ASAC

AcronymDefinition
ASACAdministrative Sciences Association of Canada
ASACAssistant Special Agent in Charge (FBI)
ASACApplied Science Accreditation Commission (ABET)
ASACArea Substance Abuse Council (Cedar Rapids, IA)
ASACAmerican Society of Agricultural Consultants
ASACAntarctic Science Advisory Committee
ASACAssociation for Safe Alternatives in Childbirth
ASACAustralian Statistics Advisory Council
ASACAviation System Analysis Capability
ASACAir Force Space Command (AFSPC) Space Analysis Center
ASACAirborne Surveillance and Area Control (UK)
ASACAssociate Special Agent in Charge
ASACAutism Society of Acadiana (Lafayette, LA)
ASACAnalysis/Synthesis Audio CODEC
ASACAll-Source Analysis Center
ASACAsian Standards Advisory Committee (UK)
ASACAntisubmarine Air Controller
ASACAs Soon As Convenient
ASACAssociation Sportive de l'Automobile-Club Basco-Béarnais (French automobile club)
ASACAutomated System for Army Commissaries
ASACAllied Signal Aerospace Company
ASACApicultural Science Association of China
ASACAtlantic Swordfish Advisory Committee
ASACArmy Study Advisory Committee
ASACAir ASW Controller
ASACAlaska State Area Command
ASACAustralian Seed Advisory Council
ASACAdministrative Systems Advisory Committee (various schools)
ASACApprenticed Substance Abuse Counselor
ASACAllenspark Senior Advisory Committee (Allenspark, CO)
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Vittorio Gregotti, Director of the Visual Arts department within the Biennale, to the Ministry of Culture of the USSR, attached to a letter to Vladimir Goriainov, 12 August 1975, ASAC, f.
The 30th Annual ASAC Construction Industry & Excellence in Safety Awards Gala was April 25th in Parker, Colorado.
Paper accepted to be presented in ASAC conference 2014 in Muskoka, Ontario, Canada.
Two of the teachers, Messrs Burton and Steer, are two of my telly heroes of the year, right up there with Breaking Bad's ASAC Hank Schrader.
Finally, it calls on the TSA Administrator to, "maintain knives and sporting equipment on the list of prohibited items until a process of formal consultation is conducted with all stakeholders through the ASAC.
Things began to change on a number of fronts from the mid 1980s onwards, including the fact that management faculties were gaining greater legitimacy in Canadian universities and in the scholarly field HRM was gaining some ground, becoming a new division of ASAC in 1991 (Austin 1998).
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of ASAC, Strategic Division, 30, 44-59.
The ASAC is a valuable stakeholder input group that was recently re-chartered after a three-year period of inactivity.
ASAC is the TSA's only Federal advisory committee and is responsible for giving the agency recommendations for improving aviation security methods, equipment and procedures.
C ASAC Review of Policy Assessment for the Review of the PM NAAQS--Second External Review Draft (June 2010).
David Welles from the ASAC said: "The event's objectives are to establish a platform to build strong cross-organisational movements against cuts, explore alternative economic solutions, and to consider the role The Free University can play in this.
The ASAC is the largest national body of management scholars in Canada and is not limited to university staff (for example, doctoral students and applied researchers working in non-university settings can also be members of ASAC).