CEVS

AcronymDefinition
CEVSCampus Events Visitor Services
CEVSChicagoland Emergency Vehicle Show (Chicago, IL)
CEVSCommunity Equipment Virtual Store (est. 2004; Department of Health; UK)
CEVSCentral European Values Studies
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We would like to thank the State Health Secretariat of Rio Grande do Sul, in particular the State Health Surveillance Center and the Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Working Group/ CEVS, as well as the School of Public Health/RS.
CEVS offers a unique platform for being part of one of the most sophisticated and revolutionary clean energy projects in the nation.
Dutton was one of two pilot astronauts selected by NASA in 2004 to begin training for development of NASA's next generation of spacecraft, the Crew Exploration Vehicle, or CEV, which will replace the shuttle program and begin ferrying crews of astronauts to and from the International Space Station in coming years.
In 1996, the combat-engineer company lost two CEVs and eight personnel, according to the revised MTOE.
Recommended Vehicle Additions FY96 MTOE Vehicle/Personnel Quantity Cost per Unit Total CEV 2 $676,796.00 $1,353,592.00 12B30 2 12B20 2 12B10 4 Changed MTOE Recommended Vehicle/Personnel Quantity Cost per Unit Total M998 (cargo) 2 $34,735.00 $69,470.00 12B30 2 Total Savings $1,284,122.00 Table 3.
The evaluation is funded through this grant and the National Institute of Justice under grant 96 CEVS 0017.
The services cited were the General Health Surveillance Coordination (CGVS) and the State Health Surveillance Center (CEVS), responsible for Health Surveillance actions in the city of Porto Alegre and the state of Rio Grande do Sul, respectively.
The ESP/RS, CGVS and CEVS established the Integrated Health Residency (IHR) with emphasis on Health Surveillance, a course based on the education-service integration guideline, facilitating practice settings in the four major areas of Health Surveillance--epidemiological, health, worker's health and environmental--in the municipal and state perspectives, where CGVS is the first-year and CEVS the second-year field of training.
Army to the development of special-purpose armored combat-engineer vehicles (CEVs).