FCCS

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FCCSForward Call-Call Screening
FCCSFrench Chamber of Commerce in Singapore
FCCSFranklin County Children Services (Columbus, OH)
FCCSFundamental Critical Care Support
FCCSFederal Claims Collection Standards
FCCSFlorida Community College System
FCCSFédération de la Culture, de la Communication et du Spectacle (French: Federation of Culture, Communication and Entertainment)
FCCSForward Cabin Control Station
FCCSFamily Credit Counseling Service
FCCSFusion Call Control Signaling
FCCSFlorida Commission on Community Service
FCCSFinance, Comptabilité, Contrôle, Stratégie (French: Finance, Accounting, Control, Strategy)
FCCSFilipino Canadian Construction Society (Canada)
FCCSFootball Club Château-Salins (French football club)
FCCSSenior Chief Fire Controlman (Naval Rating)
FCCSForward Cabin Control System
FCCSFlooding and Casualty Control Software
FCCSFleet Command Center System
FCCSFlorida Consortium of Charter Schools, Inc.
FCCSFranklin County Corrections System (Columbus, OH)
FCCSFire Controlman, Chief, Senior (US Navy)
FCCSFundamental Companion Cache Structure
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After an independent agency makes a decision such as the FCCs net neutrality deregulation federal lawmakers have a window of 60 legislative days to reverse the move under the Congressional Review Act.
Chemical RA is central to the decision-making process to authorize the use of the FCCs that are subject to review by a public authority.
The FCC says the online platform will provide the public with more information about consumer complaints and tools to customize how they view the data.
However, it has generally been reported that when FCCs are exposed statically, conventional biocidal antifouling coatings exhibit lower drag than FRCs [e.g., references (10, 11, 13)].
Automatic throttle control, or ATC, is when the FCCs automatically keep the aircraft at 8.1 degrees AOA by providing timely throttle and flight control surface inputs.
The FCCS section of the questionnaire evaluates self-efficacy in foot care based on survey participant responses to various statements (e.g., "I can protect my feet"), using a five-point Likert scale (with 5 meaning "very sure" and 1 meaning "not sure at all").
Consider making an FCCS operator billet for general quarters.
These FCCs must, for instance, contain a range of residential densities, manufacturing centers, passive and active recreational opportunities, open essential public facilities and the like.
A new 28,000 b/d FCC and a hydrotreater have cut fuel oil supply from 19,000 b/d to 3,000 b/d and raised the output of gasoline from 13,000 b/d to 50,000 b/d.
According to Mark Reynolds, technical operations manager at the university, two NEC Univerge Neax 2400 IPXs are tied together with NEC's Fusion Call Control Signaling (FCCS) solution.
Comparisons of the tax liabilities of FCCs and USCCs from 1996 to 2000 varied depending on the measure.