DQA

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AcronymDefinition
DQADirection de la Qualité (French: Directorate of Quality)
DQADevelopment Quality Assurance (various organizations)
DQAData Quality Assessment
DQAData Quality Act
DQAdata quality assurance
DQADirector Quality Assurance
DQADiagonal Quadratic Approximation
DQADelivery Quality Assurance
DQADepartment of Quality Assurance
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Under the Data Quality Act, OMB's guidelines direct federal
reprieve from regulation of atrazine gained under the Data Quality Act).
The Data Quality Act gives HHS two months to respond to the petition.
On its face, the Data Quality Act merely requires government agencies to field complaints over the data, studies, and reports they disseminate, in order to ensure the "quality, objectivity, utility, and integrity" of the information.
The Data Quality Act "allows you to begin inputting, and access the process [from] the very beginning?
The issue of whether the Data Quality Act will promote greater scientific rigor or whether it will stand in the way of regulatory decision making is coming to a head as the U.S.
The guerilla warfare that has in fact replaced the conventional model of agency action reflected in American Trucking is now institutionalized for all regulatory decisionmaking through the Shelby Amendment and the Data Quality Act. Indeed, the difference between the optimistic, and increasingly out-of-touch, conventional view of administrative action, and the new, subterranean administrative law was foreshadowed by the D.C.
In "One-Act Farce" [Annotation, June], Bryant Urstadt alleges that the Competitive Enterprise Institute's petition under the federal Data Quality Act to cease dissemination of the National Assessment on Climate Change was based on the idea that we "found" a "friendly scientist ...
Congress is considering tort reform; the Data Quality Act (Office of Management and Budget 2002) produced a large number of new federal regulations about how government agencies may use scientific data; Daubert hearings (Project on Scientific Knowledge and Public Policy 2003), based on a 10-year-old Supreme Court decision and its progeny, dominate product liability and toxic tort litigation; and the American Law Institute is revisiting its Restatement of Torts (American Law Institute 2003) that proposes to tell judges and others how scientists determine causation.
Although technically an extension of the Paperwork Reduction Act, the Data Quality Act forces regulatory agencies to produce reams of extra paperwork.
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