CARCS

AcronymDefinition
CARCSComputer-Assisted Resident Candidate Selection
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The CARCS has requested the state administration office and office of special envoy for better governance and reforms of president to review the illegal appointments and end the practice.
The law is that any type of selection and appointment of civil servants should be communicated to CARCS.
On May 29, CARCS set up a commission to review and monitor appointments in MoPH.
Wahidullah Mayar, the MoPH spokesperson, denied the charge, and said the documents were sent to CARCS.
Following the preparation of this report, the CARCS sent a letter on 12 May 2015 to the MoPH secretariat, urging it to stop the illegal appointments.
CARCs were first developed in the early 1970s to protect deployed systems in extreme environments.
A significant benefit of the new lower VOC/no-HAP CARCs is the reduced exposure of personnel to potentially hazardous working conditions associated with VOC and HAP emissions.
Except for a few minor adjustments, the new CARC formulations serve as drop-in replacements for the older formulations; therefore, personnel who were experienced in applying CARCs required little or no training in applying a new CARC topcoat.
CARC formulation comparison Silica-based CARCs Polymeric bead-based CARCs * MIL-DTL-64159, Type I * MIL-DTL-64159, Type II * Plural component * Plural component * WD * WD * Up to 1.8 pounds of VOC * Up to 1.8 pounds of VOC per gallon per gallon * MIL-DTL-53039C, Types I * MIL-DTL-53039C, Types and II III-VI and VIII * Single component * Single component * Solvent-based * Solvent-based * 1.5 pounds of VOC per * Under 1.5 pounds of gallon VOC per gallon
CARC topcoats are routinely applied at Army depots and maintenance facilities as part of a repair procedure or to change color.
To determine which CaRCs were involved in HAL-mediated GABA release, the effects of thapsigargin (THP) and cyclopiazonic acid (CPZ), which selectively deplete [IP.sub.3]-sensitive pools of [Ca.sup.2+], and ryanodine (RYD) which blocks [Ca.sup.2+] transport at the ER, were examined.