AUPS


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AUPSAlliance for Universal Power Supplies (Santa Clara, CA)
AUPSAustralian Physiological Society
AUPSAberdeen University Paintball Society (Scotland, UK)
AUPSAutomated User Permit System (software program; US Army Corps of Engineers)
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States of outcome Factors N/A A AU AUP AUPS Scores Experience ([C.sub.1]) x 1 Training ([C.sub.2]) x 2 Administrative capabilities x 3 ([C.sub.3]) Technical capabilities x 4 ([C.sub.4]) Changes in work contents x 5 ([C.sub.5]) Note: "N/A" not available as score 1; "A" accepted as score 2; "AU" accepted and used as score 3; "AUP" accepted, used, and enhanced performance as score 4; "AUPS" accepted, used, and enhanced performance and satisfied all users as score 5.
IACUC member activities include voting on AUPs at meetings, conducting site visits, and attending educational sessions.
These AUPs do not typically garner a high level of attention and compliance by end users, who often feel they can create and share "their" information any way they want.
The 204th BSB LTAT focused on the AUPs because of the close proximity of Forward Operating Base (FOB) Walton, where the 204th BSB was located, to Kandahar City, where most of the AUPs resided and worked.
Companies need to have acceptable use policies (AUPs) to act as guidelines for accessing any content they deem sensitive.
We took off to Aups, the truffle capital of the south of France, and to Domaine Valmoissine, which was causing so much excitement.
Most national, state and local policies have not yet addressed social networking specifically; by default, it often falls under existing acceptable use policies (AUPs).
It had travelled through aUPS hub at Germany's Cologne airport before being detected in the UK after the tip-off.
AUPS protects the computer (and any other valuable electronics plugged into it) from power fluctuations and surges.