FPDS

AcronymDefinition
FPDSFederal Procurement Data System
FPDSFirst Presbyterian Day School (various locations)
FPDSFlat Panel Display System (aircraft)
FPDSFraksi Partai Damai Sejahtera
FPDSFord Product Development System
FPDSFire Priority Dispatch System (Priority Dispatch Corp.)
FPDSFire Prevention, Detection and Suppression
FPDSForce Protection Demining System
FPDSFleet Probe Data System
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Each military Service serving as an Executive Agent for FPDs is responsible for sponsoring and administratively supporting the offices assigned to them.
When using a conventional FPD, the flame is static and sulfur-hydrocarbon selectivity is achieved by using a narrow-band transmission filter that transmits a single band of light at 394 nm; all other emissions are blocked.
Taiwan's flat-panel display (FPD) industry turned out NT$353.6 billion (US$11.8 billion) worth of products in the third quarter of 2011, down 1.4% quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) and 18.1% year-on-year (YoY), according to the Industrial Economics & Knowledge Center of the Industry & Technology Intelligence Services (IEK-ITIS).
For FPDS reporting purposes, a minimum of 80 percent of the anticipated obligations under the procurement action must meet the above requirements.
This study expanded its selection criteria from simple contract size to a more complex scheme of detecting changes in certain field values in FPDS database records--contract type, place of performance, and product/service codes purchased.
The company also recently introduced two DVI-compliant chipset transmitter/receiver families for applications ranging from FPDs to notebook PCs.
The TFT8020 and the TFT5010 FPDs are designed to offer image quality and advanced flexibility.
But the ascendancy of the FPD has not been without challenges.
The conference on flat-panel displays will explore the overlap of technological challenges in various FPD approaches with long-term AVS interests.
Defense officials maintain that although DOD has established cooperative technology-development arrangements with Japanese companies in other areas, it cannot rely on them to provide FPDs. In his article about the program in the Fall 1994 Issues, DOD deputy assistant secretary Kenneth Flamm wrote that Sharp, the market leader, "made it clear to us early on that they would not sell to us directly and that they would not custumize products for the DOD." The only alternative, the Clinton administration argues, is to use public funding to jump-start the FPD industry in the United States.