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Monthly, he meets with a budding community of data protection officers in China, who carefully watch how data governance is evolving around the world.

In 1995, it created the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee, a multi-stakeholder body to help the country set principles for internet governance.

The Trusts Project is bound to face some governance issues of its own.

VSM tools allow you to embed governance into existing system development cycles.

If a publisher is concerned over who is buying them, they should start with who is selling them and place governance on that.

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The attendees, who included John Adams and George Washington, set about forming a plan of governance for the new nation.

Good governance would mean sticks and coal for too many of our favorite politicians.

While not all 86 million maintain positions of governance or public service, the Party's machinery runs on watchmaker precision.

But while the obstacles to evidence-based governance are formidable, they are not insurmountable.

Therefore, reforming this trade is part of a comprehensive strategy, including regional governance reforms, to help end the war.

To him was committed the creation of the world; and the governance of it for 10,000 years, of which 4000 still remain to run.

So have I seen this grand law asserting the governance of its God in those Alpine crags on which the stars seem to pause.

The end of the seventeenth century put in the place of city governance the tyranny of a hundred petty Princes.

With right good will, said Arthur; for Sir Galahalt, the haut prince, shall have you in governance.

Luckily for him, his reason still had some governance over his action.


On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to governance, such as: administration, control, law, politics, authority, and bureaucracy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.