BPSS definition

BPSS means the recognised standard for HMG for staff vetting which comprises verification of (1) identity, (2) employment history, (3) nationality and immigration status (including the right to work), and Criminal Records Bureau check (including a five (5) year address history check).
BPSS means the recognised standard for HMG for staff vetting which comprises verification of

Examples of BPSS in a sentence

  • Undergo a Baseline Personal Security Standard (BPSS) check in accordance with the Association’s Security requirements.

  • When the outcome of this question matches the ideal outcome for a BPSS the suitability of a systems becomes higher.

  • DR4 is met by calculating the percentage of process characteristics the BPSS supports.

  • If the present value of the synergies is less than the premium paid, then the deal has destroyed value and the market will eventually identify this value loss and correct itself.Other factors advanced as determining the level of the premium paid include deal characteristics such as deal value (Moeller et al, 2004), toehold (percentage of shares held in the target by the acquirer at announcement (Eckbo, 2009)), level of target hostility (Schwert, 2000), and method of payment (Myers and Majluf, 1984).

  • In contrast, the ACM assessment framework presented in this paper assesses the type of BPSS most suitable for a process.


More Definitions of BPSS

BPSS means the HMG Baseline Personnel Security Standard;“BS11000Framework”means the following framework: (a) Awarenessintegrating collaboration within the business;(b) Knowledgedeveloping collaborative strategies; (c) Internal Assessmentunderstanding your collaborative capability;(d) Partner Selectionevaluating collaborative potential;(e) Working Togethersetting the governance and management;(f) Value Creationjoint continual improvement;(g) Staying Together – managing relationships over time; and (h) Exit Strategyeffective disengagement;“Business Continuity Plan”has the meaning given to such term in paragraph 1.2(b) of Schedule 13 (Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity);“Business Plans”means the Outline Business Plans unless and until they are superseded by the Detailed Business Plans;“Calendar Day”means a period of twenty-four (24) consecutive hours ending at 12:00 midnight;“CALM”means CALM Axiel Software version 9.1.1;“CASVAG”means Caithness & Sutherland Visitor Attraction Group;“Change”means any change to this Contract including to any of the Services;
BPSS means baseline personnel security standard as outlined in the Cabinet Office Security Policy Framework.
BPSS means the Government’s Baseline Personal Security Standard, as contained in requirement 23 of the SPF;
BPSS means the Government’s Baseline Personnel Security Standard for Government employees available at: www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/200551/HMG_Baseline_Personnel_Security_Standard_V3_2_Apr-2013.pdf