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ACGAcademic Competitiveness Grant
ACGAmerican College of Gastroenterology
ACGAssociation for Corporate Growth
ACGAviation Capital Group (Newport Beach, CA)
ACGAmerican Casino Guide (resource)
ACGAdventure Classic Gaming
ACGAdvances in Computer Games (conference)
ACGAdvanced Cybernetics Group
ACGApplication and Content Globalization
ACGAddress Code Generation
ACGAddressed Command Group
ACGAutomatic Code Generation
ACGanti Code Grabbing
ACGAdvanced Composites Group
ACGAll Condition Gear (Nike)
ACGArt Computer Graphics
ACGAmerican College of Greece
ACGAnti-Counterfeiting Group (trade association)
ACGAgir Contre la Guerre (French: Action Against War)
ACGAngle Closure Glaucoma
ACGAmerican Council on Germany
ACGAuriemma Consulting Group
ACGAesthetics and Computation Group (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
ACGAdjusted Clinical Group (formerly Ambulatory Care Group)
ACGAssociated Capsules Group (now ACG Worldwide)
ACGAdvanced Communicator Gold (award; Toastmasters International)
ACGAssociation Canadienne des Géographes (Canadian Association of Geographers)
ACGAssociation Canadienne des Géographes (Canada)
ACGAssociation of Chinese Graduates (University of British Columbia; British Columbia, Canada)
ACGAccess Customer Gateway
ACGAmbulatory Care Group (now Adjusted Clinical Group)
ACGAssociation Canadienne de Gérontologie (Canadian Association on Gerontology)
ACGAffiliation of Christian Geologists
ACGAir Commando Group
ACGAnalytical Consulting Group, Inc. (Ventura, CA)
ACGAir Control Group (USAF)
ACGAchondrogenesis
ACGApplication Consulting Group
ACGAustralian Citrus Growers Inc.
ACGAlice Cooper Group (band)
ACGAngel Consulting Group
ACGAzeri Chirag Gunashli Field (Caspian Sea oil field)
ACGArts Consulting Group
ACGAlumni Consulting Group (Greenwood Village, CO)
ACGAsset Consulting Group
ACGAlternating Current Generator
ACGAutomatic Code Gapping
ACGAssociation Canadienne de Gastroenterologie (Canadian Association of Gastroenterology)
ACGAutomotive Consulting Group
ACGActuarial Consulting Group
ACGAccelerator Globulin
ACGAdvanced Computing Group
ACGAddress Coding Guide
ACGAustralian Consulate General
ACGAbrams Consulting Group
ACGAccess Consulting Group
ACGAndrews Consulting Group
ACGAnswerThink Consulting Group, Inc. (Miami, FL)
ACGAnime, Comics, and Games
ACGAutomatic Call Gapping
ACGAsymptotic Coding Gain
ACGAdvanced Concepts Guide (Citrix)
ACGAutomatic Call Gap
ACGAmphibious Combat Group
ACGAqueous Chemical Growth
ACGAssociation Catalane de Généalogie (French: Catalan Genealogy Association)
ACGArmada Consulting Group (Timonium, MD)
ACGAcademy of Computer Graphics (Delhi, India)
ACGAurora Consulting Group (Aurora, NY)
ACGArea Coordination Group
ACGApplied Computational Geometry
ACGAcorn Computer Group
ACGAppalachian Consulting Group (Cleveland, GA)
ACGApelbaum Consulting Group Pty Ltd (Australia)
ACGAirborne Coordinating Group
ACGAuxiliary Coastguard
ACGAcquisition Coordinating Group
ACGAssignment Coordination Group
ACGAcción Cristiana Guatemalteca (Guatemalan Christian Action Group)
ACGAlliance Consulting Group, Inc
ACGAccess Control Gate (transportation)
ACGAutomatic Contingency Generation
ACGAthens Consulting Group, Inc.
ACGAviation Consulting Group, LLC (Ormond Beach, Florida)
ACGAirline Consulting Group (UK)
ACGAutomobile Club Group (insurance company)
ACGAsheron's Call Guilds (hosting for AC players)
ACGAtlanta Counseling Group
ACGAutomatic Cross Generation
ACGAsia Consultancy Group Pte Ltd.
ACGAutomatic Crosstell Gate
ACGAir Cargo Glider
ACGAllied Command Group
ACGApplegate Consulting Group (Takoma Park, MD)
ACGAchievement Consulting Group, Inc (Saugus, MA)
ACGAscot Consulting Group Ltd (Hong Kong)
ACGAlders Consulting Group
ACGAfshar Consulting Group, Inc.
ACGAmrita Consulting Group
ACGAustralia Climate Group
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Bush, the new Academic Competitiveness Grant program appears to have roots in Texas where Bush was governor for six years before being elected president in 2000.
Academic Competitiveness grants will be awarded to first- and second-year college students who have completed a rigorous secondary school program.
In addition to $12.7 billion in student loan cuts that lawmakers agreed to earlier, the measure--the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005--establishes a new program of academic competitiveness grants. To begin July 1 this year and expire at the end of the 2010-2011 academic year, it will kick off without any rules, regulations, or other guidance as to how it should actually work.
The Secretary is adopting as final, with changes, interim final regulations in: 34 CFR part 691 for the Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG) and National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grant (National SMART Grant) programs; 34 CFR part 668 (Student Assistance General Provisions); and 34 CFR part 690 (Federal Pell Grant Program).
New to the scene is the Academic Competitiveness Grant, which provides up to $750 for the first year of undergraduate study and $1,300 for the second year.
One is called the Academic Competitiveness Grant, which will provide additional money to first- and second-year college students who have completed a rigorous high school curriculum and have maintained a 3.0 GPA [grade point average] in college.
Interim final regulations for the two new Title IV grant programs created by the HERA, the Academic Competitiveness Grant Program and the National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent (SMART) Grant Program, are being published in a separate notice in the Federal Register.
> Academic Competitiveness grants and the SMART Grant Program--these higher education grants build on the Pell Grant program and will benefit more than 500,000 students in need, with financial aid going to high-achieving students who take rigorous high school course work and to college majors of math, science or a critical foreign language, respectively.
The budget also proposes another boost for community college students increasing the level of Academic Competitiveness Grants by 50 percent, a move in line with the administration's efforts to improve high schools (See related story, page 13.)
But Baime is less enthusiastic when asked about the proposed increase in Academic Competitiveness Grants.
The office is also setting up a Similar committee to deal with rewriting Academic Competitiveness Grants rules.
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