CICA

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CICACompetition In Contracting Act of 1984 (USA)
CICACanadian Institute of Chartered Accountants
CICACompetition In Contracting Act
CICACriminal Injuries Compensation Authority (UK)
CICACaptive Insurance Companies Association
CICACenter for Innovative Computing Applications
CICAContext Inspired Component Architecture (X12 architecture for eXtensible Markup Language, XML)
CICACentro Informatico Cientifico de Andalucia (Scientific Computer Center of Andalusia)
CICAChristian in Complete Armour (William Gurnall book series)
CICAConstruction Industry Computing Association (UK)
CICACentre International de Communication Avancée
CICACombined Insurance Company of America
CICAConsejo Indígena de Centro América (Spanish: Indigenous Council of Central America; various locations)
CICACounterintelligence Coordinating Authority (US DoD)
CICACentro de Investigacion en Contaminacion Ambiental (Costa Rica)
CICAConfédération Internationale du Crédit Agricole (French: International Confederation on Agricultural Credit)
CICAConference on Interactions and Confidence Building Measures in Asia
CICACayman Islands Compliance Association
CICACentro de Integración y Comunicación de Almuñecar
CICACentro Internazionale Civiltà dell'Acqua
CICACitizens Insurance Company of America (various locations)
CICACertified Internal Controls Auditor (Institute for Internal Controls)
CICACrane Industry Council of Australia
CICACentro de Investigacion en Cultivos Andinos (Peru)
CICACommunity Investment Cash Advances
CICAChemical & Industrial Consultants Association (UK)
CICACuraçao Information & Communication Association
CICAColorado Internet Cooperative Association (Boulder, CO)
CICACattle Industry Compensation Act
CICAConfederation of International Construction Associations
CICACounter Intelligence Coordinating Authority
CICACobb Island Citizens Association (Cobb Island, MD)
CICACareer Industry Consortium Australia
CICACommission on Improving Curriculum-based Assessment
CICACentro de Investigacion en Ciencas Agropecuaris
CICACertificate In Company Administration
CICACertificate in International Communications for Adults
CICAColor Immunochromatographic Assay
CICAcitizen-initiated constitutional amendment
CICAcold ischemic cardioplegic arrest
CICAChristian Island Cottagers' Association (Ontario, Canada)
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Payouts from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority were cut by up to 80 per cent to 37 women who had broken the law.
You may be eligible for a payment from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority if you sustain an injury directly connected to you being a victim of a crime of violence.
England's Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority said: "We are reviewing our staff guidance.
Since a Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) scheme was launched in November 2012, nearly 700 victims and survivors of child sexual abuse have been refused payments ranging between PS1,000 and PS44,000, according to figures released under the Freedom of Information Act.
The IT systems used to facilitate the Child Support Scheme could be used by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority to collect compensation from those who cause such life-changing injuries.
Legal precedent, set in an unrelated Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority appeal, states that an unborn child is NOT a person in law within the meaning of an 1861 law.
Her son Laurence is "furious" she will not get a penny from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.
Prior Information Notice without call for competition: Criminal injuries compensation authority retained awards banking.
The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority said Mr Hammond made the terrorism designation two days after November attack.
The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority say Kirk Sharpe won't get compensation for being abused because of two offences which resulted in him receiving community service orders.
And in a Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) case, an NUT member from the Midlands was awarded pounds 172,676 after being punched in the head by a pupil's parent.
The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) originally awarded her more than pounds 8,800, later increased to pounds 12,177.
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