DCIP


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AcronymDefinition
DCIPDefense Critical Infrastructure Program
DCIPDefense Career Intern Program (US DoD Inspector General)
DCIP2,6-Dichlorophenol Indophenol
DCIPDigital Cinema Implementation Partners LLC
DCIPDesign Change Improvement Program
DCIPDoorCom IP (Siedle USA)
DCIPDependency Court Intervention Program
DCIPDuctile Cast Iron Pipe
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Hatem told DCIP that he was walking to school with his brother when he saw clashes taking place in Ras Al-Amoud, where his school is located.
The activities of succinate: DCIP oxidoreductase (complex II) were determined according to the method developed by (13).
The DCIP offers insurance coverage to transactions in which a minimum of 30 percent of the added value in the products transacted come from ICIEC member states.
The DCIP provides insurance coverage to transactions in which a minimum of 30 per cent of the added value in the products transacted come from ICIEC member states.
The DCIP will help us reliably protect and controlrisks in trade finance transactions, which in turn will help us better support the trading needs of Arab energy companies and enhance our trade-finance business growth.
This study used DCIP to mine association rules between the metabolic syndrome and lifestyles.
The funding from DCIP via JP Morgan and Blackstone Advisory Partners came through in March, with $660 million secured toward easing the 3D screen deficit.
The goals of DCIP are: (1) to develop a cadre of faculty committed to transforming courses to reflect diversity--diverse perspectives, issues and social justice; (2) to encourage faculty who had successfully gone through the program to serve as mentors for their colleagues and lead workshops and seminars on curriculum transformation and development in their respective units and departments; and (3) to encourage faculty engagement in diversity-related scholarship in their disciplines.
The GAO analyzed the DCIP, recognizing that DOD relies
GAO was asked to evaluate the extent to which DOD has (1) incorporated aspects of DCIP into its exercises in the Transportation Defense Sector and (2) developed DCIP training standards departmentwide and made installation personnel aware of existing DCIP expertise.
Recognizing the role that supporting foundational infrastructure plays in an installation's ability to perform its mission essential tasks, the DCIP community sought to develop a consistent, "best practices" approach to assessing such infrastructure.
In the new complex I assay, DCIP is used as a terminal electron acceptor.