The noun resolution means an official conclusion that is made after a party or company has voted.

Synonyms are determination, decision, settlement, or verdict.

The word origins from Old French (late 14th century) resolution or directly from Latin resolutionem meaning “process of reducing things into simpler forms”, from past participle stem of resolvere meaning “loosen”. The sense of “a solving” (as of mathematical problems) is first recorded in 1540s, as is that of “power of holding firmly”. The sense of “decision or expression of a meeting” is from 16th century. The meaning “effect of an optical instrument” is from 1860.

He approached his problem with resolution.

She always note down her resolutions for the coming year.

A similar resolution was made by the congress.