certification

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Kanun) doğrulama
(Askeri,Havacılık) sertifikasyon

Şu sıralar BT sertifikasyonlarına çalışmaya çok vakit harcıyorum. - I've been spending a lot of time studying for IT certifications recently.

ruhsat
onay
belgeleme
onay belgesi
belge
(Tıp) Belli bir dalda uzmanlaştığına dair belge kazanam
(Tıp) Hastayı zorunlu olarak akıl hastanesine yatırma
[n] tasdikname
(Nükleer Bilimler) belge verme
{i} onaylama
(Tıp) Bildirilmesi zorunlu bir hastalığı gerekli yerlere bildirme
sertifika

Bu aralar IT sertifikasyonlarına çalışmak için epey zaman harcıyorum. - I've been spending a lot of time studying for IT certifications recently.

Şu sıralar BT sertifikasyonlarına çalışmaya çok vakit harcıyorum. - I've been spending a lot of time studying for IT certifications recently.

(Askeri,Teknik,Ticaret) belgelendirme
(Kanun,Ticaret) tasdik etme
tastim
certificate
sertifika

İki başarı sertifikası alacaksın. - You shall receive two certificates of achievement.

Posta ile sertifikanı alacaksın. - You'll be receiving your certificate in the mail.

certification authority
(Politika, Siyaset) onay kurumu
certification body
(Politika, Siyaset) sertifikasyon kuruluşu
certification system
(Turizm) sertifikasyon sistemi
certification and accreditation
(Askeri) sertifikasyon ve akreditasyon (belgeleme ve tanıtma)
certification audit
(Ticaret) tasdik denetimi
certification grade products
(Ticaret) sertifikalı ürünler
certification inspection
vesikalandırma denetimi
certification mark
(Ticaret) kalite onay işareti
certification mark
(Ticaret) onay damgası
certification mark system
(Ticaret) belgeleme işaret sistemi
certification of laboratory
(Ticaret) laboratuvarın belgelendirmesi
certification of union
(Ticaret) sendika yetkilendirme belgesi
certification plate
tescil plakası
certification regulation label
(Otomotiv) ruhsat düzenleme etiketi
certification site
(Askeri) belgelendirme yeri
certification teller
(Ticaret) çeki kabul eden veznedar
certificate, certification
Sertifika
certificate
{i} belge

Sağlık sigortası belgeni görmeme izin ver. - Let me see your health insurance certificate.

Uzun bir bekleyişten sonra, ona kimlik olarak onun doğum belgesinin onaylı bir nüshasını alması gerektiği söyleniyor. - After a long wait in line, she was told she should get a certified copy of her birth certificate as identification.

certificate
diploma

Eğer bir tıp diploman varsa, onu getir. - If you have a medical certificate, bring it.

certificate
(Kanun) beyanname
certificate
senet

Jill'i hisse senetlerini çalmakla suçlayacak hiçbir dayanağın yok. - You have no grounds for accusing Jill of stealing the stock certificates.

certificate
(Kanun) tevsik etmek
certificate
(Sigorta,Ticaret) lisans belgesi
certificate
bitirme belgesi
certificate
bröve
certificate
(Kanun) zeyilname
certificate
şehadetname
certificate
rapor
certificate
durum belgesi
teacher certification
(Eğitim) öğretmenlik sertifikası
certificate
onay belgesi
e-certification
e-sertifikasyon, e-belgeleme
effort certification/cost sharing
çaba belgelendirme / maliyet paylaşımı
self certification
öz sertifikasyon
vendor certification
Satıcı sertifikasyon
certificate
health certificate sağlık belgesi
certificate
{f} belgelemek
certificate
ruhsat
certificate
{i} tasdikname
certificate
{f} belge vermek
certificate
certificate of registry gemi tasdiknamesi
certificate
{i} kimlik

Uzun bir bekleyişten sonra, ona kimlik olarak onun doğum belgesinin onaylı bir nüshasını alması gerektiği söyleniyor. - After a long wait in line, she was told she should get a certified copy of her birth certificate as identification.

