A regulatory agency (also regulatory authority, regulatory body or regulator) is a public authority or government agency responsible for exercising autonomous authority over some area of human activity in a regulatory or supervisory capacity. An independent regulatory agency is a regulatory agency that is independent from other branches or arms of the government.
What is the primary purpose of a health care regulatory agency.
A regulatory agency is a government agency or a public authority that is formed or mandated by a legislative act. Its purpose is to enforce or implement specific laws.
The FBI is an agency of the United States government. However, it is not a regulatory agency. Rather it's job is to focus on major crimes and criminals.
The executive agency would be in charge of running the whole program. The regulatory agency would make sure all laws and rules are followed.
Two examples are the Federal Communications Commission and the Nuclear Regulatory commission.
While it is not possible to completely guarantee anyones safety on an airplane, the name of the regulatory agency which oversees aircraft operation is the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the regulatory agency which oversees transportation safety is the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).
The word 'regulatory' means restricting according to rules or principles. Regulatory is the regulating agency, committee, or department of a given industry or societal sector.
Each state has different regulations on who can do a loan modification. Check with the regulatory agency in your state. Usually it is the regulatory agency for banks and financing or real estate.
AnswerInterstate Commerce Commision
A regulatory body is also called a regulatory agency or regulatory authority. It is typically part of the executive branch of the government. It is a government body that was formed under the terms of a statute or legislative act.
Department of Financial Institutions. State run regulatory agency.
to regulate .... hints the name
According to the federal government, it could be both.
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
Independent regulatory agencies are those agencies that are not part of the United States government, but run independently. Examples of these are the Central Intelligence Agency and the Environmental Protection Agency.
regulate nations economy
Communications Regulatory Agency?
financial services agency (FSA)
A regulatory agency enforces statues.
IRDA - = Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority =