Administrative domain

administrative domain
(AD) A collection of hosts and routers, and the interconnecting network(s), managed by a single administrative authority.

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  • Administrative law

    the body of rules and principles that governs the duties and operations of federal or state administrative agencies, as commissions and boards. Contemporary Examples So of course, administrative law judges are awarding more disability payments to people now. Michael Tomasky on What Sullivan and Frum Get Wrong About Obama Michael Tomasky January 25, 2012 An […]

  • Administrative-law judge

    an official of a federal or state agency who hears, weighs, and decides on evidence in administrative proceedings, and makes recommendations for any necessary legal action.

  • Administrative leave

    leave, as from a government agency or department, arranged by special permission or directive: During the investigation she was placed on administrative leave with pay. Contemporary Examples Maxwell previously told The Daily Beast that the reasons for his administrative leave designation had never been explained to him. Kerry Reinstates Benghazi Officials Clinton Punished Josh Rogin […]

  • Administrative segregation

    the placement of prisoners in an isolated unit for the safety and security of the institution; solitary confinement.

  • Administrator

    a person who manages or has a talent for managing. Law. a person appointed by a court to take charge of the estate of a decedent, but not appointed in the decedent’s will. Also called Informal, admin. Computers. a person who manages and supports a computer system or network, as in a business or other […]

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