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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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M2 EQUITYBITES-July 11, 2019-Waystar closes acquisition of Digitize.AI to automate prior authorisation
The European Union Agency for Railways (ERA) delivers first vehicle authorisation three weeks after becoming European authorising entity for rail traffic in Europe.
If the authorisations are not finalised before the sunset dates then the SHVCs may be used in line with all the stipulations of the pending authorisation.
The Commission's proposal to centralise the system at the ERA is not very popular with member states as it would imply the removal of national authorisations and reduce to practically nothing the role played by national authorities in issuing authorisations.
M2 PHARMA-October 25, 2012-Pfizer receives conditional marketing authorisation from the European Commission for XALKORI(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
The proposal also introduces EU authorisation for biocides as a way of promoting the use of low-risk substances.
Since then, 59 AFS licensees have applied for authorisation to operate as an MDA provider to transition and there are 244 licensees who have an MDA specific dealing by issue authorisation.
Teradata Corporation (NYSE:TDC), an analytic data solutions company, announced on Thursday the authorisation by its board of directors of an additional USD500m for share repurchases.
This means that the Commission's proposal to transfer competence for delivering marketing authorisations for vehicles and safety certification for railway companies to the European Railways Agency is more than welcome.
The European Commission wishes to improve legislation in the sector of medicines for human and veterinary use and "to act as soon as possible," said a spokesperson, on the highly technical aspects which have a global impact on the authorisation system for placing medicines on the market.
Extensions to the original expiry date of the class authorisations were made to allow more time for affected parties to send in applications.
The European Commission has decided to make an application to the European Court of Justice against Belgium, challenging legislation for Flanders which allows authorisations relating to EU environmental legislation in the absence of an express act of the administration.