Vetting is the process of performing a background check on someone before offering them employment, conferring an award, etc. A prospective person or project may be vetted before making a hiring decision. In addition, in intelligence gathering, assets are vetted to determine their usefulness.
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A part of target development that assesses the accuracy of the supporting intelligence to targeting.
The numerical value of vetting in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of vetting in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
We have a very slow process of moving refugees through our pipeline, and part of it is because of the security vetting component.
We should not short-circuit the vetting process -- we've got a normal vetting process. Simply allowing more people into our country doesn't solve this problem.
As the senior Romney advisor who handled VP vetting and had access to all the vetting documents, I can say that Senator Rubio 'passed' our vetting and we found nothing that disqualified him from serving as VP.
The answer to this is not to put a Band-Aid on this and allow even more people to come into America, we should not short-circuit the vetting process -- we've got a normal vetting process. Simply allowing more people into our country doesn't solve this problem.
It is revealing that the Republicans -- yet again -- are leaking cherry-picked excerpts of documents to support their preconceived political narrative without allowing committee members to even see their conclusions or vote on them first, by leaking information to reporters on condition that they not disclose it to Democrats, Republicans are intentionally bypassing the normal congressional vetting process designed to distinguish fact from fiction.
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