JSCI

AcronymDefinition
JSCIJapan Society for Clinical Immunology (est. 1984)
JSCIJournal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics
JSCIJob Seeker Classification Instrument (Australia)
JSCIJoint Standing Committee on Intelligence (South Africa)
JSCIJapan Sweden Care Institute (est. 2005)
JSCIJapanese Standards of Cosmetic Ingredients (Yakuji Nippo Ltd.; Japan)
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Several court proceedings and judgments concerning the intelligence services are now on public record and unclassified reports of those in the intelligence system--the Inspector-General, the JSCI and the services themselves--provide further details and insight.
Parliament and public, through the Joint Standing Committee for Intelligence (JSCI), the Auditor General and Inspector General for Intelligence, must judge us for the unique contribution we are meant to make.
Each client attracts a set amount of money to the employment organisation depending on the JSCI scores; clients who report the most difficult circumstances and factors attract the largest fees because relatively more resources will need to be spent gaining employment for them than for other clients.
Section 2 of the Committee of Members of Parliament on and Inspectors-General of Intelligence Act, 1995 (Act No 31 of 1995)) established the JSCI, which should perform oversight functions in relation to the intelligence and counter-intelligence functions of the services and report to parliament.
It classifies job-seekers, using the Job Seeker Classification Instrument (JSCI) to identify the relative difficulty job-seekers have in finding employment because of their personal circumstances and labour market skills, which suggest that they could have barriers to attaining employment.
Authors of the Best 10-20% papers presented at the conference will be invited to adapt their papers for their publication in the Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (JSCI).
This includes mechanisms for parliamentary oversight, inter alia in the form of a Joint Standing Committee on Intelligence (JSCI) for Parliament and two Inspector-Generals, provided for by the Intelligence Services Control Act, 1996 (Act No.
These three kinds of reviews will support the selection process of those papers/abstracts that will be accepted for their presentation at the conference, as well as those to be selected for their publication in JSCI Journal.
40 of 1994) ('the Act"), was amended in 1999 to provide for a new formula for the appointment of members of the Joint Standing Committee on Intelligence (the "JSCI") based on proportional representation and for the appointment of one or more Inspectors-General that would monitor the operational intelligence activities of Intelligence Services.
These three kinds of review will support the selection process of those papers/abstracts that will be accepted for their presentation at the conference, as well as those to be selected for their publication in JSCI Journal.
The best 10%-20% of the conference papers will be published in Volume 4 of JSCI Journal (http://www.iiisci.org/Journal/SCI/Home.asp).