certificate
certificate of origin menşe belgesi
certificate
ruhsat vermek
certificate
ilmühaber
certificate
birth certificate nüfus kâğıdı
certificate
belgelememek
certificate
(Hukuk) şahadetname
certificate
doğrulama belgesi
certificate
(Hukuk) vesika
certificate
(Askeri) BELGE: Bir şeyin gerçeğe uygun olduğunu ifade eden yazılı ve basılı vesika
european organization for testing and certification
(Avrupa Birliği) (EOTC) Avrupa Test ve Belgelendirme Organizasyonu
factory certification
(Ticaret) fabrika belgelendirmesi
iso 9000 certification
(Ticaret) iso 9000 belgelendirmesi
laboratory certification
(Avrupa Birliği) laboratuar belgelendirmesi
mandatory certification
(Ticaret) zorunlu belgelendirme
obtain certification
belge almak
obtain certification
onay almak
personnel certification
(Ticaret) personel belgelendirme
security certification
(Askeri) EMNİYET BELGESİ (SERTİFİKASI)
verification, validation, and certification
(Askeri) teyit, doğrulama ve belgeleme
voluntary certification
(Ticaret) ihtiyari belgelendirme
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The granting of a certificate
The act of certifying
A professional qualification that certifies a person's ability
The action of the Governor when he or she assures that the General Assembly's acceptance of the Governor's amendatory veto of a bill conforms to the Governor's specific recommendations for change The bill becomes law if the Governor certifies the bill The bill is returned to the General Assembly as a vetoed bill if the Governor does not certify the bill
The process of creating a public key or attribute certificate for an entity [WD15782] (see also certificate) (includes Certification Authority, certificate, certification path, certification practice statement, cross certification)
The process of testing and evaluation against specifications designed to document, verify, and recognize the competence of a person, organization, or other entity to perform a function or service, usually for a specified time
the act of certifying or bestowing a franchise on
confirmation that some fact or statement is true
refers to a procedure by which a third party (certification body or testing laboratory) gives written assurance that a product, process, or service conforms to specified requirements
a procedure introduced by the 1993 Act, it allowed the Secretary of State to remove the right to appeal to the Tribunal by certifying that a claim for asylum fell within one of the categories set out in the act This principle has been maintained by Schedule IV, Paragraph 9 of the 1999 Act, and the certification procedure has been applied to other areas such as certification that a human rights claim has been made simply to delay removal, or certification that a third country EU member state has accepted responsibility for determining the asylum-seeker's claim
Acknowledgement that a validation was completed and criteria established by the certifying organization for issuing a certificate (or branding) has been met
The comprehensive evaluation of the technical and nontechnical security features of an AIS and other safeguards, made in support of the accreditation process, that establishes the extent to which a particular design and implementation meet a specified set of security requirements [8]
validating the authenticity of something or someone
Certification of a product as sustainable or ecologically preferred requires the careful and thorough examination of the product from its raw material extraction through its manufacturing, using a preset list of guidelines established and administered by an independent certifying agency
An official notice, either on the transcript or on a certification form provided by a community college, verifying that a transfer student has completed courses satisfying all or a portion of the lower division general education requirement Certification of CSU GE or IGETC is an important step in the transfer process
State certification is designed to increase professionalism in the field In general, it involves setting and enforcing professional standards, similar to the process of certifying teachers Often a test is administered to beginning probation officers Certification is usually for an initial time period, such as a year Thereafter, renewal generally requires additional training
{i} endorsement, accreditation
The technical evaluation performed as part of, and in support of, the accreditation process that establishes the extent to which a particular computer system or network design and implementation meet a pre-specified set of security requirements This evaluation may be performed internally or by an external accrediting agency Part of administrative procedures to guard data integrity, confidentiality, and availability
The process by which a non-governmental agency or association grants professional recognition to an individual who has met certain predetermined qualifications specified by that agency or association [The National Board for Professional Teacher Standards grants advanced certification ]
(1) Comprehensive evaluation of the technical and nontechnical security features of an AIS (automated information system) and other safeguards, made in support of the approval/accreditation process, to establish the extent to which a particular design and implementation meet a set of specified security requirements Note: There remain two other definitions in active common usage that differ according to circumstances (2) The issue of a formal statement confirming the results of an evaluation, and that the evaluation criteria used were correctly applied Synonym for IT (information technology) security certification
The process of confirming that a system or component complies with its specified requirements and is acceptable for operational use
(1) official recognition of advanced status, outstanding performance or a high level of expertise in the profession, usually granted to incumbent teachers who have several years of teaching experience (2) sometimes certification is used as a synonym for credential or license See Credentialing, License, NBPTS
