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Synonyms for compliance

Synonyms for compliance

an act of willingly carrying out the wishes of others

the quality or state of willingly carrying out the wishes of others

Synonyms for compliance

acting according to certain accepted standards

a disposition or tendency to yield to the will of others

the act of submitting

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Storage and backup resource reporting and monitoring utilities function well as part of an ILM or ERM program and facilitate efforts at regulatory compliance initiatives.
Although much improved over the proposed rule, the final rule still contained serious problems for compliance deadlines, and lacked sufficient flexibility for many facilities to cost-effectively meet the standards and demonstrate compliance.
There is a greater emphasis on the entity's internal control over compliance for federal programs.
TEI represents a cross-section of the business community, and is dedicated to the development and effective implementation of sound tax policy, to promoting the uniform and equitable enforcement of the tax laws, and to reducing the cost and burden of administration and compliance to the benefit of taxpayers and government alike.
Network compliance for IP services is an industry challenge.
Let's begin by describing what corporate compliance is not.
Link reporting on the auditor's testing of compliance with laws and regulations and internal controls to the report on the financial statements.
Through 2011, companies that pursue an integrated strategy of a risk-oriented approach to compliance, standardization of controls and automation will reduce the scope of manual process controls by 70 percent and will get the most collateral business value from their compliance investments," according to a Gartner report (The 2006 Planning Guidance for Compliance: Risk- Orientation, Standardization and Automation By French Caldwell, Christine Adams, Tom Eid, April 2006).
This compliance burden is by no means equally shared among businesses and industries.
Compliance is the name given to multi-faceted programs designed to ensure that an organization's culture and collective processes meet legal, regulatory, and ethical requirements.
For most companies, initial compliance has focused on Sec.
For them, compliance is more than a regulatory mandate; it is essential to the integrity of the corporate brand and to retaining customers in a fiercely competitive marketplace.
Judge Gary Feess' rebuke came two days after the company monitoring how well the LAPD is following the consent decree's rules found the department out of compliance on 21 of the 45 items tested in the first three months of this year.
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