internal checks

internal checks

Checks carried out inside the cockpit prior to start-up. Also called pre-flight checks and before-start checks.
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Internal checks identified the drugs had gone missing on a particular shift but the keys to the locked medicine cabinet could have been used by a number of staff members.
Though the mistake originated from another department, what this absurdity of errors illustrates is how the PTA has no internal checks and balances with which to distinguish between legitimate and illegitimate requests, choosing instead to implement them en masse.
Thus, rules get overlooked and/or processes do not include internal checks and balances.
Mutua wants political parties and professional bodies to select IEBC commissioners to ensure internal checks and balances within the electoral body.
South Korean Science and ICT Ministry said the Next Sat-1, launched on December 4, has successfully deployed its solar panels, adjusted its posture and carried out internal checks to see if all systems were functioning normally, South Korean News Agency (Yonhap) reported.
In light of this, how can anyone be assured the council's scrutiny board meeting and its internal checks and balances are fit for purpose?
New Delhi [India], Jan 22 (ANI): Transfers carried out in the CBI on Monday was to cleanse the organisation and restore internal checks and balances, according to sources in the premier probe agency.
Yeoh said such data must be made available to the ministry for internal checks.
Let us not forget that the parliament under a Westminsterian democracy has only a single institution, the parliament and this becomes the handicap in applying internal checks on the government.
Based on internal checks, the firm corrected its tax returns retroactively.
We are doing internal checks to correct the mistake as soon as possible," Gap said.

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