APCO

AcronymDefinition
APCOArchitectural Products Company (Columbus, OH)
APCOAlabama Power Company
APCOAssociation of Public-Safety Communications Officials-International (Daytona Beach, FL and Alexandria, VA)
APCOAir Pollution Control Officer
APCOAppalachian Power Company (Columbus, OH)
APCOAssociation of Public Safety Communication Officials
APCOAndres Pirazzoli y Cia, Ltda (Chile)
APCOAppomattox Court House National Historic Park (US National Park Service)
APCOAsian Parasite Control Organization (est. 1974)
APCOAir Pollution Coalition of Ontario (Canada)
APCOArterial Pressure Cardiac Output
APCOAssociated Police Communications Officers
APCOAperture Close Out
APCOAdministrative Professional Company Orientation
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First, we failed to study the effects of systemic vascular resistance and vasopressors (or catecholamines), both of which have been shown to affect APCO readings (16,20).
Panellists included Margery Kraus, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, APCO Worldwide, Lalit Mansingh, former Foreign Secretary of India, and James McGregor, journalist, author and a specialist on China.
Before she joined APCO, Sathiamoorthy managed Medicare and Medicaid projects for two healthcare advisory firms--The Lewin Group, a 15-year-old company based in Falls Church, Va., and The Marwood Group, headquartered in New York, N.Y.
Before joining APCO, Harrison served as the director of communications and press secretary at the U.S.
"The improvements we are making to the American Pulverizer manufacturing complex will enable APCO to begin our second century of serving customers and clients globally in the scrap, solid waste, aggregate, plastic, coal and wood recycling industries to the highest standard," says Griesedieck.
APCO provides external FBE coatings and internal linings, external multilayer polyethylene and polypropylene coatings, double jointing, field joint protection and custom coating services to serve the oil, gas and water industries in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Arabian Gulf region.
For more information on APCO International, visit www.apeointl.org.
At the state level, more important has been a network of supposed grassroots organizations spontaneously formed to confront "lawsuit abuse." This network of local organizations was created by APCO. The groups euphemistically call themselves any number of names, typically: Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (CALA), Lawsuit Abuse Watch, Stop Lawsuit Abuse, or People for a FAIR Legal System (collectively referred to here as "CALAs.")
The Association of Chief Police Officers (APCO) submitted a draft recommendation in July saying that they did not want to criminalise "young children in the street having fun with their toys", but believed that officers should have the power to arrest people who are caught carrying fake weapons in suspicious circumstances.
* A dynamic and responsive public policy committee working with the professional legislative liaisons at APCO Worldwide, helping to protect the camp experience.
APCO's Visulex(R) design offers a departure from the traditional, framed-door look of bulletin boards.
According to Public Citizen and the Center for Justice & Democracy, the groups--including Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (CALA), Lawsuit Abuse Watch, Stop Lawsuit Abuse, and People for a Fair Legal System, collectively called CALAs--receive substantial financial and strategic assistance from large corporations; the American Tort Reform Association (ATRA) in Washington, D.C.; and APCO & Associates, which bills itself as a grassroots lobbying and public relations firm.