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AcronymDefinition
FEIFinancial Executives International
FEIFederation Equestre Internationale (French: International Federation for Equestrian sport)
FEIForum d'Entraide Informatique (French: Mutual Information Forum)
FEIFaculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Slovakia)
FEIFederal Executive Institute
FEIFront End of Innovation
FEIFile Exchange Interface
FEIFargo Electronics, Inc. (Eden Prairie, MN)
FEIFinancial Executives Institute
FEIFonds Europeen d'Investissement (French: European Investment Fund)
FEIFondo Europeo per gli Investimenti (Italian: European Investment Fund)
FEIFrequency Electronics Inc.
FEIFaculdade de Engenharia Industrial
FEIFederal Employer Identification Number
FEIFranca Esperanto-Instituto (French: French Institute of Esperanto)
FEIFederation of the Electronics Industry (UK trade association)
FEIFrance Europe Immobilier (French real estate company)
FEIFinancial Engines, Inc.
FEIForeign Earned Income
FEIFortress Energy, Inc. (Canada)
FEIFalange Española Independiente
FEIFinnish Energy Industries (trade association)
FEIFederation of Electronic Industries
FEIFor Everyone's Information
FEIFree Estradiol Index (hormones)
FEIFederal Electoral Institute (Election Bureau of Mexico)
FEIFrequency Error Indicator
FEIFiring Error Indicator
FEIFully Electronic Ignition
FEIFinal Energy Intensity
FEIFacilities Engineering Items
FEIFlight Engineer Instructor
FEIFunctionally Emulative Increment
FEIForce Effectiveness Indicator
FEIFinal Earning Indicator (pension-related calculations)
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The new contract was won through an international tender and will be supplied to global card manufacturer, Giesecke & Devrient, together with Informatica El Corte Ingles, who will provide the complete issuance solution to the Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) of Mexico.
Under the proposal, state elections would be run by the federal electoral institute, not the states.
Syndicated columnist Sergio Sarmiento alluded to the experience of the federal electoral institute (Instituto Federal Electoral, IFE) in trying to remain autonomous from the executive branch.
A solid endorsement of the election day mechanics came in a report presented at the Woodrow Wilson Center on September 7 by two eminent, non-partisan Latin American electoral authorities -- Jose Woldenburg, former president of the Mexican Federal Electoral Institute and Genaro Arriagada, former Chilean Minister of the Presidency and Ambassador to the US.
The Federal Electoral Institute on Sunday completed the full count of all ballots and confirmed a win for Pena Nieto of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI).
Of the 143,000 ballot boxes used during Sunday's vote, 78,012 will be opened and the votes recounted, said Edmundo Jacobo, executive secretary of Mexico's Federal Electoral Institute. Mexico's law states votes should be recounted if there are such inconsistencies.
The results of the recount are expected to be ready by Sunday, Mexico's Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) spokeswoman Ana Fuentes told the (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/05/mexico-elections-recount-2012_n_1650055.html) Associated Press .
The Federal Electoral Institute's representative count said Pena Nieto, of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, won about 38 per cent of the vote, prompting wild cheers from a party that was voted out in 2000 after 71 autocratic years in power.
Alfredo Figueroa, director of the Federal Electoral Institute responsible for organizing the debate, blamed a production associate, who was hired by the institute to help with the debate, for the incident.
The event, organized by the Organization of American States (OAS), the Federal Electoral Institute, and International IDEA took place on December 6-8, 2011, and the debate focused on topics such as: how politics are financed and its impact on social inequality; the influence of clientelism and corruption and their effects, risks, and characteristics; and the influence of crime, organized crime, and drug trafficking on the flow of money in politics.
The two, long-brewing issues plaguing the web are coming to a head as the Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) begins to hand down exponentially larger fines for failing to run legally mandated political spots, and the Transportation and Communications Secretariat (SCT) readies the ax for Hi-TV, a free-to-air platform similar to the U.K.'s Freeview.
Starting in 2008, the OAS began institutionalizing its capacity building project known as the First Inter-American Electoral Training Seminar in cooperation with International IDEA, FLACSO and the Federal Electoral Institute of Mexico.
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