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enforcement

(en-fors′mĕnt)
Ensuring public compliance with a law, regulation, or ruling by the appropriate authorities.
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Enforce has offices in San Francisco and Dallas, serving mid-market Ceridian customers in the implementation of their Dayforce Human Capital Management (HCM) cloud computing solution.
The Bush administration not only has refused to enforce our immigration laws, while pretending to do so, but also is now trying to intimidate those who do.
The court then proceeded to enforce the policy limitations.
Yet that doesn't keep the overwhelming majority of team owners, players, sportscasters, and fans from accepting, obeying, and seeking to enforce these godless rules--literally and absolutely--with a tenacity and precision that would put a religious fundamentalist or a theocratic dictator to shame.
Organized labor and others are using the lack of sufficient state resources to justify shifting enforcement to private parties by expanding California citizen's right to sue to enforce compliance with state environmental and labor laws.
Bush should defy the federal courts and refuse to enforce what he calls an "unconstitutional" ruling ordering the removal of a government-sponsored Ten Commandments display.
Courts can and will enforce these provisions, for example, those regarding non-waiver by owner and architect certifications as not constituting acceptance of the work, and they may thus serve to nullify owner conduct that appears to be contrary to the owner's belated position on such key issues as damages for delay.
Increasing pressure to improve IT cost structure, coupled with the emergence of process automation tools that simplify operations and enforce policy compliance for service delivery, now presents a more practical risk-reward equation for tiered storage.
GAO's objectives were to (1) determine the current status of the enforcement of provisions in section 43; (2) determine the extent of compliance with each provision and the potential impact on consumers if the provisions were not enforced; and (3) evaluate which federal agency could most effectively enforce the provisions.
The DHHS Office of Civil Rights will enforce civil violations of the Privacy Rule, and the Department of Justice will enforce criminal violations; the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is responsible only for enforcing the transactions and code set standards, with compliance due October 16, 2003.
KeyLabs compared the two vendors' endpoint security products, evaluating the features and functionality that enable each product to enforce enterprise security policies and integrate with enterprise networks and systems.
Recognition of arbitration as a means to resolve disputes dates back to 1925, when the United States Congress passed the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) to provide a mechanism for individuals and entities to sue in federal court to enforce arbitration agreements.