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reauthorization

(rē″aw-thŏr-ĭ-zā′shŭn)
The renewal of an act of legislation, e.g., one that authorizes certain forms of treatment or health care funding.
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innovations of the last decade, currently is operating via its tenth short-term reauthorizations since 2008.
Moving forward with a five-year reauthorization is key to eliminating the uncertainty that has been created by two years of short-term reauthorizations combined with periodic lapses in the program.
Just around the corner in the 107th Congress are the reauthorizations of the Perkins Act and the Workforce Investment Act.
digiReAuth(TM) - proprietary prescription reauthorization software used in conjunction with the company call center, to process patient prescription reauthorizations electronically between the clinic and pharmacy, reducing physician workload and speeding up the process for the patient.
Having suffered through nine short-term reauthorizations, SBIR currently is set to expire on Jan.
digiRxStream[TM] provides an easy to use prescription handling system and streamlines physician practice operations through managing and tracking the delivery of prescriptions and reauthorizations to patients.
The short-term reauthorizations are a byproduct of the continuing inability of the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship and the House Committees on Small Business and Science and Technology to reconcile their differing long-term reauthorization bills.
In conjunction with the company call center, digiReAuth(TM) processes patient prescription reauthorizations electronically between the clinic and pharmacy, reducing physician workload and speeding up the process for the patient.
Assuming the continuation of six-year reauthorization cycles, the outstanding series 2002 and 2004 bonds are dependent upon the current and two additional federal reauthorizations.
Assuming the continuation of six-year reauthorization cycles, the series 2005 bonds are dependent upon the current and two additional federal reauthorizations.
Nevertheless, this remains a risk for subsequent reauthorizations.
Fitch's 'A' rating reflects the long established track record of federal transit funding, CTA's covenant that in each fiscal year it will request obligation authority for next year's debt service payment on a priority basis, and the bonds' 12-year limited maturity that helps to limit future federal surface transportation program reauthorization risk.