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  • adj. Not regulatory

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Examples

  • There is no federal security mandate for smart meters, according to George W. Arnold, national coordinator for smart-grid interoperability at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, a nonregulatory agency of the U.S.

    Getting Smart About Smart Meters

  • Thus, we are told by the Finanical Times that, in Brussels, "EU diplomats" are suggesting that Mr McCreevy's announcement today was "designed to give member states a last chance to find nonregulatory solutions".

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • We said that the rules should be simple and nonregulatory, that they should not favor one technology over another, and they should give individuals and organizations maximum freedom to form electronic contracts as they see fit.

    Remarks By The President At Signing Of Electronic Signatures

  • EPA issues nonregulatory companion guidance-the Recovered Materials Advisory Notice (RMAN) - that recommends levels of recycled content for those items.

    BNET Articles

  • EPA also issues nonregulatory companion guidance-the Recovered Materials Advisory Notice (RMAN) - that recommends levels of recycled content for these items.

    BNET Articles

  • The TCC is a consortium of regional, nonregulatory education service centers in the state of Texas.

    PRWeb - Daily News Feed

  • The Chemical Safety Board, a nonregulatory arm of the federal government, found the safety culture at BP was severely lacking and the company put making money before maintaining equipment and establishing a strong safety culture.

    The Daily News - News

  • Such a plan is nonregulatory and not legally binding, but is used by the county's planning department, planning board and commissioners to guide land-use recommendations and decisions.

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  • Environmental Protection Agency, the 1972 Clean Water Act "employs a variety of regulatory and nonregulatory tools to sharply reduce direct pollutant discharges into waterways, finance municipal wastewater treatment facilities, and manage polluted runoff."

    The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register

  • The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), a nonregulatory agency of the U.S.

    UCLA Newsroom: UCLA Newsroom

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