FIU

AcronymDefinition
FIUFlorida International University
FIUFinancial Intelligence Unit
FIUFingerprint Identification Unit (Sony)
FIUFire Investigation Unit
FIUFraud Investigation Unit (UK)
FIUFoundation for International Understanding
FIUFacsimile Interface Unit
FIUFlorida Intelligence Unit
FIUForensic Investigation Unit
FIUFacilities Interface Unit
FIUFiber Interface Unit
FIUForward Interpretation Unit
FIUFDDI Interface Unit
FIUFault Insertion Unit (aircraft)
FIUFiber Optic Interface Unit
FIUFiles and Information Unit
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29: "African Musical Thought in Cuba," Cuban Research Institute, FIU, Miami.
In the US, John Byrne, executive vice president of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS), said the odds of there being an exact parallel investigation by the FIU and the law enforcement agency "are probably fairly remote.
The Center is supported by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and the College of Business at FIU.
Scientists at PBI and FIU believe that a test method focused on the key intrinsic advantages of PCT can result in an improved rape kit test method with great potential to help reduce this backlog.
FIU houses more than 4,000 international students, from places as far-reaching as Columbia, Argentina, Mexico, and Brazil.
For more information on the scholarship, please visit the FIU Honors College website at http://admissions.
I am extremely excited that FIU and our department will be in the forefront of this field of medicine that has garnered so much national attention," said Kalai Mathee, PhD, Founding Chair of the FIU Department of Molecular Microbiology and Infectious Diseases.
The FIU is administrative, sending reports of alleged money laundering and terrorist finance crimes to law enforcement authorities.
CIDC reorganized all specialized units and placed them under the 701st Military Police Group (CID) in 1996, and the activity was redesignated as the FIU.
An FIU survey in 2007 found that Cuban-Americans in Florida overwhelmingly oppose travel restrictions and limits on remittances.
By 2003, FIU was a full-scale university, now known as South Florida's public research university.