DPAS

AcronymDefinition
DPASDirection de la Prévention et de l'Action Sociale (French: Department of Prevention and Social Action)
DPASDefense Property Accountability System
DPASDefense Priorities and Allocation System (US DoD)
DPASDrugs Prevention Advisory Service (United Kingdom)
DPASDeep Purple Appreciation Society
DPASDétection de Passage Sécuritaire (French: Detection of Safe Passage)
DPASDefense Property Accounting System
DPASPeriodic Acid Schiff-Positive, Diastase-Resistant (biopsy staining)
DPASDigital Patch & Access System
DPASDiplôme Pratique d'Aide Soignant (French: Practical Caregiver Degree)
DPASDepot Property Accountability System
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DPAS is now based at Huddersfield's Media Centre after successfully winning a tender to support Kirklees schools on the road to legal compliance which includes; providing consultancy, training and tools to aid data and cyber security in addition to providing the new legal role of Data Protection Officer for Kirklees Schools.
In 2017/18, around 80 new DPAs were agreed in the area, down from around 85 a year before.
DPAs are a new concept for Federal incumbent protection in the CBRS Band.
Following the CJEU ruling, the European DPAs' Article 29 working group put the situation in clear terms: "[T]ransfers that are still taking place under the Safe Harbor decision after the CJEU judgment are unlawful." The group nonetheless delayed enforcement activities--albeit briefly--until the end of January 2016.
"The acquisition of DPAS will enable Wesleyan to strengthen its commercial offering in the dental market where we have a strong presence through other parts of the group including Practice Plan.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has presented the bank with a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA).
(5) Part III outlines the specific case of Arthur Andersen and the prosecutorial shift to the use of DPAs. (6) Part IV examines the effectiveness of DPAs, while analyzing the deficiencies associated with them.
Steve Crimmins, a partner with K&L Gates in Washington, who served for eight years as the SEC's deputy chief litigation counsel, told ThinkAdvisor.com that DPAs were added to the SEC's toolkit by former SEC Chair Mary Schapiro, "but the SEC used them sparingly and only for entities."
"To balance these competing considerations, the DPA holds Herckis accountable for his misconduct but gives him significant credit for reporting the fraud and providing full cooperation without any assurances of leniency."
Table 3 compares the performance of the fabricated DPAs in this study with those present in the literature.