One or more persons appointed or chosen, and commissioned to represent others, as in a convention, in Congress, etc.; the collective body of delegates; as, the delegation from Massachusetts; a deputation.
The formal process whereby a health care organization gives another entity the authority to perform a function on its behalf. Typical functions delegated include claim payment, credentialing, and utilization management.
If permitted by the underlying security mechanism, a principal (generally the context initiator) can designate a peer principal (usually the context acceptor) as a proxy by delegating its credentials to it. The delegated credentials can be used by the recipient to make requests on behalf of the original principal, as might be the case when a principal uses rlogin from machine to machine to machine.
is when public functions are transferred to lower levels of government, public corporations or any other authorities outside of the regular political-administrative structure to implement programmes on behalf of a government agency.
(del e GA tion) n: the assignment by a commander to a subordinate of his or her power to administer a specially limited function After his delegation of authority to his deputy, the commander was able to relax.
This is the ability to extend privileges to others â€“ you can think of it as authority about authority. As part of the support for distributed authority management, assignments can be made with or without passing on the ability to further delegate authority to others. Delegation works hand-in-hand with scope to provide a chain of delegated authority along hierarchical lines of an organization.
An entrustment of decision-making authority during transfer of request for work or offer of resources from a User or Agent to another Agent or Provider, or vice versa. The latter is provided with a well-defined scope of responsibility and privilege at each such layer of transfer of request or offer.
The act of assigning a property of your UserControl to one of its constituent controls. Delegating properties keeps you from having to write code to handle property changes. Instead, the inherent functionality of the constituent control is used.
principal (generally the context initiator) that, if permitted by the underlying security mechanism, can designate a peer principal (usually the context acceptor) as a proxy. A delegation designates a proxy by delegating its credentials to the peer. The delegated credentials can be used by the recipient to make requests on behalf of the original principal. This situation might happen when a principal uses the rlogin command from machine to machine to machine.
The management company may delegate certain tasks, such as the choice. (of management-related tasks) of securities held by the fund, but remains unconditionally responsible for decisions taken by its appointees as if for its own actions (see "Fund manager ").
The process of one Authority assigning control of an XRI namespace to another Authority by delegating an I-Name or I-Number that resolves to the target Authority. Delegation permits the construction of federated identifiers (identifiers that cross multiple Authorities).
Delegation is one of the most important security features of Active Directory. Delegation allows a higher administrative authority to grant specific administrative rights for containers and subtrees to individuals and groups. This eliminates the need for domain administrators with broad authority over large segments of users. An access-control entry can grant specific administrative rights on the objects in a container to a user or group. Rights are granted for specific operations on specific object classes using an ACE in the container access-control list.
The ability to assign responsibility for management and administration of a portion of the namespace to another user, group, or organization. For DNS, a name service record in the parent zone that lists the name server authoritative for the delegated zone. See also: Domain Name System (DNS)
Delegation is the handing of a task over to another person, usually a subordinate. It is the assignment of authority and responsibility to another person to carry out specific activities. It allows a subordinate to make decisions, i.e. it is a shift of decision-making authority from one organizational level to a lower one.
Delegation is a term used in the law of contracts to describe the act of giving another person the responsibility of carrying out the performance agreed to in a contract. Three parties are concerned with this act - the party who had incurred the obligation to perform under the contract is called the delegator; the party who assumes the responsibility of performing this duty is called the delegatee; and the party to whom this performance is owed is called the obligee.
Delegation, as a verb (see also delegate), is the process of designating the nameservers for a domain. As a noun, it is used to refer to the current set of nameservers to which a domain has been delegated.
an implementation mechanism in which an object, responding to an operation on itself, forwards the operation to another object; a mechanism in which methods may be attached directly to instances and where the method resolution is performed by searching a chain of instance pointers, rather than by searching a class heirarchy.
An object requests that a service (or work) be performed by another object rather than doing the work itself. Divides the main object and its implementation into separate object hierarchies. There are two ways to implement delegation:- Aggregate relationship- Associative relationship
Like inheritance in that a class definition is defined in terms of other class definitions but not necessarily via a static class hierarchy and often dynamically at runtime so that new dependencies can be added. Microsoft COM does not support inheritance but does support a kind of delegation allowing new behaviors to be added to running systems (an advantage).
The level of authority an agent must work within to carry out their job. (See also discretionary limit.) For example, an agent may have delegation to refund up to $100. Beyond this, the call must be escalated to a supervisor or team leader.