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The right or permission to use a system resource; the process of granting access. See access control.
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Authorizing legislation also authorizes, implicitly or explicitly, the enactment of appropriations for an agency or program.
To become part of the Authorize.Net Certified Developer Program, an application process must be completed.
CyberSource Corporation (Nasdaq: CYBS), a provider of electronic payment and risk management solutions, and Authorize.Net Holdings Inc (Nasdaq: ANET), a provider of IP based payment solutions, announced on Monday (18 June) that the companies have entered into a definitive agreement for CyberSource to acquire Authorize.net.
"The Executive Order I have signed authorizes the employees of Fish and Game and the Department of Agriculture to immediately harvest these domestic elk.
At his confirmation hearings in January 2005, Senator Russ Feingold asked Gonzales: "Does the President, in your opinion, have the authority, acting as commander in chief, to authorize warrantless searches of Americans' homes and wiretaps of their conversations in violation of the criminal and foreign intelligence surveillance statutes of this country?"
The issue was whether or not the president had the authority, through the attorney general, to authorize electronic surveillance for national security matters without prior judicial review.
If Congress determines that the integrity of corporate income tax returns warrants an expanded scope and higher level of internal scrutiny than is currently required, TEI suggests requiring a company's independent audit committee to annually authorize the chief tax officer to sign the corporate income tax return.
We did not authorize the bombing of civilians in Afghanistan.
Only the consumer may authorize the transfer and not, for example, a third-party merchant on behalf of the consumer.
Dispute settlement panels may authorize trade measures, calibrated to withdraw equivalent benefits, when respondents refuse to satisfactorily modify behavior.
First, what procedures must a corporation follow to authorize an officer other than the specified five officers (an "unspecified officer") to sign the return?
To carry the argument further, Resolution 678 would seem to authorize an attack on other countries - not just on Iraq (and, to carry the logic of Washington's position to further absurdity, perhaps by Iraq itself on other states) - to uphold "subsequent relevant resolutions." Is any one member of the United Nations authorized to determine what are "subsequent relevant resolutions?" Considering the interconnected nature of the world, what situation anywhere at any time in the future would not arguably be "relevant" to Security Council Resolution 678?