CECPCenter for Effective Collaboration and Practice
CECPChief Executives for Corporate Purpose (coalition)
CECPCountry Extended Code Page (IBM)
CECPConseil de l'Enseignement des Communes et des Provinces (Belgium)
CECPCustomer Engagement Compliance Professional (Professional Association for Customer Engagement)
CECPChina Energy Conservation Program
CECPCertified Expert Crypto Professional (Lunarline School of Cybersecurity; various locations)
CECPCompatibility Engineering Change Proposal
CECPCampaign to Eliminate Childhood Poverty
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The CECP plans to restore and reconstruct the ruins into galleries, film showing and performance venues, showrooms and other spaces meant to showcase Filipino creativity.
De la Rosa said Paolo Mercado, founder and president of the CECP, plans to restore and reconstruct the ruins into galleries, film showing and performance venues, showrooms and other creative spaces.
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) said that it will participate in the 2018 CECP CEO Investor Forum in San Francisco, scheduled for April 19 at 1:45 p.m.
'I want to thank the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP).
The annual benchmark publication is developed each year by the business research association The Conference Board in partnership with the organization CECP, which was formed in 1998 by Paul Newman and business leaders John C.
Upon return to Schofield Barracks, SBCT leaders wanted to capitalize on the experience and developed Operation Slim Warrior, based on an internal RPAT-like consolidated excess collection point (CECP), to reduce excess organizational property within the SBCT.
Competition Protection (CECP), Artak Shaboyan, said over today's sitting of the commission.
The AGP in his memo to the CECP advised that the Election Commission should proceed in the dual nationality case itself in accordance with the relevant provision of the Constitution and "determine whether the Supreme Court of Pakistan is mandated by the constitution to issue such direction to it or not".
Margaret Coady, director of the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP) in New York City, said 57 percent of companies in CECP's survey increased giving, at least one in five upping giving by 25 percent or more.
The Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP), an international forum of business leaders focused on measuring and encouraging corporate philanthropy, recently released its Giving in Numbers report for 2011.
Definition 3.2.1 Computational Elliptic Curve Problem (CECP).