CERP

(redirected from Commander's Emergency Response Program)
AcronymDefinition
CERPContinuing Education Recognition Points
CERPComprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (United States Army Corp of Engineers; South Florida Water Management District, and other Florida state agencies)
CERPCommander's Emergency Response Program (Army program in Iraq)
CERPCentre for Education Research and Practice (UK)
CERPContinuing Education Recognition Program
CERPCentre Européen de Recherches Préhistoriques (French: European Center for Prehistoric Research)
CERPCertified Ecological Restoration Practitioner (Society for Ecological Restoration)
CERPCasting Emission Reduction Program (est. 1994)
CERPCertified Event Rental Professional
CERPCampus Emergency Response Plan (various schools)
CERPComité Européen des Régulateurs Postaux
CERPCertified Expert RMF Professional (Lunarline School of Cybersecurity; various locations)
CERPCenter for the Evaluation & Research on Pain (Milan, Italy)
CERPCapital Equipment Replacement Program
CERPComprehensive Emergency Response Plan
CERPCentre Européen de Recueil de Paramètres (French web development company)
CERPC++ Eclipse Refactoring Plugin
CERPCommunity Environmental Resource Program
CERPCertified Education Recognition Program
CERPContinuing Education Recognition Provider
CERPCertified Equine Rehabilitation Practitioner (horse physical therapy)
CERPCommunity Enhancement and Regeneration Programme (Trinidad and Tobago)
CERPCertification of Hazardous Materials Packaging
CERPCoastal Engineering Research Program
CERPCareer Employment Resource Program (Toronto, Canada)
CERPComputer Equipment Replacement Program
CERPCivil Engineering Report of Performance
CERPComprehensive Environmental Restoration Program
CERPCenter for Evaluation, Research and Planning
CERPCollege Entrance Review Program
CERPContractor Employee Reliability Program
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Three such efforts are examined in this pursuit: the Commander's Emergency Response Program (CERP), the Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) construct, and the Village Stability Operations (VSO) program.
As a subset of the overarching OCO budget, the J8 Contingency Operations Branch is also responsible for the development and oversight of special OCO authorities that provide funding for the development of security forces in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq, policy and fiscal management of the Commander's Emergency Response Program, wartime military construction and key partnership activities such as Global Train and Equip and Coalition Support Funds.
officer (for Commander's Emergency Response Program
Other interesting comments are made about the ability of unit commanders to allocate cash to locals for development projects in Iraq under the Commander's Emergency Response Program, with Hodge pointing out the (albeit short-term) benefits of using money to help buy security as well as the problems in trying to account for bricks of $20 bills at times being moved around in plastic bags.
The BCT commander recognizes this problem and employs the resources of the Commander's Emergency Response Program (CERP) to address these shortcomings.
Combined Joint Interagency Task Force 435 facilitated the $1.2 million purchase using Commander's Emergency Response Program funds, enabling commanders to successfully respond to urgent humanitarian relief and reconstruction requirements within their areas of responsibility by carrying out programs that immediately assist the local population.
* United States Forces Afghanistan provides Afghan-specific CERP guidance in USFOR-A Publication 1-06, "Money as a Weapons System Afghanistan (MAAWS-A): Commander's Emergency Response Program (CERP) SOP (Standard Operating Procedures)" (December 2009).
In the coming year, funding for the Commander's Emergency Response Program (CERP), a program that provides funding directly to a commander to be spent on development efforts, will be $1.2 billion.
Before closing, I'd like to say just a few words about the Commander's Emergency Response Program (CERP), which continues to be a powerful tool for military commanders in carrying out counterinsurgency operations in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
The range of funds up for grabs between the different departments includes everything from coalition support funds and Combatant Commanders' initiative funds to foreign military financing, the Commander's Emergency Response Program (CERP) funding, and many more.
She referred to the Commander's Emergency Response Program (CERP) and stated that reconstruction was proceeding ad hoc and that American military officers in the field were distributing aid "with very little accountability." Ten days later she gave a speech to USAID employees and went even further.
troop construction projects normally are under the supervision of a platoon leader and platoon sergeant, many Commander's Emergency Response Program projects do not receive the same level of quality assurance attention, due to personnel and location limitations.
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