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positive vetting

noun [U]
 
UK
the detailed examination of a person's past, political beliefs, etc. in order to discover if they are suitable for a government job which might involve dealing with secret information
(對從事政府保密性工作的人進行的)道德審查,正面調查
Government administration and organisationTesting, checking and experimenting
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in Chinese (Simplified) (对从事保密性政府工作的人进行的)道德审查,政审…
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