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Law Psychiatry (of a person) declared legally insane
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005


A term indicating that a testing laboratory, professional engineer, manufacturer, or contractor has formally confirmed that a material, device, or assembly of components conforms to the requirements of the applicable code.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.


The following information technology certifications are described in this encyclopedia. See also aptitude tests.

For CertificationIn:                Look Up:

 Adobe products      ACE

 Auditing            CISA

 Document Imaging    CompTIA

 E-Commerce          EC-Council certification
 E-Commerce          CompTIA

 General             CCP

 Internet/intranet   CompTIA

 Linux               CompTIA

 Networking          CompTIA

 Printing            Xplor

 Project Mgt.        CompTIA

 Security            CISSP
 Security            CISM
 Security            CompTIA
 Security            GIAC
 Security            SSCP
 Security            OSCP

 Servers             CompTIA

 Service Tech        CompTIA

 Technical Trainer   CompTIA

 Webmaster           CIWVendor Products Cisco certification Microsoft certification Novell certification Sun certification
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Travel management companies can offer Certify Enterprise Travel to their customers, simplifying the T and E management process with an integrated solution covering desktop and mobile users.
The first format would be to test and certify the raw or initial processed barrier film.
An already-effective rule requires that any changes in a public company's internal control over financial reporting that has materially affected--or is reasonably likely to materially affect--the company's internal control over financial reporting be disclosed in the SEC report covering the quarter in which the change occurred, and that the CEO and CFO certify that this disclosure has been made.
The Wi-Fi Alliance (formerly WECA) is a nonprofit organization formed in 1999 to certify interoperability of IEEE 802.11 products and to promote them as the global, wireless LAN standard across all market segments.
Part of the problem for gay- or lesbian-owned businesses is that until recently they lacked an independent third party to certify them as such.
Certified Professional Environmental Auditor, CPEA The Environmental Auditing Roundtable, the Institute of Internal Auditors, and the Board of Environmental, Health & Safety Auditor Certifications jointly certify professionals in environmental auditing and related scientific fields.
Persuading private owners to certify their forests has proven to be difficult
Although it has yet to see a profit, the company plans to certify most of its remaining Amazon acreage by 2005 and try to persuade its uncertified third-party suppliers to do the same.