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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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He added that the local leadership of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) under Ameer Muqam was preparing a white paper as well.
The white paper analysed the video service development of the top 50 fixed-first operators in terms of the number of video subscribers, and came to the conclusions mentioned above.
Still in the depths of the old Cold War with the Soviet Union, the White Paper sought to refocus Canada's commitment to NATO's European theatre to a level that the country could realistically meet.
The release by the New Zealand government of its much-anticipated Defence White Paper 2016 has coincided with important geopolitical changes in the Asia-Pacific region.
Sullivan Higdon & Sink issues a white paper "Evolving Trust in the Food Industry" paper which is intended to arm food marketers with insights into Americans' knowledge and trust of the food industry and how those perceptions have changed from 2012 to present.
Setting up meetings with clients on the back of distributing white papers
Aimed at highlighting the terms and conditions of the most popular social networks in use in the UAE, the latest white paper release focuses on YouTube, which has more than one billion unique visitors every month and more than 100 hours of video uploaded every minute.
The White Paper, which took one year to complete and involved over 150 separate consultations, was released in the midst of global uncertainty, especially with regard to the performance of Asian economies.
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has denied a report which suggested otherwise, putting to rest the confusion among Facebook users regarding a white paper the authority issued on Tuesday.
To download the Schneider Electric's new white paper app, visit the app store on your mobile device, search for 'Schneider Electric White Papers', and install the app.
The paper was authored by Elizabeth Thompson, a Madison, Wis., writer who has produced more than a dozen white papers for the CUNA Councils and drew on input from credit unions and industry experts and providers.