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vetting

The process of thoroughly investigating—e.g., by checking background with police, prior employers, medical school, etc.—a candidate applying for a position in which trustworthiness and reliability are critically important to the position/job.
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'There was no evidence to prove that the vetting board flouted any constitutional provisions in conducting the vetting exercise," he said.
Ministry of Agriculture officials were by yesterday still waiting for the vetting forms to enable them clear farmers.The starts from the ward level where chiefs establish the real farmers and their acreage.
"When an individuals' vetting expires or their role changes their vetting is renewed to the required standard.
NSVS will handle in excess of 200,000 vetting requests a year, performing a range of detailed checks on applicants, including financial status, address verification and criminal record checks.
She said: "The officer concerned always had the appropriate vetting, but the appropriate record was not locally updated as the individual was temporarily working in another force.
He said: "When I joined the unit there was no formal structure to how South Wales Police approached the vetting process.
He said: "When I joined the unit there was no formal structure to how we approached the vetting process.
"The inspection identified quite a number of disturbing examples where vetting processes have failed.
Tweeting after the vetting was concluded, Ms Wambui, @Waambui who describes herself on Twitter as a social critic, said Kenyan MPs always want to determine their salaries and benefits, hence, Mr Chumo heading the salaries review commission would be a gift for them."They are not just vetting but also betting on him.
He also asked the officials to step aside and submit their personal information to Kinyua ahead of the vetting.
Forces should move to fully comply with national vetting guidelines 'as a matter of urgency', it said, and no later than next April.
He informed the court that as at Friday, 458 public officers had voluntarily submitted to the Office of the President, the information required for the vetting.