IAVA

AcronymDefinition
IAVAIraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
IAVAInformation Assurance Vulnerability Alert
IAVAInstituto Alfredo Vazquez Acevedo (Montevideo, Uruguay)
IAVAInternational Academy of the Visual Arts
IAVAInternational Association of Virtual Assistants
IAVAInformation Assurance & Vulnerability Assessment
IAVAInitial Adversary Vulnerability Assessment (USJFCOM)
IAVAIndustria Argentina de Vehiculos de Avanzada
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IAVA's website claims 425,000 members, but membership merely entails a mouse click; no dues are required, nor proof of veteran status.
IAVA is a small but active organization and the only one in Iran that addresses animal experimentation.
It was identified as Iava minor on the 1542 globe by Caspar Vopell, a derivative of Fine' map which bore the same title, NOVA & INTEGRA VNIVERSIORBIS DESCRIPTIO.
(15) A 2015 survey of IAVA members discovered that when it came to politics, recent veterans were highly engaged: 93 percent are registered to vote, 93 percent plan to vote in the 2016 presidential election, and 80 percent reported having voted in the 2014 elections--and almost 40 percent reported that they themselves have considered running for office.
MSNBC has billed the event as being "unprecedented," and IAVA (http://iava.org/cicforum/) revealed it has been lobbying for such an event since last year. 
The W3 Awards are sanctioned and judged by the IAVA, an invitation-only body consisting of top-tier professionals from leading media, advertising, and marketing firms.
(46.) Vanessa Williamson & Erin Mulhall, Invisible Wounds: Psychological and Neurological Injuries Confront a New Generation of Veterans, IAVA 1, 1 (Jan.
Taluja, "Histogenesis of epidermis in goats," in Proceedings of 11th Convention of IAVA, 1996.
The W3 is sanctioned and judged by the International Academy of the Visual Arts (IAVA) an invitation only body consisting of top-tier professionals from a "Who's Who" of acclaimed media, interactive, advertising, and marketing firms.
The IAVA spends much of its lobbying energy reminding Congress that the Veterans Administration cannot adequately reach out to troubled veterans or care for veterans without adequate funding, and that there shouldn't be term limits on caring for veterans--many of whom will need assistance for the rest of their lives.
Paul Rieckhoff, founder and executive editor of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), recently reported that 17 percent of returning veterans are out of work.