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1. The implementation and management of a policy. A company's senior officers (such as the board of directors) set the policies and its managers (and sometimes the officers themselves) are responsible for administration.

2. In an estate, the management of the assets of a decedent until they are discharged to his/her heirs.
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And if so, do you give owners any specific warnings about administering these drugs at home?
The revised standards will affect all 30,000 firms enrolled in the AICPA peer review program and the state societies that administer it (administering entities).
One of the primary reasons administering FMLA leave is difficult is that federal regulations provide just the minimum requirements, Brantman said.
Regardless of what agency, which contracting command, or the size of the contracting office, acquisition reform applies to all those in the business of procuring and administering services in the federal government.
Although administering appropriate antibiotics as well as antitoxin is a standard of care for patients with diphtheria, antitoxin was not given to this patient because of her rapid response to the erythromycin therapy.
Then the staff member has immediate access and the medication remain s in the "controlled possession of the person responsible for administering" it (Standard HW-18).
I believe that a strategy of prepping the ear with EDTA before administering systemic antibiotics is a very good idea for the treatment of children with chronic otorrhea.
Administering 70 percent of all student aid, office of student financial assistance leverages Informatica Power Center to improve access to information
The AMDA paper discusses the challenges that long-term care providers face in administering medications and lays out a system wide framework for reducing errors.
Much attention during the past few years has been focused on problems related to prescribing, administering, and managing medications, especially in the elderly population.
"You don't have to worry about administering your catalog, and [the publisher] makes sure your money is collected.
One exception to this limitation applies to certain "performance-based" compensation, provided, among other requirements, the committee establishing and administering the compensation arrangement consists solely of two or more "outside directors," within the meaning of section 162(m).