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DBADatabase Administrator
DBADoing Business As (business entity/name)
DBADoctor of Business Administration
DBADatabase Administration
DBADatabase Architect
DBADepartment of Business Administration (various schools)
DBADatabase Analyst
DBADefense Base Act
DBADesign Business Association
DBADowntown Business Association
DBADoppelbesteuerungsabkommen (German: Double Taxation Agreement)
DBADecibels (Acoustic)
DBADon't Be Afraid (Information Society album)
DBADeveloper and Database Administrator
DBADeutsche Ba (German airline)
DBADynamic Bandwidth Allocation (ISDN)
DBADiamond-Blackfan Anemia
DBADoing Business as
DBADual Brake Assist
DBAData Base Object Api
DBAData Base Administrator
DBAData Base Access
DBAData Base Analyst
DBADynamic Bandwidth Allocation
DBADate Book Archive
DBAData Block Address
DBADesk Based Assessment (archaeology; UK)
DBADe Bellis Antiquitatis (miniatures wargaming rules)
DBADepartment of Business Assistance (Virginia, USA)
DBADigital Broadcasting Australia
DBADéfi Belgique Afrique (French: Belgian Africa Challenge; Belgium)
DBADowntown Berkeley Association (Berkeley, CA)
DBADynamic Bandwidth Assignment
DBADécibel Pondéré A (French: Weighted Decibel)
DBADesign Basis Accident
DBADon't Bother Asking
DBADavid Begg Associates (UK)
DBADécoupe Béton Armé (French: Cut Reinforced Concrete)
DBADowntown Business Alliance
DBADecibel Adjusted
DBADefence Bills Agency (UK)
DBADual Band Antenna
DBADiscussion Board Assignment (various schools)
DBADibenzylidene Acetone
DBADominant Battlespace Awareness
DBADavis-Bacon Act of 1931
DBADavis Business Alliance (Utah)
DBADilute Brown Non-Agouti (laboratory mouse)
DBADiffusion Binding Assay
DBADominant Battlefield Awareness
DBADollar Bill Acceptors
DBADirt Bag Airman (military slang)
DBADowntown Bolivar Association (Bolivar, MO)
DBADigital Broadcast Audio
DBADeductions, Benefits and Accruals
DBADeaf Basketball Association
DBADon Bosco Academy (Philippines)
DBADibasic Esters
DBADesign Based Analysis
DBADaytime Broadcasters Association
DBADirect Budget Authority
DBADiode Box Assembly
DBADorset Business Awards
DBADragon Battleaxe (gaming, Runescape weapon)
DBADifferently-Abled Business Association (Portland, OR)
DBADeformed Bar Anchor
DBADirectory of British Associations
DBADanish Beekeepers' Association (Danmarks Biavlerforening)
DBADumb But Adorable
DBADe Bonis Asportatis (Latin: Carrying Away Goods; legal)
DBADentine Bonding Adhesive (dentistry)
DBADynamic Beam Attenuator (electronics)
DBADesign Basis Aircraft
DBADistance Based Approach (software reliability)
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However paperwork sent to Andy's family shows they "categorically reject" claims that they should have made Andy aware of the Defense Base Act legislation.
law and was not comparable to cases I did find that had been processed through the Defense Base Act.
This 2013 edition guide to the Defense Base Act and the War Hazards Compensation Act provides updates to the two federal statutes which govern workers compensation for civilian consultants, technical representatives, advisors, and all other workers sent overseas to assist with military activities in areas where hostilities are occurring.
(4) The OALJ Rules were amended in 1999 to extend use of settlement judges in Longshore, Defense Base Act, Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act and Nonappropriated Fund Instrumentalities Act cases.
Failure to obtain Defense Base Act insurance for all covered employees not only subjects a company to the risk of potential lawsuits by its employees, it also exposes the company and its officers individually to possible Labor Department fines and criminal actions, as the company and its officers all "shall also be severally liable [for fines] or imprisonment."
The Defense Base Act (DBA) and War Hazards Compensation Act (WHCA) exist to cover civilian employees working overseas for private companies.
DOD still lacked a system to track similar information and referred GAO to Department of Labor data on cases filed under the Defense Base Act for killed or injured contractors.
KBR alleged in a motion for summary judgment that the Defense Base Act (DBA) (2) provided the exclusive remedy for all of plaintiffs' claims.
If your employees fall under the Defense Base Act (see sidebar below), your organization must purchase coverage.
Taha had a workers' compensation claim under the provisions of the Defense Base Act (DBA).
The Defense Department is seeking comment on whether changes should be made in the Defense Base Act insurance program.
Yavener said Clements has a large number of clients in Iraq and Afghanistan, providing Defense Base Act workers' compensation and other covers to civilian employees of the U.S.
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