regulatory agency

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Synonyms for regulatory agency

a governmental agency that regulates businesses in the public interest

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Where a regulatory agency is invested with decision-making powers, the current Community legal order imposes the constraint that this must remain limited to the adoption of individual decisions in a clearly specified area of Community legislation.
Taro UK has also been granted a marketing authorization by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency for Tarodent 0.
The majority of articles call for increased government control and transparency, while few articles inform the public on regulatory agency compliance and cooperation.
An independent regulatory agency created in 1975 to administer and enforce the Federal Election Campaign Act, the Federal Election Commission (FEC) spent three-years developing and revising Voting System Standards (VSS) to ensure the reliability of certified election equipment used in local, state and federal elections.
In the skilled nursing facility arena, the publication in rapid succession of multiple mandatory standards addressing hazard communication made OSHA the second most-active regulatory agency in the mid-to late 1990s, surpassed only by HCFA and the state regulatory agencies that carry out its survey and enforcement activities.
Ask the appropriate regulatory agency to determine applicability as early in the process as possible.
To reduce or minimize regulatory burden on the banking system that can arise from multiple examinations, the agencies have clarified and reaffirmed the agreement that the federal regulatory agency that has primary supervisory authority for that entity will conduct the examination or inspection of a bank or bank holding company.
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