Definitions for "policy"
A contract of insurance, describing the term, coverage, premiums and deductibles. also called insurance policy.
The writing or instrument in which a contract of insurance is embodied; an instrument in writing containing the terms and conditions on which one party engages to indemnify another against loss arising from certain hazards, perils, or risks to which his person or property may be exposed. See Insurance.
The legal contract between an insurer and the insured individual/ company/ trustee, etc.
The method by which any institution is administered; system of management; course.
Management or administration based on temporal or material interest, rather than on principles of equity or honor; hence, worldly wisdom; dexterity of management; cunning; stratagem.
Prudence or wisdom in the management of public and private affairs; wisdom; sagacity; wit.
A ticket or warrant for money in the public funds.
A rule that an administrator places on the system, providing a way for an administrator to customize applications to organization-specific needs; policies are rules that govern the management of resources.(Security.) A long-term, broad strategy, with detail on interpretation and implementation.
(n.) A rule or set of rules that control behavior in an application, network, or system.
The settled method by which the government and affairs of a nation are, or may be, administered; a system of public or official administration, as designed to promote the external or internal prosperity of a state.
For a major opposition party, this is something to be released in enough time for it to be analysed, but not enough time for how stupid it actually is to sink into the public consciousness. Minor parties are spared this balancing act because their policies are not required to make sense or, indeed, exist. For a current government, policy is something with which you have been annoying the public for the last term.
Services which set boundaries for actions concerning human interaction with the environment and environmental processes. Examples include international agreements, production of consultation papers and strategy documents by government departments, and the preparation of plans by government agencies, regional development agencies and local authorities.
(See "Owner's Policy", "Mortgagee Policy", and "Loan Policy.")
This is policy that the Guild uses daily in its operation. E.g. Societies must put their details on all their promotional material. Policy is decided by passing motions at Guild Council.
This is policy which the Guild aspires to always achieve for example, campaigning against Top-Up fees. This policy is also decided by passing motions at Guild Council.
Motive; object; inducement.
A set of activities, which may differ in type and have different direct beneficiaries, directed towards common general objectives. Policies are not delimited in terms of time schedule or budget. See also general objectives, intervention, programme, project.
policy - A collection of configuration settings that are applied to one or more Exchange configuration objects. Policies simplify the administration of Exchange. You can define a policy that controls the configuration of some, or of all settings across a server or other objects in an Exchange organization. After policies are defined and implemented, editing the policy and then applying it changes the configuration of all servers and objects covered by the policy.
Keywords:  polity, civil
Civil polity.
A policy is a constraint on the behavior of agents or person or organization.
The way an application works is its policy. Policy imposes constraints which on the one hand limit freedom of design and implementation, and on the other hand make it easier to design and implement if the policy is followed. See also: policy-free
Establishes the framework for what will or will not be done on the UCI campus. Often broad and may contain delegation of authority information within the text.
A set of instructions and/or standards (normally written and formalized). Sources of policy pertinent to the DA system include but are not limited to Army Regulations, DoD Directives, DoD Instructions, Standard Operating Procedures, etc.
A prescriptive relation between entities of a distributed system.It can be expressed as an obligation, a permission or a prohibition. source: EU-P103 - PIR2.3 domain: Development Environment usage: EU-P103
A method of gambling by betting as to what numbers will be drawn in a lottery; as, to play policy.
Keywords:  avscv, merchant, chosen, minimum, fit
Relates to the AVSCV2 Service. The policy defines the minimum standard of checking that a transaction must meet in order to be accepted. The policy is chosen by the merchant to fit their business requirements
To regulate by laws; to reduce to order.
The regulation of access to network resources and services based on (business) administrative criteria.
A form of unofficial guidelines that private firms, individuals, and organizations create for internal (and in some cases, external) conduct. (Policy is not regulation.)
The complete set of configuration statements describing how to handle PAM requests for a particular service. A policy normally consists of four chains, one for each facility, though some services do not use all four facilities.
See Configuration Policy.
The usage restrictions and rights granted to users of the PACS.
A set of one or more compliance queries used to demonstrate the level of adherence to specific security requirements.
Policies are produced by organisations to clearly outline what staff must do, and not do, in certain situations.
An informal, generally natural language description of desired system behavior. Policies may be defined for particular requirements, such as confidentiality, integrity, availability, safety etc.
A special type of managed care plan under which you don't usually need permission from your Primary Care Physician to see a specialist.
Keywords:  seam, envelopes, medium, center, sizes
Open end, center seam envelopes – medium standard sizes.
Keywords:  privacy, see
See privacy policy
Keywords:  whole, taken, cash, life, account
Loan: A loan taken from the cash value account of a whole life policy (or one of its various forms).
A generic term used to refer to methods used in authentication, encryption, and compression.
Design question that affect the behavior of a system.
Keywords:  alternatives, collection
A policy is a collection of policy alternatives.
Keywords:  mechanism, see
See mechanism.
1) Establishes what should be done. Part of the Control activities.
Keywords:  security, company
A company's security policy.