AISG


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AcronymDefinition
AISGAmerican Insurance Services Group
AISGAmerican Integrated Security Group, Inc. (College Point, NY)
AISGAntenna Interface Standards Group Ltd. (England, UK)
AISGAmerican International School of Guangzhou (China)
AISGAdvanced Information Systems Group, Inc. (Orlando, FL)
AISGAmerican Iraqi Solutions Group
AISGAdequate and Independent State Ground (law)
AISGThe American International School in Genoa (Italy)
AISGAuto Insurance Services Group
AISGAUTODIN Intersite Gateway
AISGAir Defense Artillery Implementation Sub-Group (US Army)
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Scholars and courts have fought for decades over whether AISG doctrine is constitutionally required, (118) statutorily required, (119) or a creature of common law.
In addition, there are anti-terrorism and force protection contractual obligations covered by Iraq Safety, AISG's wholly owned subsidiary and government of Iraq-licensed security company.
eighteen months working for AISG in Iraq, helping it to grow from a
Boehning, ISO senior vice president, and president of ISO's American Insurance Services Group (AISG) unit, explained that in some types of fraud, such as arson and staged automobile accidents, people can end up getting seriously hurt, or even killed.
RET will be available in Q2 2003 and will comply with Antenna Interface Standardization Group (AISG) specifications.
SAIC's exclusive team members are AcuSoft, of Orlando, Fla.; Advanced Information Systems Group (AISG), of Orlando, Fla.; BTG, of Fairfax, Va.; COLSA Corporation, of Huntsville, Ala.; Cubic Applications Inc., of Lacey, Wash.; DESE Research, of Huntsville, Ala.; McDonald Research Associates, of Orlando, Fla; Mak Technologies, of Cambridge, Mass.; MATCOM, of Alexandria, Va.; Micro Analysis and Design, of Boulder, Colo.; Microsoft Federal, of Washington, D.C.; Quality Research, Inc., of Huntsville, Ala.; S-3, of Huntsville, Ala.; SRI, of Menlo Park, Calif.; TerraSim, of Pittsburgh, Penn.; and Virtual Technology Corporation, of Alexandria, Va.
After ISO bought AISG and its claims databases, the National Insurance Crime Bureau, also an advocacy group, agreed to migrate its data to ISO, too.