A comprehensive evaluation of the technical and non-technical security features of an IT system Also, other safeguards in support of the accreditation process in order to establish the extent to which an IT system meets a set of specified security requirements
Process for officially documenting that a participant can competently provide a service(s) (e g , IUD or Norplant implant insertion and removal, safe and clean delivery) Certification is bestowed by an authorized organization (e g , Ministry of Education or Health), educational institution (e g , medical or nursing school) or agency Generally, training organizations do not certify participants (See also Qualification and Competency)
a document attesting to the truth of certain stated facts
  [The] comprehensive evaluation of the technical and nontechnical security features of an AIS [automated information system] and other safeguards, made in support of the accreditation process, to establish the extent to which a particular design and implementation meets a set of specified security requirements [NIS]
The process of validating performance and/or compliance with the requirements of established standards Typically, this means obtaining written verification of an employee's compliance with specific requirements Another example would be laboratory certification
is a process by which a non-governmental organization grants recognition to a person who has met certain predetermined qualifications specified by that organization and who voluntarily seeks such recognition NAST does not certify individuals or units
Formal evaluation of a security system to determine whether the system conforms to a specified set of security requirements and standards The main certification standards are the US TCSEC and the European ITSEC schemes These and others are expected to be replaced by the Common Criteria (CC), which is a new certification standard incorporating the best features of the existing standards
The Federal government calls upon a new optional Classification service offered by UL (Underwriters Laboratories, Inc ) to certify surge suppressor performance to their 1996 purchase specification (CID) A manufacturer should be willing to share their test results to this new testing, but may be unwilling if the test results are not favorable This testing is referred to as UL 1449 Adjunct Classification, and will show the performance and endurance of a surge suppressor as certified by UL testing
The process by which a state Medicaid agency evaluates and approves a provider for receipt of reimbursements from the Medicaid program For example, a nursing facility may not receive Medicaid reimbursements or enter into a provider agreement with the state under which reimbursements are authorized unless it is certified An institutional provider will usually receive certification for participation in the Medicaid program after its facility has been inspected and surveyed by state surveyors for compliance with applicable federal regulations The term is also used in connection with peer review programs to refer to the approval of particular services rendered to a patient for payment by third-party insurers and payors such as the Medicare and Medicaid programs Services must be certified as being medically necessary and appropriate if the provider rendering the services is to be reimbursed
The procedure by which third party gives written assurance that a product, process, or service conforms to specific requirements See also registration
is the written statement, required annually by the availability pay regulations, that a criminal investigator is expected to meet the substantial hours requirement in 5 CFR 550 183 [5 CFR 550 183 and 550 184] [HRO Part 2, Chapter 1, Availability Pay]
certification authority
A trusted third party whose purpose is to sign certificates for network entities it has authenticated using secure means Other network entities can check the signature to verify that a CA has authenticated the bearer of a certificate See: SSL/TLS Encryption
certification authority
– a trusted third-party organization that issues Digital Certificates for use in secured environments online Examples include Verisign, Thawte Consulting and QuoVadis
certification authority
An authority trusted by one or more users to create and assign certificates Optionally managers based on reliable technical information
certification authority
A "trusted third-party" organization which is used to confirm the relationship between a party to the https transaction and that party's public key
certification authority
An authority trusted by one or more users to create, issue and manage the life-cycle of certificates
certification authority
An internal entity or a trusted third-party organization that issues digital certificates used to create digital signatures and public-private key pairs CAs are a critical component in data security and electronic commerce because they guarantee that the two parties exchanging information are really who they claim to be They issue, sign, revoke and manage digital certificates
certification authority
An organisation that creates and signs public key certificates
certification authority
An entity (referred as a trusted third party) that attests to the identity of a person or an organization A CA might be an external company offering certificate services or it might be an internal organization, such as a corporate MIS department The CA's chief function is to verify the identity of entities and issue digital certificates attesting to that identity
certification authority
A trusted entity issuing certificates confirming the identity of, or given facts associated with, the certificate's subject
certification authority
A Center trusted by one or more entities to create and assign certificates
certification authority
The internal or trusted third party responsible for issuing secure electronic identities to users in the form of digital certificates
certification authority
The CA is an authority trusted by one or more users to issue and manage certificates The CA is the security solution for conducting business on the Internet The CA ensures that electronic transactions are conducted with confidentiality, data integrity, proper user authentication, and protection against repudiation NFC serves as the CA for its customers
