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Based on its risk assessment, each covered entity shall implement controls, including encryption, to protect nonpublic information held or transmitted by the covered entity both in transit over external networks and at rest.
Amongst the patients from nonpublic health care centres, 91.26% indicated such a possibility, with 84.72% declarations from patients of public health care institutions,
(5) Therefore, given the state of the literature, this article examines the direct and indirect influence of macroeconomic and firm-specific risks on public and nonpublic firms' leverage.
We examine the benefits both public and nonpublic organizations have experienced by improving internal controls, specifically those related to improving the financial reporting and external/internal audit processes, automating manual controls, reducing nonvalue-added work, eliminating human resource costs, and improving overall operations.
There is much debate today over whether SOX should be extended to cover nonpublic entities, better known as the cascading of SOX.
The AICPA, notably in a group of briefs, reports, and white papers titled "The State Cascade--An Overview of the State Issues Related to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act" (www.aicpa.org/statelegis/index.asp) has stated that the restrictions needed for large (public) companies are not needed for small (nonpublic) companies.
Congress and the presidents renewed the ESEA eight times between 1965 and 2002, yet the gains for nonpublic (mostly Roman Catholic) schools were more illusory than real.
* Uses systematic procedures designed to ensure credible and reliable ratings, manage potential conflicts of interest and prevent the misuse of nonpublic information, and has sufficient financial resources to ensure compliance with those procedures.
Martha." Citing the hypocrisy and machinations at the SEC and Justice Department in pursuing "insider trading" violations, McMenamin acknowledges that trading on material, nonpublic information "should be regulated by existing criminal laws" or "left to the public companies and the stock exchanges." Agreed.
(6) Under the duty to disclose or abstain, a person in knowing possession (or "aware") of material nonpublic information must either disclose the information or abstain from trading when the other party to the transaction is entitled to know the information because of a fiduciary duty or other relationship of trust and confidence between them.
Funded through the state's tobacco settlement, the program provides $60 per pupil for the purchase of nonreligious textbooks in nonpublic schools where tuition does not exceed the average per-pupil expenditures of public schools.
This study hopes to fill that void by comparing the achievement of students who went to kindergarten, either public or nonpublic, to the achievement of students who did not attend kindergarten.