The costs associated with satisfying regulatory
requirements for 51 different systems is an expense that is borne by the industry and ultimately paid by consumers.
compliance is of greatest concern in highly regulated vertical industries, such as financial services, pharmaceutical manufacturing and life sciences.
Changes, or mutations, in the human prodynorphin regulatory
sequence must have enhanced survival over other primate species, the investigators contend, while the geographic differences that they found may have bestowed as yet unknown advantages on specific human populations.
Soon enough, Tozzi's domain became known as the "black hole" of the regulatory
process for its reputation of sucking in rules proposed by agencies and never letting them see light again.
To overcome the many challenges and properly retain regulated data, customers should first consider ILM solutions specifically tailored for regulatory
costs of $860 billion exceed the output of many entire national economies.
framework should encourage these banks to adopt the best possible risk measurement and management techniques while allowing for the considerable differences in their business strategies.
In contrast, the ability to predict local effects in humans is currently limited by a lack of good quality data and, consequently, has limited regulatory
It takes at least 30 days for most regulatory
bodies to process a change of ownership.
On the other hand, the Tax Court found that FPL's accounting method was to treat certain repairs as capital expenditures on its returns in accordance with its regulatory
In the first year after the order was issued, the alphabet soup of regulatory
agencies spewed forth more than 40 new regulations costing more than $100 million a year, nearly as many as the year before.
We have certainly trimmed our sails," said Jerry Jasinowski, the president of the National Association of Manufacturers and the main spokesman for the corporate coalition lobbying for regulatory