A Treatise on Regulatory Compliance
Keywords:Regulatory Compliance, Risk Assessment, Key Indicators, Licensing, Monitoring, Measurement
This treatise provides some insights into certain assumptions related to regulatory compliance and the implications for regulatory researchers and policy-makers for the future development of rules and regulations. Once regulatory compliance decision making moves from requiring full compliance with all rules to a substantial regulatory compliance decision making approach, the measurement and monitoring systems employed to assess programs and facilities change dramatically.
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