FFCAFit Fathers Cycling Association
FFCAFoundations for the Future Charter Academy (Canada)
FFCAFédération Française de Cuisine Amateur (French: French Federation of Amateur Cuisine)
FFCAFlorida Fire Chiefs' Association
FFCAFired Football Coaches Association
FFCAFederal Facilities Compliance Act
FFCAFranchise Finance Corporation of America (now General Electric Capital Franchise Finance Corporation; est. 1980; Scottsdale, AZ)
FFCAFédération Française des Chasseurs à l'Arc (French: French Bowhunters Federation)
FFCAFeasibility-Based Flux Coupling Analysis (bioinformatics)
FFCAFederal Facilities Compliance Agreement
FFCAFlorida Federal Contractors Association
FFCAFlorida False Claims Act
FFCAFull Fuel Cycle Analysis
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The contents of HMF, HFCA, FFCA, and FDCA were obtained by the calibration curves of the standard material.
HFCA should be subsequently converted to FFCA and posteriorly to 2,5-Furan dicarboxylic acid (FDCA).
Congress could pass legislation similar to the GMO labeling law; or Congress could modify [section] 343 of the FFCA to empower the Secretary of HHS to require labeling any time there is a finding that food presents a threat of serious adverse health consequences.
(5) Like the federal amendments, last session's Florida amendments strengthen the FFCA and provide added anti-fraud protections to state government and taxpayers.
As amended in 1986 and 2009, the FFCA offers financial incentives to whistleblowers of up to 30 percent of any recovery.
(3) The Franchise Finance Corporation of America (FFCA), one of the largest providers of financing to franchised businesses, concluded that the operational proficiency and management sophistication required to operate a large chain of restaurants by a franchisee is closer to that of a franchisor than an owner-manager franchisee (FFCA, 2000).
At FFCA, which finances fast food companies, we recruited the outgoing EVP and general counsel of the largest fast food company, the only one the company did not yet do business with.
Furthermore, it was not until the passing of the Federal Facilities Compliance Act (FFCA) in 1992 that state and local governments could impose fines on Department of Defense (DOD) facilities for noncompliance with environmental laws and regulations.
FFCA is an investment-grade company and a recognized leader in chain store finance.
Despite an upward trend in sales, restaurant operators throughout the country face a number of challenges, according to Franchise Finance Corporation of America (FFCA) in its annual Chain Restaurant Industry Review & Outlook.