BICES

AcronymDefinition
BICESBattlefield Information, Collection, & Exploitation System
BICESBuilding Inspection and Code Enforcement System (software)
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"BICES 2019 will be a stage for Zoomlion to showcase our technological innovations in 'Intelligent Manufacturing' (IM).
While traditional commission-based variable annuity products will still require a best-interest contract exemption (BICE) for clients with individual retirement accounts, the requirements for such exemptions are much lower than initially proposed.
(15.) Glynn Hines, Director, BICES Agency NATO, "Building Capabilities for Multinational Interoperability in an Era of Austerity," March 13, 2014.
In 2010 European Command recognized the need to employ BICES rapidly throughout the theater since "other NATO countries have been using the system for years"; nevertheless, the AOC possessed only one BICES terminal.
To facilitate mission command, the 21st TSC implemented several different systems, including the Battle Command Sustainment Support System (BCS3), Global Combat Support System-Joint (GCSS-Joint), Logistics Functional Area Services (LOGFAS), and Battlefield Information Collection and Exploitation Systems (BICES).
There are two critical intelligence networks that a European RAF unit requires: DCGS-A and Battlefield Information Collection and Exploitation Systems (BICES).
This event looks at the progress, needs and challenges of the International Partner Action Group, US BICES, and the Mission Partner Network.
NATO allies use Battlefield Information Collection and Exploitation Systems (BICES) with Logistics Functional Area Services, which provide them with a logistics common operational picture.
This platform replicates real-world systems, such as the Battlefield Information Collection and Exploitation Systems (BICES), but without the functionality of the NATO Intelligence Toolbox and Joint Operations Intelligence Information System.