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CAFDComputer-Aided Fixture Design
CAFDComputer Aided Fashion Design (software; Wing Hang Tang)
CAFDCash Available for Distribution
CAFDComptrollers (Automatic Message) Accounting Format Description
CAFDCentral Arkansas Family Dentistry (North Little Rock)
CAFDConnecticut Appliance and Fireplace Distributors LLC (Southington, CT)
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Despite just two years of training, and a few days with other inbound comptrollers before the command tour begins, an FMLP officer will realize they are at a distinct disadvantage from the core-FMers who know each other and the career field.
37) Like other comptrollers, Hevesi has also faced pay-to-play allegations.
To establish a strategic partnership with the wing commander and senior staff, comptrollers must earn a seat at the strategic table by establishing credibility at the tactical and operational levels.
The comptroller is also responsible for collection of the tourist development tax--essentially a bed tax imposed on tourists and collected by hotels--that raises nearly $100 million a year.
City Comptroller Elizabeth Holtzman's report, prepared by Associate General Counsel Marc S.
These are among the key findings from the Grant Thornton LLP Survey of Senior Finance Executives, which polled 122 chief financial officers and comptrollers at companies ranging in size from more than $2 billion in annual revenues to less than $50 million in annual revenues.
Thomas, US Coast Guard (USCG) Hawaii Pacific, Comptroller.
According to HUD Secretary Jack Kemp, the CFO and five comptrollers will help build a departmentwide structure for managing HUD's financial activities.
Specific duties will include: o Advising the Comptroller and Deputy Comptrollers on Internal Audit.
Comptroller leadership can defuse this issue by launching a "Campaign for Comptrollers.
The National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers and Treasurers (NASACT) will offer specialized finance and human resources/payroll benchmarking services to state governments under a contract signed with The Hackett Group (NASDAQ:ANSR) and Accenture (NYSE:ACN).