JFY

AcronymDefinition
JFYJobs for Youth
JFYJust for You
JFYJapanese Fiscal Year
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It was decided that CVH-b would be more suitable for the JMSDF, and the Japan Defense Agency (or JDA, the predecessor of the present Ministry of Defense) decided to request one CVH-b in the JFY 1961 budget.
This interval, from JFY 1977 through 1979, where no defense buildup plan was in effect, was called the "Post-Fourth DBP" (P-4) period.
After completing the 14-week federal EPA training program at JFY NetWorks, he was hired within three months as a field service techinician with Entrix Environmental, and he was sent to work in the Gulf of Mexico for three months cleaning the BP oil spill.
Gary Kaplan, spokesman for JFY NetWorks, said finding manufacturing and construction jobs is nearly impossible in this economy.
The 2nd Five-Year Basic S&T Plan, JFY 2001 to JFY 2005, continues.
Examples of flagship projects to achieve these objectives include the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology's 21st Century Center of Excellence (COE) Program, launched in JFY 2002.
For the past 30 years, JFY has been strongly committed to helping young men and women from low-income families become a part of the economic mainstream, and, in the process, providing the Chicago area business community with motivated, job-ready workers.
The government science and technology (S&T) budget for JFY 2003 continued its climb, rising to 3,591.
2001) the level of foreign direct investment in Japan had increased 22 % over JFY 1999 which had increased 56% over JFY 1998.
Headquartered adjacent to JFK International Airport, the company is a transportation logistics provider for shipments importing into and exporting out of the United States, especially through the Gateways of Chicago, Illinois, JFY, New York, Miami, Florida or Atlanta, Georgia with service areas throughout the United States and North America.
JFY manufactures machine tools for sheet metal processing and, it ranks as the leader in the Chinese market for punching and bending machines.
For example, in JFY 2001, the Japanese automotive industry spent a greater percentage of revenue on R&D than ever before (6.