You have to love the business world. It has concocted a whole new form of English that sometimes sounds so, so important and impressive—until you translate it into the everyday English most of us use and realize that so-called business English is nothing but puffery.
Good English is good English, no matter the context. We already have all the words we need to make our ideas readily understood. There is no need for writing like this:
“This is a project for approval by the appropriate decision bodies.”
What, pray tell, is a decision body? Is it a person (with a body, one would hope) who is authorized to make a decision in that office? Or is it a committee (made up of several bodies) delegated to give approval?
All the writer needed to write was something like, “This project will ultimately be approved by [a named person or a specified committee].