IAG

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AcronymDefinition
IAGIntelligent Application Gateway (Microsoft)
IAGInternational Airlines Group (various locations)
IAGInsurance Australia Group
IAGInformation, Advice and Guidance
IAGInternational Association of Geodesy
IAGInternational Assistance Group
IAGIndustrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services, Inc. (Canada)
IAGInteragency Agreement
IAGIntelligent Application Gateway
IAGInteragency Group
IAGInternational Association of Geomorphologists
IAGInternational Audio Group
IAGIndustry Advisory Group
IAGIntel Architecture Group
IAGInternational Association of Gerontology
IAGIt's All Good
IAGIndustry Action Group
IAGInstitute of Australian Geographers
IAGInstitut d'Administration et de Gestion
IAGIraq Assistance Group (US military command)
IAGInvestment Advisory Group
IAGIntermedia Advertising Group
IAGinstruction address generation
IAGIndependent Assessment Group
IAGInformation Assurance Group
IAGIndustry-Academia-Government (collaboration; Japan)
IAGInformation Advisory Group
IAGInteragency Advisory Group
IAGInnovations in American Government (Competition)
IAGInterAmerican Acquisition Group
IAGI Am Gay
IAGInnovation Asset Group (software company; Oregon)
IAGImplementation and Advisory Group (Edmonton, AB, Canada)
IAGInternational Auditing Guidelines
IAGInteractive Application Generator
IAGInstitute of Agricultural Genetics (Hanoi, Vietnam)
IAGImagery Analysis Group
IAGInstitute of Animal Genetics
IAGInterleaver Address Generator
IAGIntegrated Access Gateway (Telecommunications)
IAGInternational Association of Gravity
IAGisometric array grammar
IAGIraqi Advisory Group
IAGInvoluntary Asset Growth
IAGIllinois Art Gallery
IAGIncident Analysis Group
IAGInternationale Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Berufsverbände Christlischer Arbeitnehmerinnen in der Hauswirtschaft (German: International Confederation of Professional Associations of Domestic Workers)
IAGInter-Industry Advisory Group
IAGInventor's Awareness Group
IAGInternational ATM Gateway (Sprint)
IAGImran Abdul Group (Saudi Arabia)
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Meanwhile, acting on an information from the community, a follow-up operation was also executed by the interagency group at about 7 a.m.
Use of the servers by the government, telephone networks and other potentially sensitive customers will spark close scrutiny from the interagency group known as the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS), which investigates national-security risks of foreign acquisitions of domestic firms.
Balisacan heads an interagency group that is coordinating government plans for typhoon victims.
According to the United Nations Interagency Group on Child Mortality Estimation (2012 report), the region has several countries in which under-5 mortality rates are among the lowest in the world, ranging between 7 and 10 per 1,000 live births.
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The work of this interagency group has made substantial progress in meeting the needs of landowners while promoting the species' recovery.
President Obama created that interagency group last April.
Clinton said the cyber maneuver had been launched by an interagency group of specialists, including diplomats, special operators and intelligence analysts, housed at the State Department.
Clinton said the attack was launched by an interagency group of specialists known as the Center for Strategic Counterterrorism Communications.
Brown accepted Duckworth's and Stanley Spriggs' guilty pleas at the Portland federal courthouse, where she is handling additional cases brought by an interagency group, the Oregon Human Trafficking Task Force.
Vice-President Jejomar Binay, who is also presidential adviser on overseas Filipino workers, said an interagency group he heads will soon recommend to President Benigno Aquino III a policy outlining when and how much 'blood money' the government should pay to save citizens facing execution in Muslim countries.
The proposal was drafted by an interagency group that includes USDA, the Food and Drug Administration, Federal Trade Commission and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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