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CASCChina Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (contractor)
CASCComputer Assurance Services Center
CASCCyclic Ascending
CASCCommunity Amateur Sports Club
CASCComputer Algebra in Scientific Computing
CASCCarl Albert State College
CASCCalifornia Association of School Counselors (Duarte, CA)
CASCCalifornia Association of Student Councils
CASCConnecticut Air and Space Center (Stratford, CT)
CASCConstitutional Affairs Select Committee (UK)
CASCCade ATP System Competition
CASCCentral Administrative Support Center
CASCCanadian Automobile Sports Club
CASCCalifornia Air and Space Center
CASCComité d'Action Sociale et Culturelle (French: Social and Cultural Action Committee)
CASCCache Supply Clerk
CASCConcentration and Solution Calculator
CASCCommander, Army Service Corps
CASCCambodian Acid Survivors Charity
CASCCommunauté d'Agglomération Sarreguemines Confluences (French: Sarreguemines Confluence Agglomeration Community; Sarreguemines, France)
CASCCombined Arms Staff Course
CASCCoalition for Academic Supercomputer Centers
CASCCatholic Agency for Social Concern
CASCCommonwealth's Attorney Services Council
CASCChasing Amy Social Club
CASCCommunications Air Support Central
CASCCalvert Administrative Services Company
CASCComputing As Compression
CASCCascade Australian Shepherd Club
CASCControlled Access Storage Cabinets Ltd (UK)
CASCCentral Air Safety Committee (Air Line Pilots Association)
CASCCommercial Activities Steering Committee
CASCCustoms Area Security Center
CASCCapital Area Support Center
CASCClub d'Activités Subaquatiques de Craponne (French: Craponne Underwater Activities Club; Craponne, France)
CASCCorps Area Signal Center
CASCCatalog & Standardization Center
CASCClub Air Soft Chaville (French: Chaville Airsoft Club; Chaville, France)
CASCCommunity Action Services Center
CASCCercle Aquariophile de Saint-Chamond (French: Saint-Chamond Aquarist Circle; Saint-Chamond, France)
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The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Select Committee has exposed outsourcing flaws that led to Carillion's collapse and the hospital left unfinished.
Sir Bernard Jenkin, who chairs The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Select Committee, said in the Commons: "In the absence of a robust system of regulation, high-profile cases, such as that of the former Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, threaten public confidence in the integrity of government."
And last week Justice Minister Jack Straw told the Commons Constitutional Affairs Select Committee that "we have to run very fast to stand still" when it comes to prison space.
Tensions between the political and legal elements of the role have been exposed by the "cash for honours" inquiry, according to the Constitutional Affairs Select Committee.
But the all-party C Constitutional Affairs Select Committee described the proposals as "unnecessary, unpopular and undesirable".
The Commons' all-party Constitutional Affairs Select Committee stated proposals published by the Government in 2004 had gone some way to devising a system which could prevent doctors covering up crimes.
The announcement came as a second cross-party parliamentary committee - the Commons Constitutional Affairs Select Committee - revealed it was launching its own inquiry into the way political parties are funded.
The all-party Constitutional Affairs Select Committee called on ministers to review urgently the way in which so-called `special advocates' operate.
Debate on Constitutional Affairs Select Committee report on implementation of Carter review of legal aid.
Meanwhile the Commons' Constitutional Affairs Select Committee launched an inquiry into compensation culture.
Mr Beith, chairman of the Constitutional Affairs Select Committee which will begin its inquiry in October, said there was growing anecdotal evidence that claims were being "frustrated" because of the financial costs involved in following them through the courts.
According to the Constitutional Affairs Select Committee, the government department responsible for implementing the change suffered from an ``unusually high turnover'' of staff.
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