DCMS


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AcronymDefinition
DCMSDepartment for Culture, Media and Sport (UK government)
DCMSDepartment of Culture, Media and Sport (UK)
DCMSDallas County Medical Society
DCMSDisaster Credit Management System
DCMSDistribution Center Management (and Control) System
DCMSDistributed Call Measurement System
DCMSDeputy Commandant for Mission Support (US Coast Guard)
DCMSData Creation and Maintenance System (Medline)
DCMSDaviess County Middle School (Kentucky)
DCMSDistributed Content Management System (training management and delivery solution.)
DCMSDirector, COMSEC Material System
DCMSDigital Circuit Multiplication System
DCMSDigital Credit Management System
DCMSDay Care Management Software (Orgamation)
DCMSDefense Contractor Monitoring Station
DCMSDisparate Content Management System
DCMSDamage Control Management System
DCMSData Capture & Management System (IBM)
DCMSDepot Command Management System
DCMSDefense COMSEC Material System
DCMSDay Care Management System (software)
DCMSDivision of Chemistry and Materials Science (FDA)
DCMSDesign Change Management System (Lucent)
DCMSDigital Cross-Connection Management System (Sprint)
DCMSDivision of Mail and Courier Services (Office of Research Services; US NIH)
DCMSDebt Collection Management Service (student financial aid)
DCMSDutchess County Medical Society (Poughkeepsie, NY)
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Wrong for the government, which has twice made a manifesto pledge to conduct a sale, the DCMS believes; wrong for horseracing, which has been guaranteed a share of proceeds, and wrong for the Tote, which has soldiered on through uncertainty under chief executive Trevor Beaumont.
Compli's DCMS reduces the growing regulatory and OEM franchise requirements burden on dealership operations.
The spokesman was responding to comments made last week in a report on on-course bookmaking by the cross-party DCMS select committee.
Mr Stephens, DCMS permanent secretary, claimed the 30-year-old had been "drawn into a web of manipulation".
A spokeswoman for DCMS said: "Any amendments to how fees are paid to the Gambling Commission would require a change to primary legislation.
Manufacturers and distributors increase their ability to manage inventory flows, labor and resources through the advanced warehouse functions of Infor DCMS.
The DCMS is an automated compliance solution that incorporates automotive legal content from Subject Matter Experts like Hudson Cook LLP, Fisher & Phillips LLP, EORM and Auto Advisory Services, combined with automated best practices to create turn-key "good faith" compliance programs for automotive dealerships.
Talks are continuing between the DCMS, S4C and the BBC about future governance and funding arrangements.
As an independent non-departmental public body sponsored by the DCMS, the Gambling Commission was believed by some economic commentators to be vulnerable to the cost-saving measures, but it is largely funded by fees from the licences and permits it is responsible for issuing to gambling operators, so it has escaped the axe.
DCMS has so far refused to release the documents, on the grounds that it wished to respect the confidentiality of members of the Royal Household and it would inhibit the free and frank exchange of views between ministers and Palace aides.
But indications from Whitehall were the council "got wind the DCMS was within a day or two of publishing" the report and took action "at the eleventh hour".
It is the DCMS which decides which UK sites are put forward for worldwide recognition and has chosen to nominate Wearmouth-Jarrow for world status in 2010.