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the act or result of judging the worth or value of something or someone

a compulsory contribution, usually of money, that is required for the support of a government

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sup][22] Trueness verification EQA programs, which are not affected by matrix effects of control materials, can overcome the deficiencies of traditional EQA programs.
In both these instances, the EQAS result was labelled as 'unsatisfactory'.
The Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute protocol documents MM14-A, Proficiency Testing (External Quality Assessment) for Molecular Methods, (31) GP27-A2, Using Proficiency Testing to Improve the Clinical Laboratory, (32) and GP29-A2, Assessment of Laboratory Tests When Proficiency Testing is Not Available, (19) offer guidance for the management and operation of PT/ EQA for PT providers as well as molecular genetic diagnostic laboratories.
More than a year after the EQA was scuttled, the co-chairs of the state legislature's Joint Committee on Education filed a bill, later enacted, creating a new Advisory Council on District Accountability and Assistance.
This data, related to potential misdiagnosis of Type 3 VWD (as Type 1 or Type 2 VWD), using laboratory testing on VWF deficient plasma, expands on previous reports from our EQA related to potential misdiagnosis of Type 2 VWD as Type 1 or Type 3 VWD, and potential misdiagnosis of Type 1 VWD as Type 2 or Type 3 VWD.
Different makes of blood cell analyzers vary in their response to EQA samples.
National Quality Award should be situated just below the EQA in the piramid shown in the figure 1.
The EQA rationale appeared in cases throughout the 1980s, (85) and the Ninth Circuit formalized the approach in 2000 when it held that sex-differentiated appearance standards that impose unequal burdens on men and women violate Title VII, whereas appearance standards that impose different but essentially equal burdens on men and women do not.
The EQA consists of a model that uses 20 criteria that impact earnings quality (see Exhibit 2), applied as a "rolling evaluation" of all periods presented in the financial statements.
Firms which are considered as "the most accomplished exponent of TQM in Europe" are given the EQA (EQA, 1994).
In the EQA model, which was applied in the British construction industry, nine items comprise the list of evaluation criteria.
Out of a pool of 57 applicants, there were three 1999 EQA winners.
2) Nortel - Netas, a subsidiary of Nortel, were EQA winners in 1996;
AEG Pakistan is now introducing the self-assessment programmes to prepare itself for acquiring the international quality awards such as EQA.
They will also be providing training in the European Quality Award model for EQA assessor training.