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  • noun

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Synonyms for clearance

the act or process of eliminating

Synonyms for clearance

the distance by which one thing clears another

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vertical space available to allow easy passage under something

permission to proceed

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Jowyk understands the both the gravity and complexity of the security clearance process.
The shear of the polymer in the flight clearance can add significantly to the melt temperature and energy efficiency.
Because the clearance percentages for crimes committed by juveniles include only those clearances in which no adults were involved, the figures in this table should not be used to present a definitive picture of juvenile involvement in crime.
Categories: November 16, 2010, GAO High Risk Series, Internal controls, Personnel management, Personnel security clearance programs, Program evaluation, Program management, Quality assurance, Quality control, Quality improvement, Requirements definition, Schedule slippages, Security clearance backlogs, Security clearances, Security policies, Total quality management
MED also once denied clearances to patients in their first year after receiving a coronary artery stent because the re-occlusion rate was too high.
Ironically, neither a lack of financial smarts nor the accrual of massive debt have affected the security clearances of politicians serving in Washington--who piled an additional $2 trillion on the National Debt from fiscal year 2002 to 2005.
The management lessons regarding clearances are threefold.
The small or tightest tip clearance is the high shear-mixing zone.
Again, the supposedly classified material cited by DeWitt had been widely published elsewhere, but his security clearance was revoked anyway.
As a result of this recommendation, the Industrial Security Manual eliminated the requirement for contractors to pursue interim clearance action below the top secret level since all applications for secret and confidential clearances would be automatically considered for an interim clearance.
A tendency to push for too much classified paper and too many clearances is virtually built into the federal bureaucracy.
These problems include incomplete investigative reports from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), the agency primarily responsible for providing clearance investigation services; the granting of some clearances by DOD adjudicators even when required data were missing from the investigative reports used to make such determinations; and delays in completing clearance processing.
A security clearance does not expire, but Top Secret clearances are subject to reinvestigation every five years, and Secret clearances are subject to reinvestigation every 10 years.
0) percent of clearances for violent crime offenses involved only juveniles (individuals under age 18); 17.
Do the timeliness statistics provide a full picture of how quickly clearances are being issued?