GPSGGeräte- und Produktsicherheitsgesetz (German: Equipment and Product Safety Act)
GPSGGeneralized Phrase Structure Grammar
GPSGGlobal Pharmaceutical Supply Group (Johnson & Johnson)
GPSGGraduate and Professional Student Government (various universities)
GPSGGreek Politics Specialist Group (Political Studies Association; UK)
GPSGGlobal Procurement Services Group (IBM)
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The work of GPSG, a new global interbank network, will give financial institutions and their customers the ability to make new types of payments at mass scale.
GPSG selected Thermo Scientific LIMS for its laboratories to ensure integration with the corporate enterprise resource planning package, SAP R/3.
GPSG Brazil is also looking for enhanced integration of its chromatography system; a Thermo Scientific Atlas CDS upgrade will, hopefully, link the CDS to SAP, in addition to the existing integration with the LIMS.
To sum up, it seems then that the current version of GPSG is inadequate as an overall framework for a description of the history of extractions in English.
In its original form, the subject extraction structure was a sentence with a zero complementizer and a subject gap, to be represented in the GB and GPSG systems as follows:
Speakers include Lyndi Gillespie, Operational Excellence Expert, Global Manufacturing & Supply Biopharm, GlaxoSmithKline, Bruce Sawyer, Senior Director, Global Business Excellence, GPSG, Johnson & Johnson, Kevin D.
As an IBM qualified vendor, GPSG will act as a liaison for opportunities that match Paragon's software development expertise.
Taking the help of other banks, Ripple has formed the Global Payments Steering Group, or GPSG and will use the former's Blockchain Platform.