procedural control


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procedural control

A method of airspace control which relies on a combination of previously agreed and promulgated orders and procedures.
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Just as positive models assume away collective choice problems, they do not account for the myriad ways agencies can evade procedural control (or at least make it more difficult) when they make policy.
Taken together, the multiplicity of principals, the difficulty of evaluating outcomes, and the expense of cleaning up after the fact point naturally to procedural control.
My model incorporates the notion that the efficacy of procedural control is conditional on many facets of the political environment.
The IQCP template for the ROTEM is a synopsis of the engineering, internal, and procedural control features, submitted as recommendations to consider during the risk assessment period.