Russia.
com)-- Career Step, an online provider of career-focused education and corporate training, has recently published a whitepaper written by Stephen Spain, MD, FAAFP, on the importance of physician training in preparation for the ICD-10 transition, mandated for October 1, 2015.