Thesaurus / oversight


State and local units holding the vast majority of inmates in the Marshals’ custody are subjected to weaker covid-related oversight than private prisons that contract with the agency, says the Justice Department’s internal watchdog.
To provide oversight of the operation of existing laws and the institutions they undergird.
Advocates of stricter financial industry oversight have identified a number of areas of potential concern highlighted by the recent turmoil.
Our work represents the latest progress towards the kind of autonomous robot ecosystems that could help build humanity’s future homes, far away from Earth and far away from human oversight.
Though charter schools are designed to operate outside the rules of school district bureaucracies, the state allowed them to expand for years with very little oversight despite continuing controversy over financial scandals and other problems.
As many continued to get sick throughout the year, unions tried to raise the alarm, and in some cases protested the working conditions and lack of oversight.
It gives the appearance of oversight, but the process is ultimately controlled by Facebook itself.
Having oversight on what your competitors are doing will help you better assess what descriptions are click-worthy among your target audience.
A content hub can unlock that holistic oversight of content coming in and content going out, and marketing teams will know whether messaging is aligned with the audience and customers.
Decisions regarding online speech should instead be made under government oversight.


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