accredit


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  • verb

Synonyms for accredit

Synonyms for accredit

to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

Synonyms for accredit

grant credentials to

provide or send (envoys or embassadors) with official credentials

ascribe an achievement to

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The addition of the two companies brings the total number of Accredit UK certified companies up to seven, with five suppliers already accredited in the field of network, design and installation.
Vaughan Shayler, programme director for Accredit UK, said: "By using the Accredit UK standard, these newly certified companies are helping to make it easier for purchasers to feel confident to buy services from technology companies.
Incidentally, if the AICPA were to decide to accredit numerous narrow fields (not just one general field), the possibility of an individual qualifying in more than one field should be considered.
However, the task force ultimately concluded that, if the AICPA does accredit tax specialists, it should begin with a broad tax specialty.
NCQA accredits and certifies a wide range of health care organizations, recognizes physicians and physician groups in key clinical areas and manages the evolution of HEDIS, the tool the nation's health plans use to measure and report on their performance.
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