Consensus definition

Consensus. ’ means unanimous concur- rence among the interests represented on a ne- gotiated rulemaking committee established under this subchapter, unless such commit- tee—
Consensus means all Expansion Stakeholders have notified Aurizon Network that they consider that a particular draft Pricing Proposal from Aurizon Network for an Expansion represents an acceptable distribution of Expansion Costs and apportionment of Volume Risk that is consistent with the Expansion Pricing Principles;
Consensus means "we can live with it, are comfortable with the result, and will own it when we take it to our Councils."

Examples of Consensus in a sentence

  • Emerging Lessons in Consensus Building for Public-Private Infrastructure – Draft.

  • Consensus Recommendations1 Analyst Recommendation Summary1Price Target Summary1Experts Recommendation Trends1 Revenue Estimates Analysis1 Earnings Estimates Analysis1 Historical Surprises1Revenue Estimates Trend1 Earnings Estimates Trend1 Revenue Revisions1 ANALYSIS FEATURES SWOT Analysis SWOT, which stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats, is an analytical framework that identifies the internal and external factors that are favorable and unfavorable for a company.

  • Pediatric acute respiratory distress syndrome: consensus recommendations from the Pediatric Acute Lung Injury Consensus Conference.

  • Goal: Lung protective ventilation using ventilatory parameters and approaches consistent with those recommended by the Pediatric Acute Lung Injury Consensus Conference (PALICC).

  • Nonpulmonary treatments for pediatric acute respiratory distress syndrome: proceedings from the Pediatric Acute Lung Injury Consensus Conference.


More Definitions of Consensus

Consensus is everyone in the group being able to support, agree to, or live with a particular decision.
Consensus means the absence of any formal objection made at the time the decision is taken;
Consensus means the opinion of experienced professionals based on general medical principles. Consensus recommendations are designated in the guideline as “generally well accepted,” “generally accepted,” “acceptable/accepted,” or “well-established.”
Consensus means approval of a decision by all voting Members of the Steering Committee, Subcommittee, Issue Team, or Work Group as determined by an explicit request for approval to the group at a time when the requisite quorum is present and in response to which no voting Member indicates opposition to the decision.
Consensus means that all Parties participating in a committee or other decision-making group consent to a decision. Consent does not necessarily imply that a Party agrees completely with a particular decision, just that the Party is willing to go along with the decision rather than block the action.
Consensus as used in this MOU shall mean the concurrence of each Party of the Executive Team on any given decision.
Consensus. ’ means unanimous concurrence among the interests represented on a negotiated rulemaking committee established under this subchapter, unless such committee (A) agrees to define such term to mean a general but not unanimous concurrence; or (B) agrees upon another specified definition.