EBRCE-Business Research Center
EBRCEngin Blindé de Reconnaissance et de Combat (French: Reconnaissance and Combat Armored Vehicle)
EBRCElectronic Bank Realization Certificate
EBRCEnhanced Business Reporting Consortium
EBRCEaster Bush Research Consortium (UK)
EBRCEmirates Bird Records Committee (United Arab Emirates)
EBRCEast Bay Radio Controllers (Livermore, CA)
EBRCEast Brunswick Racquet Club (New Jersey)
EBRCEast Boulder Recreational Center (Boulder, CO)
EBRCEast Bay Resource Center (nonprofit support; Oakland, CA)
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With respect to partisan gerrymandering, Tan and Grofman (2016, 14) further point to a "suspicious" pattern of the EBRC creating new SMCs inside or at the edges of GRC strongholds prior to both the 2011 and 2015 GEs.
According to the book 'Breeding Birds of the United Arab Emirates', by former EBRC Chairman Simon Aspinall, published in 2010 by the Environment Agency, Abu Dhabi, EAD, nearly 100 bird species, excluding introduced species, have been recorded breeding in the UAE.
The VBCI, which entered service recently and has been deployed to Afghanistan, the Central African Republic, and Mali, and the multirole armored vehicle (vehicle blinde multi-roles, or VBMR) and the EBRC, which are due to enter service by 2020, are heavier than the vehicles they are intended to replace and offer greater protection, including add-on armor kits.
This entails chassis and body shell, ballistic protection solutions, CBRN protection and interior design of the VBMR and EBRC as well as weapon system control electronics.
"With its predominant focus on private enterprise, the EBRC is particularly well placed to promote the priorities of the private sector in its interaction with relevant authorities in key supply countries," the statement added.
An April 2011 Knowledge@Wharton article reporting the results of a Dodd-Frank-related survey of middle to top corporate management it conducted jointly with the Enhanced Business Reporting Consortium (EBRC) underscores the need for this type of reporting--beyond those required by Dodd-Frank.
A bird recorder with the Emirates Bird Records Committee (EBRC) - an independent source that records ornithological data in agreement with the official Environmental Agency of Abu Dhabi - Pedersen says 246 species of birds have been recorded in Safa Park, Mamzar Park and the Creekside Park so far.
Once formal descriptions and photographs of the Wilson's Phalarope have been assessed by the Emirates Bird Record Committee (EBRC), it will become the 435 th wild species on the official UAE Bird List, maintained by the EBRC in association with EAD.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRC) has said it is willing to provide financing once it sees gas supply contracts, completion agreements and the technical parameters.
As a follow on to the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants' Special Committee on Enhanced Business Reporting, the Enhanced Business Reporting Consortium (EBRC) launched with the following four founding members: Pricewater-houseCoopers, Microsoft Corp., Grant Thornton and the AICPA.
Thomson states, "IMA believes that there is an imbalance in the accounting profession, with too much emphasis on the 'tail end of the dog' (end of the value chain)--e.g., audit, final financial report preparation and delivery, etc." Among the groups Thomson thinks "should be at the table" are: IMA's Financial Reporting Committee (FRC), XBRL-US and XBRL International, AICPA's Enhanced Business Reporting Committee (EBRC), and the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).