certification authority
An authority trusted by one or more users to create and assign public key certificates Optionally the CA may create the user's keys It is important to note that the CA is responsible for the public key certificates during their whole lifetime, not just for issuing them
certification authority
A trusted third-party organization or company that issues digital certificates used to create digital signatures and public-private key pairs The role of the CA in this process is to guarantee that the individual granted the unique certificate is, in fact, who he or she claims to be Usually, this means that the CA has an arrangement with a financial institution, such as a credit card company, which provides it with information to confirm an individual's claimed identity CAs are a critical component in data security and electronic commerce because they guarantee that the two parties exchanging information are really who they claim to be (Added: 9/27/99)
certification authority
A certification authority is a trusted third party who confirms the identity of an organization The CA will first satisfy itself that an organization is exactly who or what it claims to be, and will then issue that organization with a 'certificate' The certificate is likely to be in the form of an electronic key or value It can be presented electronically to the CA for verification and confirmation at any time by a trading partner In some ways the certificate is analogous with a credit card Both the certificate and the credit card allow two parties to trade with some degree of security without any further proof of identity
certification authority
An entity that issues digital certificates (especially X 509 certificates) and vouches for the binding between the data items in a certificate See Also X 509
certification authority
A third party organisation which is used to confirm the relationship between a party to the https transaction and that party's public key Certification authorities may be widely known and trusted institutions for internet based transactions, though where https is used on companies internal networks, an internal department within the company may fulfill this role
certification authority
Trusted entity that signs public key certificates
certification authority
An entity that issues, manages, and revokes certificates
certification authority
A Certification Authority (CA) is a logical entity which issues certificates normally covering a geographical area or an organisation which requires a public key infrastructure (PKI) A certificate is signed by the CA, which guarantees the identity of the certificate owner It is the responsibility of the CA to verify the identity of the users and to issue, manage and revoke certificates
certification authority
A Center trusted by one or more entities to create and assign certificates [X931][X962] An authority trusted by one or more users to create and assign certificates Optionally the certification authority may create the users' keys [X509] An entity trusted by one or more entities to create and assign certificates [X 62][x930: 1][x930: 3][x931: 3][x942][x957] An entity trusted by one or more entities to create assign and revoke or hold public key certificates [WD15782] An entity trusted by one or more other entities to create and assign certificates [X942] (see also certificate, certification) (includes Attribute Authority, CA-certificate, CRL distribution point, Certificate Revocation List, authorized signatory, certification path, certification practice statement, delta-CRL, policy mapping, policy qualifier, subject CA, subscriber)
certification authority
An authority trusted by one or more users to create and assign public key certificates Optionally the Certification Authority may create the user's keys It is important to note that the Certification Authority is responsible for the public key certificates during their whole lifetime, not just for issuing them
certification authority
A Certification Authority is a trusted third party that issues digital certificates and validates the identity of the holder of a digital certificate
certification authority
A person (see definition for PERSON) authorized to issue certificates Under the VeriSign PCS, a CA is subordinate to a PCA (Cf , REGISTRATION AUTHORITY; TRUSTED THIRD PARTY)
certificate
To supply with a certificate, especially following certification
certificate
The information needed in order to verify a positive answer to a problem
certificate
{n} a testimony given in writing
board certification
The process by which a person is tested and approved to practice in a specialty field, especially medicine, after successfully completing the requirements of a board of specialists in that field. For a physician, board certification is required in order to have the privilege of practicing in a hospital
certificate
cert
certificate
A written assurance that identifies at least the name and address of the enterprise certified, effective date of certification, certification number, categories of organic operation, name and address of certification body, and standards to which the enterprise is certified
certificate
In cryptography, an electronic document binding some pieces of information together, such as a user's identity and public key Certifying Authorities (CA's) provide certificates
certificate
Often called "digital certificates", this is a credential that includes security information and keys
certificate
A digital credential A certificate is an electronic identity document conforming to the ISO X 509 authentication protocol The X 509 protocols make up the ISO (International Organization for Standardization) authentication framework The framework provides for authentication across networks Part of X 509 defines the structure for public-key certificates Certificates typically contain a user's name or other identifying information and public key A Certificate Authority, (CA) authorizes certificates by signing the contents using its CA signing private key
certificate
