DCIADebt Collection Improvement Act
DCIADistributed Computing Industry Association (international trade organization)
DCIADirector of the Central Intelligence Agency
DCIADirectly Connected Impervious Area (water management; various locations)
DCIADurham Congregations in Action (Durham, NC)
DCIADeep Circumflex Iliac Artery (pelvis)
DCIADroit Comparé et International des Affaires (French: Comparative Law and International Affairs)
DCIADependent Converging Instrument Approach (air traffic control procedure)
DCIADiploma in Computerised Industrial Accounting (India)
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The move is part of a strategic effort to expand TIA's services that address the full range of needs facing the connectivity industry today, and with respect to DCIA members' involvement, emerging opportunities in the media and entertainment sector for content delivery by means of distributed computing technologies.
In the Mustoja basin, the directly connected impervious area or DCIA was determined to be 26.8% of the total land use area (see Table 3).
From this moment the following vehicle will start decelerating with the DCIA value in a way that the net distance between the vehicles at time T is infinitely small and their speeds are equal.
Other domiciles appeal to smaller companies by offering fiat tax rates, such as Delaware's 0.2 percent rate on direct written premium; offering tax holidays (as Vermont does); or reducing their premium tax to zero, as Arizona has, according to Richard Klumpp of the DCIA.
Verizon's Doug Pasko, who co-chairs the P4P initiative, said that in field tests conducted by the DCIA, P4P cut the distance data traveled over networks by as much as half, "which has broad implications for the emerging P2P industry." In addition to saving cable operators' money by using less broadband, more efficient usage of that broadband space means cable carriers can offer added video services such as gaming and interactive shopping.
None of the officials in the 17 states we contacted said they were aware of the reciprocal agreement provision in DCIA, and all expressed interest in pursuing this debt collection opportunity.
In the absence of Congressional language authorizing application of HEA to Social Security offsets, the district court concluded that the specific limitations in DCIA prevail."
RazorPop is a member of the Distributed Computing Industry Association (DCIA).
FMS will offset only those Social Security benefit payments that individually exceed the $750-per-month threshold as established under the Debt Collection Improvement Act of 1996 (DCIA).
Washington, DC, May 05, 2015 --(PR.com)-- At the request of member companies, the Distributed Computing Industry Association (DCIA) is establishing a new working group to drive advancement of digital rights management (DRM) technologies, services, and business practices.