PSAF

AcronymDefinition
PSAFPrivate Sector Adjustment Factor
PSAFPublic Safety Architecture Framework (US DHS)
PSAFPre-Seed Accelerator Fund (research and development; New Zealand)
PSAFPolitical Safety Assurance Foundation
PSAFPrecision Small Arms Fire
PSAFProstate-Specific Autocrine Factor
PSAFPrivate Schools Aren't Funny (comedy group; UK)
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Research has shown that PSAF increases confidence in the ability to communicate with patients as well as to meet their needs (15).
A percecao dos estudantes de enfermagem sobre o contributo da PSAF para o desenvolvimento das suas competencias.
Donde: AF es el area foliar y PSAF es el peso seco de las hojas (8).
In that study, we showed that our proposed approach would provide more stable and sensible estimates of the cost of equity capital for the PSAF from 1981 through 1998.
A model must be used to impute an estimate from available data because the cost of equity capital used in the PSAF is unobservable.
The Board is also requesting comment on implementing a longer-term planning horizon for targeting the PSAF ROE, and the effect that future regulatory and industry changes could have on the PSAF method.
The method for calculating the PSAF is reviewed by the Board periodically.
The PSAF imputes the costs that would have been incurred and profits that would have been earned had the Reserve Banks' priced services been provided by a private firm.
The Board reviews its method for calculating the PSAF periodically to assess whether it is still appropriate in light of the changing environment.
The PSAF consists of the taxes that would have been paid and the return on capital that would have been provided had priced services been furnished by a private-sector firm.
The PSAF is an allowance for taxes and other imputed expenses that would have been paid and return on capital that would have been provided had the Federal Reserve's priced services been provided by a private business.
The PSAF is an allowance for the taxes that would have been paid and the return on capital that would have been provided had the Federal Reserve's priced services been furnished by a private-sector firm.