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CPLCorporal
CPLComplete
CPLCouple
CPLCleveland Public Library
CPLControl Panel (Windows file extension)
CPLCompliance (OSHA)
CPLCost Per Lead
CPLChicago Public Library
CPLCyberathlete Professional League (gaming)
CPLCourants Porteurs en Ligne (France)
CPLCriminal Procedure Law
CPLCommercial Pilot License
CPLConcealed Pistol License
CPLCall Processing Language
CPLCombined Programming Language
CPLCurrent Privilege Level
CPLCenter for Progressive Leadership
CPLCharacters Per Line
CPLCentral Power and Light
CPLCarboplatin
CPLCalgary Public Library (Canada)
CPLCarolina Power & Light
CPLComputer Programming Language
CPLCenter for Public Leadership
CPLCertified Professional Logistician
CPLCats Protection League
CPLCourant Patriotique Libre (French political movement)
CPLConforming Products List
CPLCanine Partners for Life
CPLCircularly Polarized Light
CPLClosing Protection Letter (real estate)
CPLCapillary Pumped Loop
CPLCertified Professional Landman
CPLCarnegie Public Library (Ohio)
CPLCircular Polarizing Lens
CPLClass Precedence List (LISP)
CPLCurrent Flight Plan
CPLCertified Professional Locksmith
CPLContinuous Pressure Laminate (surfacing)
CPLCommissioner of Public Lands
CPLCambridge Programming Language
CPLCouncil of Prison Locals
CPLContinuing Professional Learning (University of Saskatchewan; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)
CPLCadila Pharmaceuticals Limited (India)
CPLCertificate of Pending Litigation
CPLConversational Programming Language
CPLCincinnati Public Library (Cincinnati, OH)
CPLColor Position Light (railroads)
CPLClinical Pathology Laboratories Inc.
CPLCost Per Loan (mortgage/banking)
CPLCentre for Public Law
CPLComputer Program Library
CPLCorporate Price List
CPLCenter for Plain Language
CPLCommunist Party of Lithuania
CPLComparative Planetology Laboratory
CPLComplementary Pass Logic
CPLComparative Price Level
CPLCongenital Pulmonary Lymphangiectasia
CPLCodices Palatini Latini
CPLCornerstone Propane Partners
CPLCanadian Protestant League
CPLCommon Prototyping Language
CPLCentrale Paysanne Luxembourgeoise (French: Luxemburg Farmers Union)
CPLCorrect Path Loss
CPLCommunity Public License
CPLChemistry and Physics Laboratory
CPLCentral Point of Lunate
CPLCertified Parts List
CPLCarbon Power & Light
CPLConfinement Protection Limit
CPLCapability Password Level
CPLChange Part List
CPLCenter for Process Learning
CPLCenter for Productive Longevity
CPLCrash Position Locator
CPLContention Period Length
CPLCommon Program Language
CPLConsolidated Procurement Directive
CPLCommand Priorities List
CPLCompliance Pipeline Newsletter
CPLCooperative Processing Language
CPLConstant Phased Limiting Amplifier
CPLConfirmation-Packet Loss
CPLChild Protection Law (various locations)
CPLCentre Professionnel des Lubrifiants (French: Professional Center of Lubricants)
CPLCollege of Physicians of London (UK)
CPLCoût par Lead (French: Cost per Lead)
CPLCerebral Palsy League (various locations)
CPLChandler Public Library (Chandler, TX)
CPLCanadian Pacific Ltd. (various locations)
CPLChalmers Publication Library (Chalmers University of Technology; Sweden)
CPLCarnegie Premier League (various locations)
CPLCarrefour des Pays Lorrains (French local development group)
CPLComposites des Pays de Loire (French composites company)
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The causes which have been specified produced at first only unequal and disproportionate degrees of compliance with the requisitions of the Union.
He received my proposition with more compliance than is usual among writers, especially those of the projecting species, professing "he would be glad to receive further information.
Once the policies and procedures are in place for your compliance program, you need to be assured that your backups continue to be successful and complete.
These improvements result in much more workable compliance deadline requirements and will add considerable flexibility to allow the installation of cost-effective controls for meeting the emission limits.
The 1996 act, circular A-133 and the compliance supplement cover all state and local governments and not-for-profit organizations.
As the Subcommittee well knows, in my prior position as IRS Deputy Commissioner, I played an active role in the development and early implementation of Compliance 2000.
a leading provider of Intelligent Networking solutions that enable organizations to control, manage and scale their networks, announced today that TELUS is the first telecommunications service provider to select its new automated Policy-Based Compliance Management solution for increasingly complex, large-scale heterogeneous network environments.
I understand how easy it is to dismiss corporate compliance as just one more onerous burden laid on providers by an out-of-control federal government.
Communicate to the audit committee or the individuals with whom they have contracted for the audit the auditor's responsibilities in a financial statement audit, including responsibilities for testing and reporting on internal controls and compliance with laws and regulations and the nature of any additional testing of these areas required by laws and regulations.
Enterprises are increasingly looking for ways to increase compliance while at the same time reducing costs and risk.
These systems are usually not subject to corporations' standard controls, and are in fact usually not even tracked, either by IT departments or by the departments responsible for regulatory compliance.
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