6] The draft defined regulatory agencies
as autonomous legal entities set up by the legislative authority in order to help regulate a particular sector at European level and help implement a Community policy.
Furthermore, during times of scandals or crisis, the media coverage of regulatory agencies
involved becomes increasingly critical.
use this information to make similar assessments.
So far, however, regulatory agencies
-- the key link between basic research and commercial use -- have given few clues about which, if any, in vitro tests they anticipate may be accepted as alternatives to current tests.
Do any of these regulatory agencies
take into consideration the detrimental effects their decisions may have on health care asset allocation?
The federal financial regulatory agencies
want consumers to know that careful account management is the lowest-cost way to avoid overdraft and returned-check fees and protect your hard-earned money.
The maze of multiple and often conflicting governmental jurisdictions, inexperience of personnel with redevelopment matters in the regulatory agencies
, historic preservation constraints, relocation issues, complicated financing opportunities and many other complex issues require tremendous internal coordination and project management.
Staffs of regulatory agencies
need to be filled with people who know something about launch vehicles,'' said Pat Ladner, executive director of Alaska Aerospace Development, which is pushing the development of a launch facility at Kodiak Island.
66, Communication of Matters About Interim Financial Information Filed or to Be Filed With Specified Regulatory Agencies
- An Amendment to SAS No.
The regulatory agencies
involved will tell you what to do and how to do it.
Phase Forward's products and services have been utilized in over 10,000 clinical trials involving more than 1,000,000 clinical trial study participants at over 260 organizations and regulatory agencies
worldwide including: AstraZeneca, Boston Scientific, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Eli Lilly, Food and Drug Administration, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck , U.
The federal bank, thrift institution, and credit union regulatory agencies
on April 23, 2004, issued for publication in the Federal Register a proposed rule under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) that would incorporate the statutory prohibition on obtaining or using medical information in connection with credit eligibility determinations and, as required by the statute, create certain exceptions to be applied in limited circumstances.