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White Paper

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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.

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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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According to the whitepaper, "On a long run expected basis, Japan's earthquake loss potential (insurance and uninsured) averages to over $20 billion per year."
The whitepaper Trends in High-Value Research Publishing 2019 - Beyond transactions: how understanding user behaviour creates competitive advantage can be downloaded for free at https://publishinteractive.com/whitepaper/beyond-transactions/
Download the whitepaper and watch a recording of a recent webinar with Highwire's founding director, John Sack, who outlined the key outputs and his views on the findings, at https://www.highwirepress.com/plans
The whitepaper examined common issues experienced by first-time entrepreneurs and highlighted the need for more reliable and up-to-date information on start-up funding in the UAE.
Here, visitors can access the whitepaper, infographics and video material, alongside technical details of Eaton's adaptive evacuation products, including the GuideLED and Matrix exit sign luminaires, all enabled by the CGLine+ control system.
The whitepaper assesses this question, benchmarking South Africa's platform readiness against its G20 peers.
The majority of existing defences, which use pattern matching techniques to find threats, are unable to detect new attacks that use legitimate user credentials to access sensitive information, meaning that companies risk not be able to detect and report a breach within the 72 hours stipulated by GDPR, said the whitepaper. The resultant fines can amount to E20 million ($23.6 million), or 4 per cent of annual turnover.
However far from calling for existing systems to be replaced, ArubaA[sup.3]s whitepaper suggests that these products remain essential as part of an effective GDPR strategy.
A recent whitepaper produced by NTVB Media revealed that the marketing officer average newspaper consumer watches five hours and four minutes of television per day and has at least 194 channels (basic cable) to choose from.
Entrust Datacard, a provider of trusted identity and secure transaction technology solutions, has announced its contribution to the new IIC IoT Security Maturity Model: Description and Intended Use whitepaper, the company said.
Addressing a press conference, PTI's core committee member Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar issued a whitepaper on 'the role of government and rising child molestation and sexual violence cases and deteriorating law and order situation'.
With the Industrial Strategy Whitepaper potentially only months away from being published, the importance of manufacturing to the economy can't be underestimated - it is increasingly vital and it is now critical that we educate all stakeholders about its real value and contribution to growth.