MARAD


Also found in: Financial.
AcronymDefinition
MARADMaritime Administration
MArAdMaster of Archive Administration
References in periodicals archive ?
Interlake will provide MARAD with pre- and post-installation air emissions data, and lessons learned on scrubber installation and operation.
The team at MARAD decided to put together a national maritime strategy to take a serious look at what's needed to sustain a viable US Merchant Marine.
The man from Marad met Rani, Balakrishnan's younger daughter, during his student days at Ernakulam Law College.
Asked about the Marad statement last month, the Fifth Fleet said merely that it continued 'to monitor the region's waterways closely.
MARAD Administrator Dave Matsuda says the US government has earmarked $7 million in initial funding to promote further investment in marine-highway infrastructure and existing operators.
Jayathilak recently held a meeting and reviewed the progress of programs that were launched for the development of Marad region.
The Corps reviewed environmental assessments prepared by MARAD and reports related to cultural-resource surveys and effects, fish and benthos sampling, geotechnical and seismic, chemical sampling and testing, hydrodynamics, Cook Inlet beluga whales and mitigation.
The condition of the Sphinx made it a high-priority ship for MARAD for several years, but disposal was delayed while charitable groups tried to raise money to save it.
MARAD is unlikely to meet its statutory deadline of September 30, 2006.
Finally, there are three texts from kings of Uruk, one from the reign of Sumu-ditana of Marad, and one from Burnaburias of the Kassite dynasty.
A panel consisting of USMMA working group members and representatives from USCG, TSA, and MARAD responded to questions and comments from participants.
In 1990, the Supply Readiness of MARAD Ready Reserve Force ships was not acceptable.