GICAGulf Intracoastal Canal Association
GICAGinásio Clube de Águeda
GICAGastrointestinal Cancer Antigen
GICAGoat Industry Council of Australia
GICAGeneral Insurance Corporation of America
GICAGabriola Institute of Contemporary Art (Gabriola Island, British Columbia, Canada)
GICAGreen Initiative Carbon Assets SA (Switzerland)
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Over those 12 months, GICA facilitated the work of the committee as it conducted a series of surveys to understand which courses our member institutions had accepted for transfer credit in the past and, subsequently, which courses they would consider taking in the future.
In February 2013, Governor Deal invited GICA member presidents and TCSG representatives to attend a formal signing ceremony at the State Capitol in order to recognize this significant milestone in helping Georgia students in their quest for a high-quality, affordable education.
The 19 GICA member institutions that signed the GICATCSG articulation agreement have committed to accept a variety of core courses taught by regionally-accredited TCSG institutions.
GICA has no authority over member institutions; thus, the agreement would rely strictly on volunteer participation.
HOUSTON -- PortVision[R], a leading provider of business intelligence solutions for the maritime industry, today announced an agreement with the Gulf Intracoastal Canal Association (GICA) that will enable the organization's members to view GICA waterway alerts and related notices in the web-based map display of PortVision's Automatic Identification System (AIS) vessel-tracking service.
All GICA members will have web access to PortVision's map display, where they can view all current GICA alerts and notices.
GICA will be placing alert icons on PortVision's web-based map display, and annotating them with other useful details to provide a variety of timely, actionable information that will enhance the value of GICA membership and improve efficiency and safety on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway.
GICA has been a long-time user of the PortVision service, and we are very happy to be extending its benefits to the broader GICA membership," said Dean Rosenberg, PortVision chief executive officer.
The project forms part of GICA s plans to raise its cement capacity in Algeria.
We are presently in preliminary talks with GICA with a view to having ASEC Cement exit its minority investment in Zahana.