NECP

AcronymDefinition
NECPNational Eye Care Project (now Seniors EyeCare Program)
NECPNon-Engineering Change Proposal
NECPNew England Canoe Polo (Massachusetts)
NECPNational Emergency Command Post
NECPNetwork Element Control Processor (Ciena)
NECPNetwork Engineering Capacity Planning (Sprint)
NECPNational Entrepreneurs Chemical Park (India)
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Under the NECP, the government will protect the culture of neglected and minority communities, to promote the pluralistic face of Pakistan at international level.
Our study showed a considerably high frequency of MS in people with type 2 diabetes based on NECP (ATPIII) and IDF criteria.
Internet Standards body IETF has been split over NECP which has been submitted as an open protocol to replace several proprietary protocols used by Web-cacheing devices to communicate with servers and switches.
NECP is designed to give traffic management devices, and compatible routers the ability to determine traffic conditions and availability of server applications in real-time.
The NECP is now meeting with UK Trade and Investment, the Chamber of Commerce, Local Enterprise Partnerships, and the Combined Authorities to investigate how these key organisations can support the international work of the North East's cultural sector and, in return, how the cultural sector can support the other sectors of the North East's economy.
NECP, reported that, effective April 28th, Charles Green, a former vice-president for Strategy and Distributor Management at Unilever Ice Cream, will become President and CEO, as well as an equity owner of Brigham's.
The Fund was created in partnership with the CleanTech Alliance Fund, which will co-invest alongside NECP in projects targeting attractive returns and the creation of American jobs.
John Mowbray, joint chairman of the NECP, previously said the Case for Culture was "a positive statement of ambition for the next 15 years, building on the strengths of our diverse communities and pointing to the opportunities for further investment in arts and heritage across the North East" and urged for people to reconsider the way they perceive spending on arts, heritage and creative industries, and to look at it as a valid investment.
John Mowbray, co-chair of the NECP, described it as "a positive statement of ambition for the next 15 years, building on the strengths of our diverse communities and pointing to the opportunities for further investment in arts and heritage across the North East".
Just half of public-safety communications professionals were familiar with the NECP, yet when briefed, almost all believe it could address their communications challenges
The region's 12 local authorities have backed the NECP and John Mowbray said the importance of culture had now been acknowledged by the North East and Tees Valley local enterprise partnerships.
Jonathan Blackie, manager of the NECP and former director of the Government Office for the North East, said yesterday: "Over the past 15 years we've come a long way in terms of what we have to offer as a region.