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“Right around the time a 9.0 tsunami struck Japan and left in its wake the worst nuclear reactor disaster since Chernobyl, the Transportation Security Administration made public the results of its internal review that show what they call "record-keeping errors" and miscalculations by TSA contractors.”
“She contends that U.S. officials overreacted, rather than dealing pragmatically with adoption procedures in a country where poverty and a long-running insurgency fueled widespread child abandonment, impaired record-keeping, and hampered official investigative capabilities.”
“He agrees that Nepal's record-keeping in regard to abandoned children is imperfect, but says the U.S. could have campaigned for better safeguards while keeping the adoption process on track.”
“He also asked if the data collected iS being archived in accordance with federal record-keeping laws.”
“Tons of paperwork, record-keeping, dotting of the 'i's' and 't's'.”
“Moreover, as the IRS learned long ago, many professionals are persistently poor record keepers who are unable to substantiate their spending for business expenditures, mainly because of the strict record-keeping requirements for entertainment and travel expenses.”
“In 2010 -- the future dreamed of by the drivers of decades past -- vehicle recalls spiked above 20 million, the third highest since record-keeping began.”
“Most zealously, he hews to the IRS's gold standard of "contemporaneous record-keeping" by noting expenses on his Outlook calendar soon after they occur.”
“Dealers should be required to meet robust standards to protect market integrity and lower risk and should be subject to stringent record-keeping requirements.”
“Rohack also called for efficiency measures such as electronic record-keeping to reduce administrative costs, as well as protection for doctors from excessive malpractice lawsuits.”
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