Auditable definition

Auditable means an auditable ERDS event, as referenced in Section, Accountability Requirements.
Auditable financial statements are financial statements that while not yet audited, meet all requirements for Audited financial statements.

Examples of Auditable in a sentence

  • Auditable records of access, copying, movement, transmission, backups, or modification of content must be securely stored for a period of at least one year.

  • This RFP requests pricing for an indefinite quantity of products or related services with national sales distribution and service.• Auditable Pricing.

  • Auditable labor distribution records which reflect the actual activities of employees are maintained to support the mix of direct/indirect charges.

  • IE will consider Bulletins or Circulars which may be proposed by any NRC office, but retains ultimate responsibility for the decision regarding issuance.

  • No policies are Auditable, Reporting Form policies or policies subject to Retrospective Rating, except policies listed at right or as indicated on the Schedule of Policies.No policies are subject to Minimum Earned Premium except policies listed at right or as indicated on the Schedule of Policies.

  • Auditable back-up documentation, including invoices, cost allocations, etc.

  • Auditable records must be maintained and made available to the state.

  • Wallach, STAR­Vote: A Secure, Transaprent, Auditable, and Reliable Voting System.

  • Auditable Evaluation Criteria: Normative statements that are used by auditors to evaluate compliance to a standard.

  • Auditable units of priority and frequency of review are determined by adopting a risk-based approach, and the annual internal audit plan is reviewed and approved by the Group Audit Committee.

More Definitions of Auditable

Auditable means the voting system generates records that enable external auditors to verify that ballots are correctly tabulated, even if the system is compromised or there are faults in components. The manufacturer is to provide a procedure to verify that cast records are correctly tabulated.
Auditable means the presence of features and characteristics that are needed to verify the proper functioning of controls in any given information subsystem.
Auditable means evidence that the work has been carried out must be kept and made available to an Authorised Person upon request. Evidence may include, but is not limited to, invoices for ammunition, bait or contract labour, or the presence and obvious use of traps or bait stations, a tally of possums killed, the tails as evidence, or receipts of payment for skins (with tally) or fur (with weight), or the results of a

Related to Auditable

  • Audit means the examination of a person or the inspection of the books, records, memoranda, or accounts of a person, ordered to appear before the Tax Administrator, for the purpose of determining liability for a municipal income tax.

  • Clinical Nurse Specialist means a registered nurse with relevant post-basic qualifications and 12 months’ experience working in the clinical area of his/her specified post-basic qualification, or a minimum of four years’ post-basic registration experience, including three years’ experience in the relevant specialist field and who satisfies the local criteria.

  • Auditing Party means the Party conducting an audit of the Audited Party’s books, records, data and other documents.

  • Auditing Services means those services within the scope of the practice of a certified public accounting firm licensed under Chapter 473 of the Florida Statutes, and qualified to conduct audits in accordance with government auditing standards as adopted by the Florida Board of Accountancy.

  • Audited Party means the Party being audited by the Auditing Party.

  • Auditor means the person for the time being performing the duties of auditor of the Company (if any).

  • FTE means full-time equated.

  • Routine Patient Costs means all health care services that are otherwise covered under the Group Contract for the treatment of cancer or other Life-threatening Condition that is typically covered for a patient who is not enrolled in an Approved Clinical Trial.

  • Compliance Audit means the procedure (in a form advised by the GLA from time to time) by which an auditor independent of the Grant Recipient certifies (at the Grant Recipient's cost) whether the Named Projects developed or Rehabilitated pursuant to this Agreement satisfy the GLA's procedural compliance requirements (as described in the Affordable Housing Capital Funding Guide);

  • Technical Auditor means the Person appointed in accordance with the USF Services and Subsidy Agreement;

  • cost accountant means a cost accountant as defined in clause (b) of sub-section (1) of section 2 of the Cost and Works Accountants Act, 1959 (23 of 1959) and who has obtained a certificate of practice under sub-section (1) of section 6 of that Act;

  • Maintenance and Operations Revenue or “M&O Revenue” means (i) those revenues which the District receives from the levy of its annual ad valorem maintenance and operations tax pursuant to Section 45.002 of the TEXAS EDUCATION CODE, or other lawful authority, and Article VII § 3 of the TEXAS CONSTITUTION, plus (ii) all State revenues to which the District is or may be entitled under the applicable provisions of the TEXAS EDUCATION CODE or any other statutory provision as well as any amendment or successor statute to these provisions, as applicable, less

  • Non-Participating Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist means a Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist who does not have a written agreement with the Claim Administrator or another Blue Cross and/or Blue Shield Plan to provide services to you at the time services are rendered.

