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Processing stages defined in the superordinate Message Category



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Processing stages defined in the superordinate Message Category


There are no processing stages defined in the superordinate Message Category (SME).
        1. Processing stages defined in subordinate categories


There are no requirements for the following processing stages as they are wholly defined in subordinate categories:
    1. Message Category SME.A.C

      1. Definitions


For a message to be categorised as Message Category SME.A.C, it shall be:

  • a subordinate Message Category of Message Category SME.A; and

  • a Critical Message.

All SME.A.C Messages shall comply both with the requirements for SME.A Messages and with the requirements of this Section 6.7 which covers:

      1. Directory: government -> uploads -> system -> uploads -> attachment data -> file
        file -> Remove this if sending to pagerunnerr Page Title Light Rail Security Recommended Best Practice
        file -> 8 Section 1 : Sport
        file -> Notice of exercise of additional powers of seizure under Sections 50 or 51 of the Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001
        file -> Home office circular 004/2014 Powers to search for and seize invalid travel documents in Schedule 8 to the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014
        file -> Consultation on the Royal Parks and Other Open Spaces (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2012
        file -> Crown copyright 2012
        file -> This is the Report to Government by the Film Policy Review Panel The brief
        file -> Impact Assessment (IA)
        file -> Dcms/Wolfson Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund a public-Private Partnership (2002-2010)


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