FSOSFree-Space Optical System
FSOSFriendly Sons of the Shillelagh (New Jersey)
FSOSFifty Shades of Sexy
FSOSFood Service Operating Supplies
FSOSFamily Support Orders Service (Canada)
FSOSFuture Sounds of Swing
FSOSFor the Sake of the Salmon (est. 1995)
FSOSFalse Sense of Security (Exies song title)
FSOSFunctional Significance of Stereopsis (medicine)
FSOSFree Standing Operating System
FSOSFlight Support Operations and Services
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Data to both these reports were provided by the FSOs at the American embassy in Colombo, and the two reports were within the OIG's time period of its investigation.
FSOs are encouraged to reach out to their career development officer for more information or to email careerdevhelpdestostate.gov with any specific questions about either the CDP or the PDP.
The classification schema (Table 2) set forth by Ohio Administrative Code 3701-21-02.3 (Ohio Department of Health, 2010), which serves as an independent variable in the model, divides Cincinnati FSOs into four categories of increasing potential hazard to the public based upon the types of foods served and preparation methods employed.
While Dodd-Frank, FX Global Code of Conduct and MiFID II regulations all require FSOs to record communications related to financial trades, MiFID II is the first regulation of its kind to impose an additional requirement around evidence of recording.
In preparation for the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division's February 2016 Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) rotation, the FSCX seemed to be the most effective venue to train maneuver commanders, joint terminal attack controllers (JTACs), and company FSOs on fire support integration.
One must note that the DFA was able to screen out incompetents and hire only qualified foreign service officers (FSOs) because of the stringent provisions of Republic Act No.
FSOs were used to derive performance criteria at control measures upstream in the food supply chain to achieve a target end-point level.
Coast Guard (USCG) requirements to operate FOIs, FSOs and FPSOs in U.S.
either offer FSOs individual therapy, or no treatment at all--neither of which is supported by the limited, current research literature as a way to prevent recidivism.
Deliberately take the time to sit down with budget officers and FSOs to talk about enlisted FM development, enlisted professional development, feedback, EPRs, awards, and decorations.
The FSOS explains that a nonbank financial company will be subject to further evaluation if it has at least $50 billion of total consolidated assets and meets or exceeds any one of the following thresholds: