FEDCFederación Española de Deportes para Ciegos (Spanish: Spanish Sports Federation for the Blind)
FEDCFlorida Economic Development, Inc. (Tallahassee, FL)
FEDCFrisco Economic Development Corporation
FEDCFayetteville Economic Development Council (Arkansas)
FEDCFederation of Engineering Design Companies Ltd
FEDCFirst Error Data Capture (computing)
FEDCFederal Equipment Data Center
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Jacques was expected to provide ideas for the launch of FEDC activities.
The annual conference is a part of the FEDC's mission to provide quality education and keep attendees up to date on changes in state development programs and the latest trends of economic development professionals.
Plans to develop the marina proceeded uneventfully, with the FEDC purchasing property designated in the development plan from private landowners.
What was to be the new corporate boardroom, now used for FEDC rap sessions, has a Kevlar shield half the size of a railroad car that can be rolled into position to seal off the windows from shots fired from the adjoining tower.
FEDC is making the effort to clarify the risks associated with using foreign e-commerce platforms.
The FeDC is the most energy-efficient of Fujitsu Asia's four DCs in ASEAN, and conforms to best practices from Tokyo-based parent firm Fujitsu Limited, one of the world's top four IT services and DC providers.
With energy impacting every aspect of Interior living from private and public transportation to home construction, after years of optimistically banking on the potential gas pipeline, city, borough and FEDC are taking matters into their own hands.
In the Fairbanks North Star Borough, the military creates 38 percent of total revenue, 30 percent of the employment and about 11,000 out of 50,000 jobs, according to a 2009 Economic Baseline Study by FEDC. The military is also among the borough's top-paying industries.
Obama, the borough and FEDC hosted a community jobs forum to identify local opportunities and obstacles to job creation.
She says the city is partnering with the FNSB and the Fairbanks Economic Development Corporation (FEDC) to explore alternative energy for the Interior.
FEDC discovered long ago that one of the community's strengths and assets is, in fact, Arctic winters.