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Synonyms for monitor

someone who supervises (an examination)


someone who gives a warning so that a mistake can be avoided

electronic equipment that is used to check the quality or content of electronic transmissions

a piece of electronic equipment that keeps track of the operation of a system continuously and warns of trouble

any of various large tropical carnivorous lizards of Africa and Asia and Australia

keep tabs on

check, track, or observe by means of a receiver

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Louis Berger's chief executive officer, Jim Stamatis, concluded: "As we have just completed our monitorship with the US Government, our most successful year in the company's history, and continued simplification and restricting of our operations, this presented an optimal time for us to transition to a new chapter in our evolution."
Concerns about cozy corporate monitorships led to Congressional hearings and a policy memorandum by the Acting Deputy Attorney General.
reports for the duration of the monitorship. (310) Recently, companies
Concerns about privilege may be addressed in limited waiver and confidentiality agreements with the monitor to ensure that the company receives notice and an opportunity to oppose any third-party requests to the monitor for company information learned during the course of the monitorship.
When he sensed he was losing his milk monitorship he staged a heart-tugging resignation, then set about stitching up every comrade who had ever fallen foul of his gargantuan ego.
The hung government of Gujral will have to work under the monitorship of other allied parties, particularly, the congress, who will not allow him to function independently, and in line with his party's manifesto, which will surely make the relation tense among allied parties.
However, there is also a need for flexibility to tailor a monitorship to the specifics of a company and its particular organizational environment.
with individuals directly involved in the monitorship process, including
Last but not least, he has been involved in a 3 year FCPA monitorship where KPMG Forensic has been engaged by the independent FCPA compliance monitor to assist the him in monitoring a large multinational company.
Jennifer is a certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) with significant experience in compliance and investigation matters, including recent work in connection with a New York Department of Financial Services monitorship evaluating a bank's AML program.