JCSIJoint Committee on Statutory Instruments (UK)
JCSIJava Crypto and Security Implementation
JCSIJapan Certification Services, Inc. (Tokyo, Japan)
JCSIJucikas Computer Services, Inc. (Stow, OH)
JCSIJames Charles Sullivan Inc. (staffing firm; Westborough, MA)
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Ipsos' JCSI quarterly result is driven by the aggregation of four weighted sub-indices relating to Current Personal Financial Conditions, Economic Expectations, Investment Climate, and Employment Confidence, all of which contribute to JCSI being a key predictor of General Consumption & Investment trends in the Jordanian market.
He added that the importance of Ipsos' JCSI stems from it being an important indicator of future consumption habits within the country, which fortifies the role of opinion polling as a reference when it comes to economic and investment related decision making.
Similarly, the JCSI programme supports the view that there are very different kinds of Muslim jobseekers requiring different levels of employment support.
Sullivan said the firm's new home will better suit JCSI's distinct culture.
The only catch, she said lightheartedly, "was that JCSI had to buy the building that goes along with it,'' Mr.
(85) JCSI 3121.01 B, supra note 78, at A-2 (emphasis added).
JCSI chairman David Tredinnick said: ``We had some serious criticisms of the statutory instrument, which has already become law.
According to a press release from JCSI, the company purchased the Fisher Mansion as its new offices.
The joint committee on statutory instruments (JCSI) said the idea of a veto "seemed a remarkable proposition", and said there is "doubt" over whether it is lawful.