(policy) a plan of action adopted by an individual or social group; "it was a policy of retribution"; "a politician keeps changing his policies"
(policy) a line of argument rationalizing the course of action of a government; "they debated the policy or impolicy of the proposed legislation"
(policy) written contract or certificate of insurance; "you should have read the small print on your policy"
A policy is typically described as a principle or rule to guide decisions and achieve rational outcome(s). The term is not normally used to denote what is actually done, this is normally referred to as either procedure or protocol. ...
(policy) The art of governance; political science. [14th-18th c.]; A state; a polity. [14th-16th c.]; A set political system; civil administration. [15th-19th c.]; A trick; a stratagem. [15th-19th c.]; A principle of behaviour, conduct etc. ...
(Policy) A guiding principle designed to influence decisions, actions, etc. Typically, a policy designates a required process or procedure within an organization.
A policy is a constraint on the behavior of agents or person or organization. [W3C_2004a]
(Policy) Organization-wide rules governing acceptable use of computing resources, security practices, and guiding development of operational procedures
(Policy) The contract form issued by the company to explain the coverage provided.
(Policy) A statement of a person’s or group’s intended action on a matter
(Policy) An established course of action that must be followed. Look for Girl Scout policies in the Blue Book of Basic Documents 2006 and in the accompanying Leader's Digest. Council policies are found in The Leader Answer Book and are the responsibility of the board of directors.
(Policy) Formal document produced by the insurance company giving all details of the contract e.g. sum assured or insured, premium and payment frequency, term of the contract.
(Policy) A course of action or principle adopted or proposed by a government, party, individual, etc.; any course of action adopted as advantageous or expedient.
(policy) n. ~ plan of action, statement of ideals, etc proposed or adopted by a government, political party, business, etc
(policy) A general statement that guides decision making.
(Policy) This is the main part of the home insurance that you need to be concerned with. This is the contract that will include all the details of the insurance coverage. Details like your premium, and when your insurance will kick in are included in this area. You must make sure you read this.
(Policy) This refers to your health insurance agreement with your Health Fund. Your health insurance policy (also known as a health insurance plan) covers a specific range of services with a set excess or co-payment agreement in exchange for a set premium. ...
(Policy) The method of action selected from alternatives, given specific conditions to guide and determine present and future decisions.
(Policy) means this PDS (including any supplementary PDS) and your policy schedule.
(Policy) A guide that establishes the parameters for decision making and action.
(policy) The decision-making function (control strategy) of the agent, which represents a mapping from situations to actions.
(Policy) A written plan used to influence and determine decisions or actions about a specific issue.
(Policy) Formal statement of principles on which action(s) for a specific issue are based.
(Policy) A general principle or plan that guides the actions taken by an individual or group.
(Policy) The entire agreement between an insurer and the insured, including premiums, coverage, deductibles, and more.