CPRO

AcronymDefinition
CPROCoal Pile Run-off (Avon Lake Power Plant)
CPROColumbia Pike Revitalization Organization
CPROChief Public Relations Officer (various organizations)
CPROCultural Policy Research Online (database)
CPROCentre de Perfectionnement et de Référence En Optométrie (French: Development Center and Reference Center of Optometry)
CPROConnecticut Peer Review Organization, Inc.
CPROCampaign for Pesticide Reduction Ontario (Canada)
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The DOF calls the CPRO as the agency's "think tank," which is tasked to review tariff and customs administration policies, but it is largely regarded as an office where Customs employees stay while on a "floating" status.
They claimed their detail to CPRO, in effect, was a demotion.
In the CPO, Lina did not say why Peralta was moved to the CPRO, supposedly the Customs think tank.
140 (Series of 2013), which provides that the CPRO shall be composed of its organic personnel, augmented and reinforced by personnel from both the DOF, as well as those detailed or seconded from other government agencies.
CPRO, a top provider of print solutions in Latin America, is present in 12 countries in the region and employs 50.
B-107-2015, a copy of which was obtained by the Inquirer, the chair of the Lina Group of Companies did not say why Peralta was moved to the CPRO.
140 (Series of 2013), which provides that the CPRO shall be composed of its organic personnel, augmented and reinforced by personnel from the Department of Finance, as well as those detailed or seconded from other government agencies.
Soon after the incident, the locals protesting against the incident surrounded the train, said the CPRO, adding that there were no reports of violence.
She also said the report was prepared by "only four" of the more than one dozen customs district collectors who were transferred to the CPRO after it was created late last year.
The PIAD head has yet to check on the three Customs officials who were recently transferred to the CPRO: Elvira Cruz, district collector of the Port of Limay in Bataan; Rolando Sacramento, chief of the Intelligence Unit of the Customs Intelligence and Investigation Division, and intelligence officer Jimmy Guban.
In a Customs Personnel Order issued two weeks ago by Commissioner Ruffy Biazon, the following BOC personnel were detailed to the CPRO: Assistant Commissioner Ericson Alcovendaz of the Post Entry Audit Group; Director George Alino of the Enforcement Security Service; Director Fernandino Tuason of the Intelligence and Investigation Service; Director Simplicio Domingo of the Legal Service; Collector Remedios Espinosa; Special Police chief Jose Brigido Yuchongco; Special Police Lt.
Biazon said he felt bad that some "top-performing" port collectors were among those moved to the CPRO.