Influencing definition

Influencing means promoting, supporting, affecting, modifying, opposing or delaying by any means, including the providing of or use of information, statistics, studies, or analysis.
Influencing means contacting, either directly or indirectly, for the purpose of promoting, supporting, modifying, opposing, causing the delay or abandonment of conduct, or otherwise intentionally affecting the official actions by any means, including, but not limited to providing, preparing, processing, or submitting information, incentives, statistics, studies or analyses.
Influencing or attempting to influence," means making, with the intent to influence, any communication to or appearance before an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with any covered Federal action.

Examples of Influencing in a sentence

  • Factors Influencing the Introduction of Modern Art from Germany to Xxx Xxxx Xxxx, 0000–1933.

  • Influencing factors of lung cancer patients’ participation in shared decision-making: A cross-sectional study.


More Definitions of Influencing

Influencing means promoting, supporting, affecting,
Influencing means any communication, action, reportable expenditure as prescribed in Section 6 or other means used to promote, support, affect, modify, oppose or delay any executive, legislative or administrative action or to promote goodwill with officials as defined in subsection (c).
Influencing means the purposeful communication, either directly or through agents, for the purpose of promoting, supporting, modifying, opposing, causing the delay or abandonment of conduct, or otherwise intentionally affecting the official actions of a City official or City official-elect, by any means, including, but not limited to, providing or using persuasion, information, incentives, statistics, studies or analyses.
Influencing means promoting, supporting, modifying, opposing or delaying any legislative or administrative action by any means, including but not limited to the provision or use of information, statistics, studies or analyses. “Influencing” does not include the furnishing of information, statistics, studies or analyses requested by an official of the legislative or executive branch to such official, or the giving of testimony by an individual testifying at an official hearing conducted by officials of the legislative or executive branch.
Influencing in this case is more a matter of ensuring that these existing obligations are upheld. “Success” can be interpreted at two main levels. At one level, it might be considered that success has been achieved when AEWA principles, standards, ideas and suggestions are taken up and reflected in the policies and decisions of other multilateral processes. This can perhaps be viewed as success for AEWA inputs. This may be all that Target 1.6 in the Strategic Plan expects, in that it refers to AEWA priorities being “integrated” in these other processes, with the two suggested indicators for the target being (i) the “number of issues for which AEWA priorities have been formally communicated to the most relevant multilateral process(es)” and
Influencing means affecting or attempting to affect any action by a City official by any method, including providing information, promoting, supporting, opposing or seeking to modify or delay.
Influencing means any communication, action, making any reportable expenditure, or other means used to promote, support, affect, modify, oppose, or delay any legislative, executive, or administrative action, or to promote goodwill with the officials listed above