A message (see definition for MESSAGE) that, at least, states a name or identifies the IA, identifies the subscriber, contains the subscriber's public key, identifies the certificate's operational period, contains a certificate serial number, and is digitally signed by the IA All references to a "Class [1, 2, or 3] certificate" or to a "certificate" without a modifying adjective are intended as references to both "normal" and "provisional" certificates, unless the context requires otherwise References to a certificate refer exclusively to certificates issued by an IA (Cf , PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE)
certificate
A certificate is an identifier for a secure server In Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer, both the secure server and the browser use certificates to see if secure transactions may take place
certificate
digital certificates similar to X 509 self-signed (root) certificates, except there can be more than one signature on PGP certificates
certificate
To verify or vouch for by certificate
certificate
To furnish with a certificate; as, to certificate the captain of a vessel; a certificated teacher
certificate
a formal declaration that documents a fact of relevance to finance and investment; the holder has a right to receive interest or dividends; "he held several valuable securities"
certificate
A written testimony to the truth of any fact; as, certificate of good behavior
certificate
A certificate is an official document that you receive when you have completed a course of study or training. The qualification that you receive is sometimes also called a certificate. To the right of the fireplace are various framed certificates. the Post-Graduate Certificate of Education
certificate
Certificates are data which is used to verify digital signatures A certificate is only as trustworthy as the agency which issued it A certificate is used to verify a particular signed item, such as an Email message or a web page The digital signature, the item and the certificate are all processed by a mathematical program It is possible to say, if the signature is valid, that "According to the agency which issued the certificate, the signer was (some name)"
certificate
A certificate is a digitally signed statement from one entity (person, company, etc ), saying that the public key of some other entity has some particular value If you trust the signature on the certificate, you trust that the association in the certificate between the specified public key and the other entity is authentic
certificate
a document containing a certified statement
certificate
In cryptography, an electronic document binding some pieces of information together, such as a user's identity and public key A Certificate Authority (CA) provides certificates
certificate
A written declaration legally authenticated
certificate
{f} confirm; authorize by certificate, license
certificate
In cryptography, an electronic document binding some pieces of information together, such as a user's identity and public-key Certifying Authorities (CA's) provide certificates
certificate
a document attesting to the truth of certain stated facts
certificate
One of the basic elements of Grid security, used to certify your identity on Grid resources See Certificates
certificate
a document attesting to the truth of certain stated facts authorize by certificate present someone with a certificate
certificate
The public key and identity of an entity together with some other information, rendered unforgeable by signing the certificate with the private key of the certifying authority which issued that certificate In the X9 59 Standard the term certificate shall mean a public-key certificate (X9 59)
certificate
A digital "passport " A certificate is a secure electronic identity conforming to the X 509 standard Certificates typically contain a user's name and public key A CA authorizes certificates by signing the contents using its CA signing private key
certificate
certification approval or identification; 1) when dealing security, an entity grants certificates to those that pass their criteria for security and identifies the bearer; 2) when dealing with privacy, the certificate identifies the bearer; in both cases a granting entity is known as a Certificate Authority and is usually a private company; also see digital signature
certificate
present someone with a certificate
certificate
Can refer to either an Attribute Certificate or a Public Key Certificate certificate Where there is no distinction made the context should be assumed to apply to both an AC and a public key certificate
certificate
A certificate is an award for the successful completion of a specified number of units in a vocational/technical program General education courses are not required for a certificate Upon completion of the required units a petition for the certificate must be completed with a counselor
certificate
a document evidencing ownership or debt
certificate
A digital certificate is an electronic document which links a public key to a person or a company in a public key infrastructure enabling the user(s) to send encrypted and digitally signed electronic messages The certificate identifies the user and is required to verify his digital signature The certificate contains information about the identity and public key of the person/company as well as the certificate's expiration date Furthermore, the certificate may contain information about the usage of the certificate Each certificate is signed with the private key of the CA It vouches for an individual or organisational identity A digital certificate can be compared to a driver's license or an ID card in that it authorises the bearer to conduct certain operations, hence making it possible to secure e-business activities
certificate
A data record used for authenticating network entities such as a server or a client A certificate contains X 509 information pieces about its owner (called the subject) and the signing Certificate Authority (called the issuer), plus the owner's public key and the signature made by the CA Network entities verify these signatures using CA certificates See: SSL/TLS Encryption
certificate
A digitally signed record that states the properties of some entity
