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(ver′ĭ-fī″) [L. verificare, to establish the truth]
To confirm the accuracy of a report, a laboratory test, or an evaluation.
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One, because a diplomatic resolution to this challenge is obviously preferable, and it is preferable in part because it would be the most certain and verifiable way to make sure that Iran never acquires a nuclear weapon.
By using an experimental market, we are able to obtain precise information on consumers' reactions to the injection of verifiable information when information from interested parties is already available.
I think the FASB has to work hand in hand with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) to make sure whatever comes forth is auditable and verifiable," states Hanish.
captures some of the essential aspects of verifiable information.
The intent of the documentation requirement is to mandate greater internal traceability of all decision-making processes and to provide verifiable proof that certain records were compiled on the date and at the time indicated by qualified and authorized personnel.
paragraph] Negotiate a verifiable, reciprocally or internationally inspected treaty commitment with Russia to end permanently the production of fissile materials for weapons, and seek comparable commitments from other nuclear states.
In a letter written as a response to the FTC's call for comments, RelyID weighed in on the proposed Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule changes, stating in part that the current methods for obtaining verifiable parental consent do little to ensure that the website operator actually has something that the average parent would consider to be verifiable parental consent and that a more reliable method such as RelyID is needed.
com), the company easing mobile app and game publishers' burden of compliance with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) received written response from the Federal Trade Commission regarding its July 27, 2014 application for approval of AgeCheq's Realtime Common Consent Mechanism as a new method for verifiable parental consent (VPC).
Taxpayers must furnish all required information in accordance with the applicable forms and instructions, and the amounts entered on the forms must be verifiable.
The challenge for backup product makers is to provide a disk-based long-term storage system that supports multiple backup applications, multiple versions of backups, allows restore to use disk's random access capability, has a comparable price point to tape, and ensures reliable and verifiable recoveries.
These wallet-size IDs are issued by the Mexican Consulate to Mexican nationals without conducting fingerprint, criminal or medical background checks and are not verifiable by any local law enforcement agency.
The TSR was adopted by the FTC as a result of the Telemarketing Consumer Fraud and Abuse Prevention Act, enacted in 1994, to prohibit specific deceptive and abusive telemarketing acts or practices, require disclosure of certain material information, require express verifiable authorization for certain payment mechanisms, set record keeping requirements, and specify those transactions that are exempt from the TSR.