ASIP

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AcronymDefinition
ASIPAgence des Systèmes d'Information Partagés de Santé (French: Agency for Shared Health Information Systems)
ASIPAmerican Society for Investigative Pathology
ASIPApplication Specific Instruction Set Processor
ASIPAsociación Internacional de Presupuesto Público (Spanish: Public Budget International Association; Argentina)
ASIPApprenticeship and Skill Improvement Program (union program)
ASIPAircraft Structural Integrity Program
ASIPAirborne Signals Intelligence Payload
ASIPAir-Sea Interaction Profiler
ASIPAdvanced System Improvement Program
ASIPArrow System Improvement Program (US DoD)
ASIPApplication Specific Integrated Photonics (est. 2000)
ASIPAmerican Society for Industrial Security
ASIPAmerican Society of Illustrators Partnership
ASIPAction-Specific Implementation Plan
ASIPAirframe Structural Integrity Program
ASIPAssociate of the UK Society of Investment Professionals (now CFA Society of the UK)
ASIPArizona School Improvement Plan
ASIPArmy Stationing & Installation Plan
ASIPAgouti Signaling Peptide (gene)
ASIPAdvanced Signals Intelligence Program (intelligence collection)
ASIPAlgorithm-Specific Instruction Set Processor
ASIPAll-Source Imagery Processing System (USMC)
ASIPAdvanced System Improvement Plan
ASIPAdvanced SINCGARS Improvement Program
ASIPAlliance Supplier Improvement Program (Nissan and Renault)
ASIPAppleshare Internet Protocol (Apple Computers Server software)
ASIPAntarctic Site Inventory Project
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He is also an American Society for Industrial Security Certified Protection Professional.
11 terrorist attacks, Webster University has teamed with the American Society for Industrial Security to launch an online version of its graduate degree in organizational and business security management."
The American Society for Industrial Security estimates that American companies lost more than $45 billion in intellectual property in 1999.
Finally, the test maker launched its new "industrial" version of the Drug Detector at September's American Society for Industrial Security meeting in Orlando, Fla.
And incidents of workplace violence have more than tripled since the 1970s, according to the American Society for Industrial Security. The most dangerous places to work include hospitals, nursing homes and social service agencies.
* The American Society for Industrial Security, with more than 30,000 members, offers help on security management.
The company debuted the new DataCard(R) ViaNet(TM) data retrieval software at the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) conference in Dallas.
According to the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS), physical security services, which grew 15% annually in the 1990s, is the seventh-fastest growing service industry.
According to a survey of Fortune 500 companies by the American Society for Industrial Security, U.S.
Prince Bandar spoke recently at the cybersecurity meeting organized by the Jeddah branch of the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS International).
Kniskern also served as Chairman of the Northeast Nuclear Security Group and of the Utilities Committee for the American Society for Industrial Security.
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