IPSA

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AcronymDefinition
IPSAInternational Political Science Association
IPSAIndependent Parliamentary Standards Authority (UK)
IPSAInternational Political Science Abstracts
IPSAInstitut Polytechnique des Sciences Avancées (Paris, France)
IPSAInternational Professional Security Association (UK)
IPSAInternational Professional Security Association
IPSAInstitut Polytechnique des Sciences Avancees (France)
IPSAInstitute for Psychological Study of the Arts
IPSAInternational Process Servers Association
IPSAIndependent Professional Seed Association
IPSAInitial Poverty and Social Assessment
IPSAIndependent Postal System of America
IPSAInternational Pin Shooting Association
IPSAIrish Practical Shooting Association
IPSAInternational Policy Student Association
IPSAInstitute of Packaging South Africa
IPSAInstitute of Professionals in Specialty Advertising
IPSAIrish Piebald & Skewbald Association
IPSAInstituto de Previsión Social del Artista (Spanish, Guatemala)
IPSAIndustrial Police and Security Association
IPSAInstitut für Pychosoziale Aufgaben
IPSAInverse Planning by Simulated Annealing (algorithm)
IPSAInteractive Power System Analysis
IPSAIndorsement to Project Support Agreement
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The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority have confirmed the basic salary for MPs is to increase from PS76,011 to PS77,379 from April 1.
8% pay rise, taking their basic salary to PS77,379 from April 1, the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa) has confirmed.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority, the watchdog responsible for MPs' expenses, has said the hiring of "connected parties" by MPs is "out of step with modern employment practice".
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) found that 40% of MPs surveyed thought it was doing a poor, or very poor job, overall, compared with 32% last year.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority said the MP for Strangford, Co Down, "must consider use of electronic communication" to cut costs and staff constituency travel.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority is seeking to procure a managed support service solution on a 3 year contract with an option to extend the term for 2 further periods of up to 12 months each.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa) has confirmed that the increase will take effect from next month - less than a year after politicians received a backdated 10% hike to PS74,000.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority allows MPs to claim an extra PS2,425 a year towards accommodation costs for each dependant.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) claimed that Perry Barr MP Khalid Mahmood and Labour colleague Steve McCabe, MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, have ignored calls to stump up the cash despite repeated calls for repayment.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority has recommended MPs have a 10 per cent increase on their PS67,500 salaries this year, taking them to PS74,000.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority is less than happy with the situation and is now considering tightening the rules.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa), which oversees expenses payments, said the ruling has implications for all public bodies.
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