NCACC

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NCACCNorth Carolina Association of County Commissioners
NCACCNational Conventional Arms Control Committee (South Africa)
NCACCNational Conference of Appellate Court Clerks
NCACCNorthampton County Area Community College (Florida)
NCACCNorthern California Association of Counsel for Children
NCACCNational Collection of Animal Cell Cultures (UK)
NCACCNorth Carolina Aerospace Capability Center
NCACCNorthern Cape Arts and Culture Council (South Africa)
NCACCNortheast Calgary Application Consultation Committee (Canada)
NCACCNorth Central Austin Community of Churches (Texas)
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The total value of registered companies amounted to approximately R5.8 billion in 2008 (NCACC, 2008: 6, 18).
"Tom Hall has served the people of the State of Florida in an exemplary fashion and NCACC has chosen wisely in naming him president of the National Conference of Appellate Court Clerks," said Florida Chief Justice Peggy Quince.
This process involves a rationalisation of the Inter-Ministerial Committees and the DG level structures, although those structures set up in the statutes such as NICOC and NCACC remain.
In January 2004, the NCACC published its Policy for the Control of Trade in Conventional Arms in which it was clearly stated that the NCACC's regulatory control incorporates authorisation to transfer conventional arms across national borders and that all services as defined in the Act (see above) are subject to regulatory controls.
Except for these crimes, the new mercenary Act applies only in a country in which there is an armed conflict, or in a regulated country, proclaimed in terms of section 6 of the Act by the National Executive, as such, upon the recommendation of the National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC).
According to the South African National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC), the statutory body responsible for designing and implementing South Africa's arms trade policy, the SMSE comprises "conventional implements of war that could cause heavy personnel casualties and/or major damage and destruction to material, structures, objects and facilities".
131 of 1993) related technology Legislation Structure National Conventional Arms National Conventional Arms Control Act, 2002; Control Committee (NCACC); (Act No 41 of 2002).