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credentials

noun authorization, certificates, documents, identification, papers, passport, proof of authority, recommendations, records, references, vouchers

CREDENTIALS, international law. The instruments which authorize and establish a public minister in his character with the state or prince to whom they are addressed. If the state or prince receive the minister, he can be received only in the quality attributed to him in his credentials. They are, as it were, his letter of attorney, his mandate patent, mandatum manifestum. Vattel, liv. 4, c. 6, Sec. 76.

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The Department is to make use of XTecs AuthentX PIV-I Service for the issuance of interoperable credentials to Department of Commerce personnel ineligible for PIV credentials.
Proponents of credentials will need to demonstrate credentials reflect true differences in the capacity to deliver health care.
The bill allows the Insurance Commission to enter into contract with a company to perform credentials verification for all practitioners who require credentialing;
The Navy is funding approximately 14,000-16,000 credentials this year.
The Navy is funding approximately 14,000 to 16,000 credentials this year.
It's important for all DAV and Auxiliary delegates attending our National Convention to obtain proper credentials in order to be seated as voting delegates representing their Department, Chapter or Unit," National Adjutant Arthur H.
The first authentication system that issues multiple types of credentials from a single infrastructure, the TriCipher Armored Credential System (TACS) allows for authentication strength to change in response to new threats without any infrastructure changes.
CPAs with a certified information technology professional credential from the AICPA can distinguish themselves by bridging business and technology in a manner that non-CPAs cannot.
Entry to the credential is based on fulfillment of the examination component, a life-long learning component and an experience requirement under the parameters of the "Multiple Entry Points System" adopted by the AICPA for all of its specialty credentials.
The companies will collaborate to market identity management and badging solutions that enable convergence of physical and digital credentials for secure access and smart card-based identification capabilities.
Recognizing the reality of a nationwide teacher shortage, a state panel on Thursday gave California educators with emergency credentials - including 1,300 in Los Angeles Unified - until 2006 to become fully credentialed.
Today, NEHA is developing a policy to clarify the purpose and value of the most popular NEHA credentials, the Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian (R.