GSA

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AcronymDefinition
GSAGeneral Services Administration (US government)
GSAGoogle Search Appliance
GSAGeological Society of America
GSAGraduate Student Association (Rice University; Houston, Texas)
GSAGlobal Semiconductor Alliance (formerly Fabless Semiconductor Association)
GSAGenetics Society of America
GSAGerontological Society of America
GSAGay-Straight Alliance Network (since 1998)
GSAGuided Self Assessment (various organizations)
GSAGlasgow School of Art
GSAGeneral Sales Agent
GSAGeological Society of Australia
GSAGovernment Services Administration
GSAGraduate School of Architecture (various schools)
GSAGroup Security Association
GSAGNSS Supervisory Authority (European Satellite Navigation Agency, Brussels, Belgium)
GSAGeneral State Aid (Illinois)
GSAGene Set Analysis
GSAGaming Standards Association (Fremont, CA)
GSAGerman Speakers Association (various locations)
GSAGeological Survey of Alabama
GSAGroup Security Associations
GSAGlobal Services Administration
GSAGlobal Security Alliance
GSAGigabit Server Adapter
GSAGeneral Services Administration
GSAGms System Agent
GSAGlobal Strategic Alliance (various locations)
GSAGeographic Service Area (various businesses)
GSAGeorgia Strait Alliance
GSAGeneral Security Agreement
GSAGovernor's School for the Arts
GSAGreen Schools Alliance
GSAGiornalisti Specializzati Associati (Italian: Specialized Associated Press)
GSAGameSpy Arcade (multi-player gaming service)
GSAGenetic Sexual Attraction (adoption-related syndrome)
GSAGlobal Security Alliance (various organizations)
GSAGovernment Sponsored Agency
GSAGovernment Services Agency
GSAGold Star Award (various organizations)
GSAGround Support Aircraft (gaming)
GSAGrower-Shipper Association (California)
GSAGermany, Switzerland, Austria (licensing)
GSAGas Supply Agreement
GSAGeneral Services Agreement
GSAGeneral Support Artillery (US DoD)
GSAGerman Sociological Association
GSAGundam SEED Astray (gaming)
GSAGeorge Stevens Academy (Blue Hill, ME)
GSAGrove Street Advisors (Wellesley, MA)
GSAGoethe- und Schiller-Archiv
GSAGeneral Service Agency
GSAGuest Services Agent
GSAGeneral Somatic Afferent (nerve)
GSAGlass-Steagall Act of 1932
GSAGwinnett Soccer Association (Lilburn, Georgia)
GSAGame Sprite Archives (video games)
GSAGay Student Alliance
GSAGreat Salinity Anomalies
GSAGranny Smith Apple
GSAGas Station Advertising (Plymouth, MN)
GSAGainesville Soccer Alliance (Florida)
GSAGameShark Advance (game hacking device)
GSAGold Standard Accreditation (various organizations)
GSAGross Sellable Area
GSAGame Spy Arcade (game utility)
GSAGiardia Specific Antigen (test for diagnosing giardiasis)
GSAGravity Sports Association (various locations)
GSAGlobal Security Architecture
GSAGateway Security Appliance (Symantec)
GSAGraduate Staff Assistant (university position)
GSAGeneradora San Andrés (Guatemalan power generating corporation)
GSAGlobal Sim Alliance (gaming clan)
GSAGas Suspension Absorber (part of CFB power plant)
GSAGovernment Supply Agency
GSAGeneral Structural Analysis
GSAGreater Shadow Armor (Asheron's Call game)
GSAGuest Service Attendant (various businesses)
GSAGeorgia Society of Anesthesiologists
GSAGame Show America
GSAGrover Search Algorithm (quantum searching of databases)
GSAGarden Seed Association
GSAGreater Shadow Amuli
GSAGroup Services Agreement
GSAGale-Shapley Algorithm (input/output queuing)
GSAGeneral Somatic Afferents
GSAGoldfish Society of America (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
GSAGood Shepard Academy
GSAGalvanised Steel Armour
GSAGlobal Software Application
GSAGeneral Survey Act of 1824 (authorized the president to use Army engineers to survey road & canal)
GSAGuest Signature Activation
GSAGeneralized Significant Adiposity
GSAGender Studies in Agriculture (Netherlands)
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The Gaming Standards Association (GSA) is celebrating 15 years of global collaboration and standards development for the gaming industry.
Gaming Standards Association, a US-based trade association that creates benefits for gaming manufacturers, suppliers, operators and regulators, has announced re-release of its globally accepted Game to System (G2S) protocol v1.
The Gaming Standards Association has a vibrant and growing international membership that, working together, has created exciting and flexible protocols that are in use throughout the global gaming industry.
Under the agreement, the companies will deliver system-driven solutions using Gaming Standards Association (GSA) and industry protocols to develop a picture-in-picture interface on a gaming device.
NYSE:BYI), Las Vegas, has been awarded the first Certificate of Compliance from the Gaming Standards Association (GSA) for its ALPHA OS platform for meeting the testing requirements of the SAS v6.
The Gaming Standards Association has announced that progress on its new Game-to-System (G2S) protocol has been efficient and steady, and that its Merger Workgroup, a sub-group of GSA's G2S Committee (formerly known as the BOB Committee), has reached consensus on three substantial development points.
Gaming Standards Association, a US-based trade association that creates benefits for gaming manufacturers, suppliers, operators and regulators, has entered into an agreement with Datateam Business Media Ltd (Datateam) and has named Casino International, a Datateam publishing, as official European-based publication for the association.
Integrating protocols to create a single industry solution, the Gaming Standards Association has announced the new name of the combined Best of Breed (BOB) Version 1.