  • Corrective Maintenance means the maintenance which is required when an item has failed or worn out, to bring it back to working order, which may also include those services necessary to partially restore, renew or strengthen an existing Department facility or system, following damage caused by use or normal wear and tear.

  • Calibration means the process of setting a measurement system's response so that its output agrees with a range of reference signals.

  • Major maintenance means the adjustment, repair or replacement of a component or module that could affect the accuracy of a measurement.

  • Participating Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist means a Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist who has a written agreement with the Claim Administrator or another Blue Cross and/or Blue Shield Plan to provide services to you at the time services are rendered.

  • Clinical experience means providing direct services to individuals with mental illness or the provision of direct geriatric services or special education services. Experience may include supervised internships, practicums, and field experience.

  • Forecast GDP means the average forecast for British Columbia’s real GDP growth made by the Economic Forecast Council and as reported in the annual February budget of the government;

  • Recalibration means the adjustment of all APG weights to reflect changes in relative re- source consumption.

  • Sublicense Revenues means all consideration, in whatever form, due from a Sublicensee to Licensee or to another Sublicensee in return for the grant of a sublicense of Licensee’s rights under Section 3.1 and Section 3.2 of this Agreement, excluding consideration in the form of: (i) royalties received by Licensee and calculated wholly as a function of sales of Licensed Products or Licensed Services, (ii) payments or reimbursement for documented sponsored research and/or development activities, valued at the actual direct cost of such activities on a fully burdened basis (including reasonable margin for overhead), (iii) payment or reimbursement of reasonable patent expenses actually incurred or paid by Licensee and not otherwise reimbursed, or payment of patent expenses required to by paid by Licensee hereunder, (iv) payments for the purchase of equity in Licensee at the fair market value of such equity on the date that the obligation to make such payment arises, (v) payments recognized as Net Sales or Sublicensee Net Sales under this Agreement for which a royalty is payable to COH (vi) capital investments (debt and/or equity) at fair market value, and (vii) amounts paid for supplies of materials or other tangible materials which are not Licensed Products or performance of services which are not Licensed Services. By way of clarification, the principal amount of any bona fide loan or other extension of credit provided to Licensee or an Affiliate of Licensee shall not be deemed to constitute “Sublicense Revenues.”

  • Engineering controls means constructed containment barriers or systems that control one or more of the following: downward migration, infiltration, or seepage of surface runoff or rain; or natural leaching migration of contaminants through the subsurface over time. Examples include caps, engineered bottom barriers, immobilization processes, and vertical barriers.

  • Substantiated means an abuse investigation has been completed by the Department or the Department's designee and the preponderance of the evidence establishes the abuse occurred.

  • Sublicense Revenue means any payments or other consideration that CTI actually receives from a Sublicensee as consideration for the grant of a Sublicense, including, without limitation, milestone payments, license fees, license maintenance fees and equity. Sublicense Revenue excludes (i) purchases of equity or debt of TGTX, (ii) payments made for GTX’s performance of any research, Development, or Commercialization of any Licensed Product, (iii) (b) royalties on Net Sales (or, in the case of a profit sharing deal structure, shares of net profits) which are covered in Section 5.9, and (iv) any payment or reimbursement of any costs or expenses incurred by TGTX for filing, prosecution, maintenance, or defense of any DFCI Patents. In the event such consideration received from a Sublicensee is not cash, Sublicense Revenue shall be calculated by TGTX based on the fair market value of such consideration, at the time of the transaction, assuming an arm’s length transaction made in the odinary course of business.

  • Forecast means the hourly forecast of (a) the total electric energy production of the Generating Facility (in MWh) when the Generating Facility is not PIRP-eligible or Buyer is not Scheduling Coordinator net of the Site Host Load and Station Use, or (b) the available total generation capacity of the Generating Facility (in MW) when the Generating Facility is PIRP-eligible and Buyer is Scheduling Coordinator net of the Site Host Load and Station Use.

  • High-temperature coating means a high performance coating labeled and formulated for application to substrates exposed continuously or intermittently to temperatures above 204oC (400oF).