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attest to

To confirm that something is true. I can attest to her whereabouts on the night of the crime—she was with me the entire time.

attest to something

to certify or bear witness to a fact. I cannot attest to what you have reported. The witness attested to the suspect's presence at the scene of the crime.
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This allows the appropriate parties, often business managers, who are typically most knowledgeable about what end users really require to perform their jobs, to attest that users have only minimum necessary access.
In support of this foundation service, in support of this incredible privilege, the audit and attest team at the AICPA continues to work diligently to reinforce the value of these core services.
Delivering confirmed negative test results in just four hours, the 3M Attest Rapid Readout Biological Indicator (RRBI) for Ethylene Oxide (EO) Monitoring System provides this result in three steps.
The rules stipulate the following requirements for maintaining independence when a member performs nonattest services for all attest client:
Provide expanded guidance on the circumstances in which the use of attest reports should be restricted to specified parties.
Another proposed change would modernize the independence rule's provisions that apply to covered members--those subject to the most rigorous independence standards--who maintain credit card or cash-advance balances with their firms' financial-institution attest clients.
We are very pleased to continue our partnership with Attest," said Bob Kruger, vice president of enforcement for the BSA.
For example, the entity could enter into a contingent fee arrangement with an attest client of the member or accept commissions for the referral of products or services to such attest client.
Attest and Hardcat Provide a Seamless Interface between Their
She does not participate in any attest engagements for this client, is not in a position to influence the client's attest engagements or the professional staff performing those engagements and works in an office of the firm that performs none of the attest work for the client.
The preliminary response from our user base and worldwide network of Partners, System Integrators and Service Providers indicates that our development team has yet again come through with a superior product," said Gottlieb at a recent Attest Partner Training Session in London.
The new rules follow an approach that applies the highest level of restrictions to persons on the attest engagement team and to those who can, through personal or professional interaction, generally influence the team and, therefore, the outcome of the engagement.
ATTEST is a hardware emulation and verification process methodology that can perform up to three levels of verification prior to a hard silicon commitment.
10 supersedes all previous statements on Attest engagement standards.
The Business Software Alliance (BSA), the leading software industry watchdog group, announced today that in its exclusive partnership with Attest Systems, Inc.