CIAT

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AcronymDefinition
CIATCentro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (Spanish: International Center for Tropical Agriculture, Colombia)
CIATCentro Interamericano de Administraciones Tributarias (Spanish: Inter-American Center of Tax Administrations)
CIATChartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (UK)
CIATCoalition to Insure Against Terrorism
CIATCompagnie Internationale André Trigano (French: André Trigano International Company)
CIATComité Interministériel d'Aménagement du Territoire (French: Interministerial Committee for Territorial Planning; Haiti)
CIATComité International d’Accompagnement de la Transition (French: International Committee to Support Transition; Democratic Republic of Congo)
CIATConstraint-Induced Aphasia Therapy
CIATCounterintelligence Analytic Team (US DoD)
CIATCentre Intégré en Alimentation et Tourisme (Quebec, Canada)
CIATCombined Integrated Air and Missile Defense and Anti-Submarine Warfare Trainer (Tatitlek Corporation)
CIATCentre interaméricain des Administrateurs Fiscaux (French: Inter-American Centre of Tax Administrations)
CIATCollaborative Infrastructure Assessment Tool
CIATCalifornia Institute of Automotive Technology
CIATCompagnie Industrielle d'Application Thermiques (French: Thermics Application Industrial Company)
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The Coalition to Insure Against Terrorism represents a wide range of businesses and other organizations throughout the real estate, manufacturing, utility, construction, transportation, entertainment and retail sectors.
The Coalition to Insure Against Terrorism (CIAT), which represents commercial insurance policyholders, had lobbied for the initial bill passed by the House in September, which called for a 15-year extension and the inclusion of potential nuclear, biological, chemical and radiological threats in its coverage.
There's an ongoing "very active, vibrant debate" within the lobbying community, and policyholder groups, such as the Real Estate Roundtable and the Coalition to Insure Against Terrorism, about proposals for a permanent federal backstop for terrorism insurance, said Joel Wood, senior vice president for government affairs for The Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers.
For example, the Coalition to Insure Against Terrorism represents a wide range of businesses and organizations throughout the transportation, real estate, manufacturing, construction, entertainment and retail sectors, and are united in their efforts to secure the extension of TRIA.
Clifton Rodgers, senior vice president at the Real Estate Roundtable, a member of the Coalition to Insure Against Terrorism, which represents policyholders, said TRIA as currently written could serve as a backstop to CBRN coverage but that currently there is no insurer writing this coverage.
As part of the 70-member Coalition to Insure Against Terrorism (CIAT), MBA supports the bipartisan Senate bill to extend TRIA for two years.
The Coalition to Insure Against Terrorism (CIAT) welcomed the House decision and has urged passed of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Revision and Extension Act when it comes before the full House membership at the end of the year.
and its partners in the Coalition to Insure Against Terrorism (CIAT) will continue to press Congress for a quick resolution.
Maurin, a past chairman of the International Council of Shopping Centers and founder of Stirling Properties, Covington, La., spoke as a client and as a member of the Coalition to Insure Against Terrorism, which represents commercial policyholders in the construction, entertainment, manufacturing, real estate, retail and transportation industries.
MBA is a member of the Coalition to Insure Against Terrorism (CIAT), Washington, D.C., a group representing businesses and organizations throughout the transportation, real estate, manufacturing, construction, entertainment and retail sectors.
The Coalition to Insure Against Terrorism (CIAT), of which NAA/NMHC are members, has asked the U.S.
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