ONAP

AcronymDefinition
ONAPOffice of National Aids Policy
ONAPOffice of Native American Programs
ONAPOneida Nation Arts Program (Oneida Tribe of Indians; Oneida, WI)
ONAPOne Network Architecture Plan
ONAPOffice of Network Architecture Planning (Sprint)
ONAPOther Non-Affective Psychosis (psychiatry)
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Other changes were to language regarding membership, elimination of language pertaining to The Center for American Nurses, which is now a part of ANA and the ONAP.
SIECUS attended along with 40 youth, members of ONAP, and representatives from other HIV/AIDS and youth serving organizations.
For two decades, the National AIDS Fund has been mobilizing private sector investments to support community-driven responses to the HIV/AIDS epidemic and we are now playing a strategic role in discussions with ONAP about the importance of public-private partnerships in the implementation of the NHAS.
ONAP showcased NAF's collaboration with Bristol-Myers Squibb in support of the "Increasing Access to Care" pillar of the NHAS.
Using our ONAP, customers can realize throughput gains as much as 14 times greater than standard BGP routing," said ORIGIX CEO Doug Ruth.
For more information about the summit, including a brochure and to register online, visit the ONAP Web page at http://www.