be on the radar (screen)

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be on the radar (screen)

To be considered important or noteworthy; within the spectrum of (someone's) awareness, attention, or consideration. If you want this issue to be on the radar of mainstream America, you have to frame it as something that will hit people in their wallets. The band was hugely popular in the '80s, but they haven't been on the radar screen in the last decade or so.
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In particular, it is encouraging to see that most respondents conduct assessments not only of legal risks but also of the dangers of ethical lapses, which, under the new Sentencing Guidelines, should be on the radar screen of all companies.