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assess

to examine for the purpose of evaluation and/or quality improvement. See assessment.

assess

Medspeak
verb To evaluate a person or process.
 
Molecular biology
verb To interrogate a gene or molecular pathway.
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To solve this problem CPAs can leverage section 404 and other documentation already created to assess the organization's internal control activities.
6) Assess the impact of communicating or not communicating individual test results, study progress, and/or study results on participants' willingness to continue with the protocol and/or participate in research again.
The question concerning the design and deployment of projects and programs to assess digital library services contains many discussion and decision points, ranging from the relentlessly practical to the purely theoretical.
6501(c)(3) provides that if a taxpayer does not file a return, the IRS can assess tax at any time--be it three or 23 years after the year in which the taxpayer should have reported income.
For these reasons, it may be difficult to assess current DL service programs (particularly ORS) in the context of the universe of all possible DL services.
With this release of CORE IMPACT, we continue to respond directly to customer requests for safe, secure technology that enables them to assess the risks they face and determine the effectiveness of their existing security investments and end-user education programs.
35) I began to develop the concept of self-assessment in kindergarteners in my research question: What happens when kindergarteners are invited to assess their own learning?
If auditors consider only features of the internal controls as the basis to assess control risk, then they will assess A and B control risk as the same.
3121(q) to assess an employer's share of FICA taxes on its employees' unreported tip income on an aggregate basis, without first determining the underreporting by the individual employees and crediting their wage history accounts.
The former refers to standardized assessments that are not developed to assess achievement in a particular program of instruction and are intended to measure more general language skills or knowledge (Genesee & Upshur, 1996).
The only issue for the appeals court was whether the IRS could use the aggregate method to assess the employer's share of FICA taxes.
All three types have a common element: They permit the Service to assess an income tax deficiency (or abate an overassessment in the case of a refund) without issuing a statutory notice of deficiency.