JCL. job control language.
job. (IEEE) A user-defined unit of work that is to be accomplished by a computer. For example, the compilation, loading, and execution of a computer program. See: job control language.
job control language. (IEEE) A language used to identify a sequence of jobs, describe their requirements to an operating system, and control their execution.
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The bulk of this information was obtained from FDA.gov.