A procedure is
|“||[a] method of performing an operation or a manner of proceeding on a course of action. It differs from policy in that it directs action in a particular situation to perform a specific task within the guidelines of policy. Both policies and procedures are goal-oriented. However, policy establishes limits to action, whereas procedure directs responses within those limits.||”|
|“||a group of methods, consisting of all the steps that are taken to record, analyze, transmit, and store information needed to serve a single, specific purpose.||”|
|“||a detailed step-by-step, task-level definition of actions required to achieve a certain result.||”|
- U.S. Department of Justice, Minimum Criminal Intelligence Training Standards for Law Enforcement and Other Criminal Justice Agencies in the United States 44 (Ver. 2) (Oct. 2007) (full-text).
- Michigan Dept. of Tech., Management & Budget, 8000 Glossary (Jan. 6, 1997) (full-text).
- Newfoundland-Labrador, Office of the Chief Information Officer, Information Management and Information Protection Glossary of Terms (full-text).
- Contingency procedure
- Information Management: Procedures to Safeguard Social Security Beneficiary Records Can and Should be Improved
- Procedural unconscionability
- Procedures and Guidance; Implementation of the GPEA
- Procedures for the Review and Dissemination of CBP Information Containing ISR Data
- Security procedure