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The University of Michigan Health System in Ann Arbor created a pre-employment program whose staff is dedicated to conducting extensive interviews, verifying references, and researching employment gaps, says Jan Mulcrone, director of HR for the health system.
Notably, library and information scientists typically talk about evaluating the quality of information rather than about verifying the accuracy of information (see, e.g., Alexander & Tate, 1999; Cooke, 1999).
Verifying the alloys prior to shipment, he says, is the one way to assure the alloys are correctly sorted.
* Within 10 days of verifying a member of the list, an insurer must inform OFAC's Compliance Programs Division about the blocked policies, policy payments and claims via fax at (202) 622-1657.
These proposed rules implement section 326 of the USA Patriot Act, which directs the issuance of regulations requiting financial institutions to implement reasonable procedures for (1) verifying the identity of any person seeking to open an account, to the extent reasonable and practicable; (2) maintaining records of the information used to verify the person's identity; and (3) determining whether the person appears on any list of known or suspected terrorists or terrorist organizations.
The more options that become available to authenticate financial transactions by verifying the account holder's identity, the less likely individuals will become victims of identity theft.
* Sign-in sheets verifying attendance of staff at inservice training;
* verifying their authenticity in time (i.e., at the point at which they are originally used)
It seems the INS commissioner, on her way to make a speech about the effectiveness of verifying a person's identity through a federal computer database, had been late because the White House computer security system would not accept her identification documents.
The issue of tax authorities access to taxpayers' EDI processing, accounting or other systems for purposes of verifying or evaluating the integrity of those systems is not addressed in this regulation.
Verifying your applicant's social security number is very important.
Verifying a potential employee's legal status and maintaining related documentation can substantially increase an employer's administrative burden.