FCID

AcronymDefinition
FCIDFibre Channel Id
FCIDFood Commodity Intake Database (USDA and US EPA)
FCIDFischi Christian Ingénierie Déconstruction (French engineering company)
FCIDFuel Cycle and Isotopes Division (Oak Ridge National Laboratory; US Department of Energy)
FCIDFond de Co-Investissement Direct (French: Co-Investment Direct Fund)
FCIDFunctional Configuration Identification
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FCID IP Nihal Francis has told court that the progress of suspect Udayanga Weeratunga's extradition inquiry would be informed on the next date cine it is currently in progress in Dubai.
The FCID said the misappropriation of funds took place during the former government's unsuccessful bid for Sri Lanka to host the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
After the initial investigation and verification, ACF sent 512 complaints to such anti-corruption authorities as the Financial Crimes Investigations Division (FCID), the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), the Bribery Commission and the Presidential Commission of Inquiry to Investigate and Inquire into Serious Acts of Fraud, Corruption and Abuse of Power, State Resources and Privileges (PRECIFAC).
On Friday report issued by FCID said that Panjkora river at Dir, Shah Alam river at Takhtabad, Adezai river at Adezai Bridge and Naguman River at Charsadda Road were flowing in medium flood discharging 28715, 9825, 54991 and 18793 cusecs of water.
For example, normative data (e.g., Likert scales) can be made to be ipsative by simply subtracting the grand mean of each individual's scale scores (averaged across all scales) from each of his or her individual scale scores (i.e., ipsatized data, Cattell, 1944; additive ipsative data (AID), Chan & Bentler, 1993); data can be ipsative via the properties of the items response format such as rank-ordered scales (ordinal ipsative data (OLD), Chan & Bentler, 1993) or through forced-choice responses in which respondents must choose items that are 'most like me' or 'least like me' from a set of items (FCID).
Adebo, who is the State Chairman of the NURTW was alleged to have led some members of the union to the State Assembly, during an impeachment process and he is presently being interogated at Force Criminal Investigations Department (FCID) at Alagbon, in Lagos State.
Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) Food Commodity Index Database (FCID), developed by the Office of Pesticide Programs (OPP) for use in pesticide risk analysis (Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition 2003, 2008).
The Financial Crimes Investigations Division (FCID) of Sri Lanka Police has recently started a probe into the alleged financial misappropriations in the project owned by India's Krrish Group - its website claimed that it started operations in 1983 and after three decades "has made a reputation out of delivering unflinching standards of quality in all its undertakings." The allegations about the Krrish Transworks Tower project in Sri Lanka speak otherwise.
Earlier this year, FSA chief executive John Tiner announced the creation of a new Financial Crime and Intelligence Division (FCID) to co-ordinate work previously spread throughout the organisation.
The first case to be taken up by the three-judge bench of the Special Trial at Bar decided, to hear the case filed by the FCID against Gamini Senarath, who was former president Mahinda Rajapaksa's chief of staff and Piyadasa Kudabalage, the former chairman and managing director of the Sri Lanka Insurance Corporation (SLIC), decides to hear the case daily, beginning from the 29th of October.
'Furthermore, how did Adeosun evade checks by the Force Criminal Investigation Department (FCID) in Abeokuta and the Ogun State House of Assembly for clearance as commissioner, with her status as a dual citizen, if not armed with inherent tendencies for fraud?
The CEO ordered an immediate inquiry and with no breakthrough eventually decided to make a complaint to the FCID on Monday.