FNCS

AcronymDefinition
FNCSFédération Nationale des Centres de Santé (French: National Federation of Health Centers)
FNCSFédération Nationale des Cadres Supérieurs (French: National Federation of Senior Executives of Electricity and Gas)
FNCSFédération Nationale des Chorales Scolaires (French: National Federation of School Choirs)
FNCSFood, Nutrition and Consumer Services (USDA)
FNCSFidelity National Credit Services
FNCSFull Naval Control of Shipping
FNCSFalcon Northwest Computer Systems
FNCSFlipper Natation Club St. Georges (French: St. George Flipper Swimming Club)
FNCSFacial Motor Nerve Conduction Studies (neurophysiology)
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At first glance, FNC Inc.'s upcoming first-ever hackathon it has dubbed "The Forge" appears to be all about product development and industry competitiveness.
The FNCs have tech transition agreements with acquisition programs of record built-in early in the life of an FNC.
The fact that certain FNCS practices offer preventive care is not a complete answer to the legal issues, given that Medicare covers certain preventive-care services, he said.
The FNCs represent priority areas for research and development that should be expedited for rapid deployment to the fleet.
There are acquisition enablers, which include Future Naval Capabilities (FNCs), 6.3 work, SBIR or Small Business Innovative Research, and Manufacturing Technology, and then the things we call leap-ahead innovations such as Innovative Naval Prototypes and Swampworks.
FNCs are aimed at the "Next Navy," acquisition programs planned for delivery in the next three to seven years, he said.
Questions or comments about this article may be directed to Molly McNett, PhD RN CNRN FNCS, at mmcnett@metrohealth.org.
CHIPS: Since Future Naval Capabilities are aligned to the naval capability pillars--Sea Shield, Sea Strike, Sea Base and FORCEnet, do you also look at FNCs in terms of operating in a joint and coalition arena?
The business opportunities for those companies come in the form of "future naval capabilities, or FNCs," Cohen explained.
Olson, PhD RN CCRN FNCS, is Associate Professor at the Department of Neurology and Neurotherapeutics and the Department of Neurosurgery, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX.