CCIA


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CCIAComputer & Communications Industry Association
CCIACanadian Cattle Identification Agency
CCIACommission of the Churches on International Affairs
CCIACitrix Certified Integration Architect
CCIACalifornia Court Interpreters Association (Encinitas, CA)
CCIACamera de Comert Industrie si Agricultura
CCiACultural Creatives in Action
CCIAConnecticut Construction Industries Association
CCIACaravan and Camping Industry Association (Australia)
CCIACumberland County Improvement Authority
CCIACommunity Corrections Improvement Association
CCIACamden County Improvement Authority
CCIACanadian Career Information Association
CCIAComesa Common Investment Area (Zambia)
CCIAConsumer Credit Insurance Association
CCIACentral Carpet Industries Association (Nepal)
CCIAComité Consultivo Internacional del Algodón
CCIACongrés Internacional de l'Associació Catalana d'Intel·ligència Artificial (Catalan Association for Artificial Intelligence)
CCIAConcrete Corrosion Inhibitors Association
CCIACertified Crime & Intelligence Analyst
CCIAChicago Coalition for Information Access
CCIACloud Creek Institute for the Arts
CCIACommercial Carriers Insurance Agency, Inc.
CCIAChinese Christians in Action
CCIACommittee for Central and Inner Asia
CCIACentral California Interclub Association
CCIAColorado Commission of Indian Affairs
CCIACollege Committee on Instruction & Appraisal
CCIAConsole Computer Interface Adapter
CCIACommunity College Internal Auditors (California)
CCIAChild Care Institute of America
CCIACoopérative de Consommation de l'Île d'Anticosti (Quebec, Canada)
CCIACrystal Cove Interpretive Association
CCIACave Creek Improvement Association
CCIACongrés Català d’Intelligència Artificial
CCIACommunity Coalitions in Action
CCIAChristmas Cove Improvement Association (South Bristol, ME)
CCIAConseil Canadien de l'Information sur les Ailments
CCIACarolina Capital Investment Corporation
CCIACertified Claims Inspectors Association
CCIAComputer & Communications Industry (Washington, DC)
CCIACalifornia Crop Improvement Association
CCIAChildren's Cancer Institute Australia
CCIAColorado Compensation Insurance Authority
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The third budget, which we have been receiving for three years now, is an amount of $15,000 from the CCIA for the activities I mentioned earlier.
Participating CCIA members affirmed a vision articulated by CCIA's director, Mr Peter Prove, for CCIA during its current mandate, as follows.
CCIA aims to establish Colorado as a world leader in clean technology by providing representation and advocacy, a unified voice, relevant programming and capacity development.
She quoted CCIA president Ed Black as saying: "It s a fair assumption DoJ wouldn t be sending these (CIDs) if they didn t think thereEoe1/4aos a broad pattern of abusive conduct.
The CCIA indicated that its primary aim is to indicate that both sides of the copyright issues (the rights of copyright owners and copyright users) have an impact on the economy and deserve balanced treatment.
To bolster its case, CCIA commissioned a study that shows one in eight American workers are employed in industries that benefit from fair use provisions.
CCIA maintains a list of 16 diseases that require immediate reporting, ranging from rabies to anthrax.
Bosses of the CCIA have been given until Thursday to explain the situation or risk being struck off the charity register There is no suggestion that Mrs Blair knew how the money would be split.
A CCIA statement said: "We are taking this matter very seriously.
According to The Australian newspaper, Consumer Affairs Victoria (CAV) found that only 8%, or $15,800 of the $192,000 raised from the evening made it back to the CCIA for cancer research, with $176,000 absorbed in paying for the dinner and guest speakers.
According to reports only 8% of the 192,000 Australian dollars raised made it back to the CCIA with 176,000 Australian dollars absorbed in paying for the dinner and guest speakers.
According to The Australian newspaper, the watchdog Consumer Affairs Victoria, acting on a tip-off, found that only eight per cent, or 15,800 Australian dollars, of the 192,000 dollars raised from the evening made it back to the CCIA for cancer research, with 176,000 Australian dollars absorbed in paying for the dinner and speakers.