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Each organization has committed to changing aspects of its business model, which will be audited annually via a scorecard system.

From Quartz

If you want to get a sense of how prepared your state is for voting by mail, the Brookings Institution has given each state a scorecard.

In 2020, the HRC gave him a 0 out of 100 rating on their congressional scorecard.

Someone hired by Arise would listen to some of the agent’s calls and then send him a scorecard — with 40 items.

The day before the most recent issue of Fortune magazine went to press, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation released its 2020 Goalkeepers Report, the philanthropy’s latest scorecard on the global war on poverty and disease.

From Fortune

Obama also mentioned the College Scorecard (which, unfortunately, as of this writing, is not working).

If you look at the scorecard for the last six years, we are still falling behind.

As a result, the figures in the College Scorecard on student debt at graduation include parent loans.

The scorecard is ugly on that front, providing yet another reason for Democrats to accept a government shutdown, however painful.

“The scorecard is designed to give them a clear sense of where members of Congress stand,” Glaze says.

Thomas was as easy to read as an amateur's scorecard; runs were runs, hits were hits, outs were outs.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scorecard, such as: almanac, catalogue, list, yellow pages, agenda, and atlas.

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