certificate
A certificate is an official document stating that particular facts are true. birth certificates. share certificates
certificate
authorize by certificate
certificate
{i} official document (birth certificate, license, etc.)
certificate
Cryptographic systems use this file as proof of identity It contains a user's name and public key
certificate
A digital document that is commonly used for authentication and secure exchange of information on open networks, such as the Internet, extranets, and intranets A certificate securely binds a public key to the entity that holds the corresponding private key Certificates are digitally signed by the issuing certification authority and can be issued for a user, a computer, or a service The most widely accepted format for certificates is defined by the ITU-T X 509 version 3 international standard See also certification authority; private key; public key
certificate
The public key and identity of an entity together with other information rendered unforgettable by signing the certificate with the private key of the certifying authority
certificate
A document that is used to certify that a user or organisation is who they say they are They contain information about who it belongs to, who it was issued by, expiry date and information that can be used to check out the contents of the certificate It is as an important part of the SSL system for establishing secure connections See Also: Certificate Authority , SSL
pre-certification
The process of deciding whether or not BCBSKS will cover a specific service Check the health plan carefully Certain procedures, like surgery, require pre-certification This means the member needs to check with BCBSKS to see if the service is covered before it is received
pre-certification
Refers to certifying the medical necessity and level of care in advance Pre-certification does not guarantee that contract benefits will be available
pre-certification
- a review by Intracorp to determine if a scheduled service or admission is medically necessary and meets any notification requirements of the Plan
pre-certification
The process in which health care professionals evaluate an attending physicians request for a patients admission to a hospital to evaluate whether or not inpatient care is necessary The health care professional involved in the evaluation process are employed by the insurance companies and/or health plans
pre-certification
The prior authorization required by some managed care companies before health benefit payments will be authorized See "Authorization "
pre-certification
UR function that certifies the number of days a claimant will need to stay in the hospital in advance of the admission and/or procedure
pre-certification
prior assessment by the insurance carrier that proposed services (e g , hospitalization) are medially appropriate and necessary for a member and are covered by the member's insurance plan
pre-certification
Through Health Net’s Certification Program, you obtain approval for coverage before receiving certain types of services Pre-certification can protect you from undergoing unnecessary medical procedures and paying bills for services that the plan does not cover When you receive pre-certification, it means that Health Net has determined that the procedure your physician recommends is medically necessary Pre-certification also confirms that Health Net covers the procedure under the Stanford Student Dependent Insurance Plan If you do not obtain pre-certification, the plan reduces its payment for covered services to 50 percent
pre-certification
Requirement of your insurance company to determine medical necessity for services rendered Pre-certification does not guarantee benefits for payment Benefits are based on policy provisions in force at the time services are rendered Questions about pre-certification requirements in your contract should be directed to your insurance plan
rabbinic certification
certificate of rabbinic authorization; certificate of kashrut from the rabbinate
rabbinical certification
authorization by the rabbinate
self certification
Is where a lender will allow you to put your income down on the application form, however, they will not verify it leaving the onus on the client to make sure they do not over commit themselves
self certification
A mortgage loan where the borrower makes a statement of his or her income and the lender makes fewer checks than normal on the accuracy of this statement
self certification
Vendors conduct their own conformance tests instead of relying on a third party to conduct them An end user may challenge the conformance to the standard and only at that time does the vendor have to produce the conformance test results
self-certification
This is a type of mortgage that requires no proof of income other than what is stated on the application form Ty6pically, a deposit of 15% or more of the value of the property would be required
self-certification
With this mortgage the borrower provides a statement of his or her income and the lender may or may not check the accuracy of the information provided
self-certification
when you sign a form or note to say that you have been ill, to explain why you have not been at work or school for a short time
signature of certification
signature that gives a document legal validity
subject to certification
depends on authorization, will go into effect only after certification
vendor certification
(Ticaret) The verification of vendor processes, delivery cycle and quality levels that allow that supplier to be categorized as an acceptable provider of a specific material or service, as determined by the customer. It may include the pre-certification of parts shipped as having acceptable quality and the elimination of incoming inspection when received
certification

    الواصلة

    cer·ti·fi·ca·tion

    التركية النطق

    sırtıfıkeyşın

    النطق

    /ˌsərtəfəˈkāsʜən/ /ˌsɜrtəfəˈkeɪʃən/

    فيديوهات

    ... whether it's the certification process, ...
    ... Sometimes it's certification issues, but it's a known ...

    كلمة اليوم

    gastronome
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