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White Paper

GMC
A term of art which, in the context of Fitness to Practice proceedings of the General Medical Council (UK), usually refers to Sir Liam Donaldson’s White Paper entitled “Trust, Assurance, Safety” concerning the regulation of all healthcare professionals.

Medspeak-UK
A document issued by a Government department, which contains detailed proposals for legislation. It is the final stage before the Government introduces its proposals to Parliament in the form of a Bill. A White Paper is sometimes produced following the consultation process, which is undertaken after Government issues a Green Paper.
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Michael has also written a comprehensive guide, Writing White Papers: How to Capture Readers and Keep Them Engaged (2007, White Paper Source Pub.
The scope and requirements of the Guide White Paper have obviously expanded but it is a remarkable example of a far-reaching view into an area that we can barely see beyond the twenty-four months look-ahead window of today's plans.
These measured steps will send a powerful message while affording Congress a reasonable time to gauge the efficacy of the proposals in the white paper.
The white paper also delves into the way in which information is made available to IRS agents when a taxpayer's return is examined.
With illustrations, anecdotes, and findings from industry analysts' research, in an accessible style, the white paper provides background on the development of NFC technology and its potential to revolutionize the ways that consumers interact with electronic devices and perform everyday tasks.
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The California Committee on Municipal Accounting, which is comprised of representatives of CalCPA and the League of California Cities, has recently issued two white papers on GASB Statements No.
To be sure, the Treasury has acknowledged the need to define the term "tax shelter" more objectively, but we question whether the White Paper offers the necessary clarity.
AUSTIN, Texas -- A white paper, System Interconnect Fabrics: Ethernet Versus RapidIO[R] Technology, released today by the RapidIO[R] Trade Association and by Freescale Semiconductor Corporation, concludes that for many embedded applications, RapidIO technology outperforms Ethernet.
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8) Tax administrators devote substantial energy attempting to establish a quasi-legal basis for the manner in which they consider a fair and reasonable price (which is the legal principle) is to be determined in any particular case, and in this sense the White Paper could be seen as nothing more than another variation on this theme.