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Hroniss Grasu is on the watch lists for the Outland Trophy (nation's most outstanding interior lineman) and the Rimington Award (nation's premier center).
The web-based system simultaneously cross checks single customer transactions or an entire database against applicable watch lists.
This includes data on specific companies and business owners, including payroll receipts, financial data, bankruptcy records, liens, judgments, creditworthiness and whether the applicant is on the terrorism watch list.
In addition airport workers will have to be checked against the terrorist watch list before they are allowed to go unescorted past security checkpoints or on the tarmac, reports The Associated Press.
Generally, the federal government's approach to using watch lists in performing its border security mission is decentralized and nonstandard, largely because these lists were developed in response to individual agencies' unique missions, including their respective legal, cultural, and systems environments.
It allows Salesforce users to instantly check a name against applicable watch lists to assure total compliance while conducting a faster and more seamless transaction.
Sophomore quarterback Marcus Mariota and junior running back De'Anthony Thomas were both named to the Maxwell Award watch list, and junior cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu was given a spot on the Bednarik Award watch list.
DataFlux, a leading provider of data management solutions, today announced the findings from a survey of financial services companies that showed large firms lag behind smaller firms in watch list monitoring.
Oregon seniors John Boyett and Dion Jordan were named Thursday to a second watch list for an award honoring college football's defensive player of the year, and Carson York also has been named to an award's preseason watch list.
The NCFAA, which comprises most every major college football postseason award outside of the Heisman Trophy, is releasing various watch lists over the course of the next two weeks.
Financial institutions can complete in seconds an identity assessment of individuals by cross-referencing more than 23 billion records from multiple and independent data sources, including government watch lists.
Organizations can automatically match their databases against government watch lists to identify criminal suspects or suspicious financial transactions, including terrorists, money launderers, or drug traffickers.