Sources: Law Dictionary; 英汉公共大词典; CC-CEDICT; 英汉原子能大词典
Executive accountability and the rule of law were necessary to accost them, said Githongo.
You need a small group or an accountability Partner who will encourage you, support you, pray for you, love you unconditionally, and hold you accountable.
Meanwhile, Iraq's Accountability and Justice Commission has moved to annul the votes for 55 candidates.
Georgia has profited from significant government reforms to the security apparatus, including greater transparency and accountability, as well as a clampdown on endemic corruption.
But you must balance that need with the need for accountability.
Instead, the battle cry for the '90s will be the demand for performance and accountability.
But an absence of accountability and blatant inequities in treatment are why Americans remain angry.
That I think is a real virtue but it can come at the price of demanding short term accountability.
I hope that my crude remarks may draw forth by abler people, and more effective suggestion on accountability of products in China. Please correct if there is any deficiency in the passage.
Can't find fault with the statement per se but putting accountability and responsibility together in the hands of the Product Owner was the best thing that ever happened to us as an organization.