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Mandate

Allocation of funds to an investment manager to be managed for a specific purpose or style. Also refers to the formal appointment to advise on or arrange a project financing.

Mandate

1. See: Order.

2. The appointment of a person to make arrangements for the financing of a project.
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Copies of the study results, including the state-by-state table listing all 992 mandated benefits, may be ordered from the Health Benefits Letter at a cost of S5.
Four federally mandated benefit laws discussed below override ERISA's provisions on exemptions for self-insured firms.
Departments can implement this process for any training program; however, mandated training requirements exist for all law enforcement officers.
For all practical purposes, people don't like to be mandated to, especially state DOTs," Amirkhanian adds.
How much conformity to state mandated curricular objectives should there be in teaching/learning, as compared to novel, unique objectives in teaching and learning?
TABLE 1 DEFINITION OF VARIABLES x = Mandated level of environmental quality B(x) = Social benefit of the mandate b(x) = Private benefit of the mandate to the state C(x, e, [Theta]) = Cost of implementing the mandate e = State's effort to minimize the cost of implementation [Theta] = Random factor affecting the cost of implementation T(C) = Transfer payment from the federal government to the state [x.
Mandated territories were to be transferred to the trusteeship system through an agreement between the mandatory, the General Assembly, and the Trusteeship Council.
The eleven bills exceeding the $50 million UMRA threshold addressed five distinct mandates: (1) minimum wage increase; (2) parity for mental health in health insurance; (3) preemption of state securities fees; (4) mandated use of Social Security numbers on driver's licenses; and (5) extension of federal occupational safety and health to state and local employees.
The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act of 1974 resulted in the implementation of mandated reporting across the United States.
In the proposed New York bill, for example, coverage would be mandated for patients enrolled in clinical trials if, among other things, the trials have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration as part of investigational new drug exemptions.
State Mandated Local Government Expenditures and Revenue Limitations in South Carolina, South Carolina Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, 1988.
Arguments about whether employers should pay 50 or 80 percent of mandated premiums are misleading.