AUP


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AUP

Abbreviation for:
acceptable usage policy, see there (Medspeak-UK)
acceptable use procedure
adjusted unbiased prediction
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This commitment to restoration likely would not have happened without the AUP.
AUP has its own lexicon that might be unfamiliar to many CPAs.
Due to the success of the counterinsurgency fight, the AUP is now transitioning to a rule of law enforcement organization.
AUP is property held or owing in the ordinary course of business that the owner has not claimed for a certain period of time (the dormancy period).
Murphy wrote her first AUP for Deer Park based on guidelines written in 1994 in the Texas Association of School Boards' "Starting Points" document, a policy development tool kit that acts like a master template for administrators.
Network administrators can easily track if mails with multiple 'Ccs' are being sent, which indicates a chain e-mail and if an AUP is in place then deterrent action against the individuals involved can be taken.
Moreover, the Holder's external auditors are precluded from assisting the Holder in an AUP advocacy role (which may include providing such services as exposure quantification, remediation and representation) due to SOX prohibition.
Louis Goodman, professor and research director of the Intercampus Graduate School of Marine Sciences and Technology, University of Massachusetts, explained that the AUP is a device designed to provide docking with other types of marine vehicles, for the purpose of material and data transfer.
Many schools couple the AUP with an orientation that students must take before they are assigned a login.
Given these loopholes, some local Associations have attempted to bargain privacy protections for employees into their collective bargaining agreements or, in nonbargaining states, into the AUP.