JDEC

AcronymDefinition
JDECJoint Data Exchange Center (US/Russian missile warning)
JDECJapan Dam Engineering Center (est. 1982)
JDECJazz Dance Education Council (Richmond, VA)
JDECJinan Diesel Engine Co. Ltd. (est. 1920)
JDECJoint Document Exploitation Center (US DoD)
JDECJerusalem District Electricity Company (est. 1956; Israel)
JDECJefferson Davis Enterprise Center (now BizWorks; Richmond, VA)
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In fact, the data submitted to the JDEC by both sides were not original and had been processed and filtered.
Wim Boogaerts, Chairman of the Johnson & Johnson Corporate Citizenship Trust, which together with the Ministry of Health has launched a healthy family initiative focusing on diabetes in the first phase, said, "JDEC is helping 60 families in the UAE to manage juvenile diabetes."
(28) "Memorandum of Agreement Between the United States of America and the Russian Federation on the Establishment of a Joint Center for the Exchange of Data from Early Warning Systems and Notifications of Missile Launches (JDEC MOA)," State Department, Bureau of Verification, Compliance, and Implementation, June 4, 2000; available at www.state.gov/t/ac/trt/4799.htm.
Tickers featured: AGIL, ARBA, AZPN, CHRD, CRM, EPNY, ERP, EXEED, FMKT, ITWO, JDAS, JDEC, MANH, MANU, MONE, PLM, PMTC, PSFT, RETK, SAP, SCM, SEBL, SPSS.
The latter two functions are central to the proposed US/Russian Joint Data Exchange Center [10] (JDEC), which too should gradually be globalized.
Tickers featured: BEAS, CRM, HYSL, IBM, ITWO, JDEC, MSFT, ORCL, PRGNQ, PRSE, PSFT, RATL, SAP, SEBL, VRTS.
Edwards (JDEC) made many executives holding stock options wealthy.
The US/Russia summit in June agreed on the establishment of a Joint Data Exchange Center (JDEC) in Moscow for the exchange of information on the launches of ballistic missiles and space launch vehicles.
Tickers featured: EMBT, ITWO, JDEC, MERQ, MONE, MSFT, NTIQ, ORCL, PMTC, PRSE, QSFT, RATL, RTRSY, SAP, SY, TIBX, WEBM.
Tickers featured: ARBA, CLRS, DSGX, ITWO, JDEC, MANH, MANU, ORCL, RADS.
In mid-December 2000, the United States and Russia signed an agreement outlining the types of information that would be exchanged in the newly-formed Joint Data Exchange Center (JDEC) near Moscow.
Companies mentioned include AOL, PFE, JDEC, WLA, WCOM, CSCO, PTVL, YHOO, SBUX, INTU, DEC.