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compliance

, compliancy
a measure of the ability of a mechanical system to respond to an applied vibrating force, expressed as the reciprocal of the system's stiffness.
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Compliance

Meeting legislated performance standards; “beyond compliance” means voluntarily exceeding those standards.
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compliance

see TYPES OF COMPLIANCE.
Collins Dictionary of Sociology, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2000

compliance

[kəm′plī·əns]
(mechanics)
The displacement of a linear mechanical system under a unit force.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

certificate of compliance

A document issued by the responsible governmental authority stating that all of a building, or any designated portion thereof, complies with all provisions of applicable codes, statutes, and regulations.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

compliance

Conforming to a specification, standard or law that has been clearly defined.
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One category of factors, however, that has been consistently found to be related to client compliancy is the quality of the interactions between the client and the counselor.
The process of compliancy has taken a year to complete with a dedicated team at AFS working through all the steps required to achieve the final requirements.
The process and controls to manage materials of various types of compliancy (i.e., noncompliant, RoHS 5/6 or RoHS 6/6) must be determined during the design cycle.
IBM, Armonk, N.Y., has unveiled a line of service initiatives intended to provide a holistic approach to compliancy. Federal rules, such as 21 CFR Part II, HIPAA, and the U.S.
The Intelliden R-Series and IBM Tivoli integration provides seamless identification, analysis and resolution of systems and networking issues that can threaten the availability, security, provisioning and compliancy of business-critical network devices.
The product was designed to enable users to connect between other Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as computers, cellular phones, PDAs, printers and other emerging personal connectivity tools, Reliable Bluetooth devices are playing a role in the growing personal area network (PAN) market, as people need to communicate faster than ever, Features of the FBT100 include compliancy with Bluetooth 1.10 and Plug-n-Play USB 1.1, up to 723 Kbps transfer rate, high-visibility blue status LED and support for the Mac OS X v10.2 (including iSync) and Microsoft Windows 985E/Me/2000/XP.
'It is government's responsibility to create an environment that allows the IT industry to prosper, but companies have a key role in educating businesses on maintaining software compliancy and they must take responsibility for respecting intellectual property laws.'
And once the compliancy upgrades begin, it is common to re-design the entire cab, including digital lights, veneers, etc.
Y2K compliancy work is a simpler issue than legacy modernization, said Green, so it was no major headache for the company to build that facility into RescueWare, with advice on specific features from Relativity's US collaborator in this area, the consultancy firm Ernst & Young.