NMISNational Meat Inspection Service
NMISNuclear Materials Identification System
NMISNational Management Information System
NMISNetwork Management Information System
NMISNutrition Management Information System
NMISNavy Mobile Instrumentation System
NMISNuclear Materials Inventory System
NMISNavy Manpower Information System
NMISNetwork Medical Information Services
NMISNational Mental Illness Screening
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The National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS) in Cagayan Valley seized more than 500 kilograms of 'unsafe, unclean and non-inspected' poultry and frozen meat here.
We are talking about meat safety here and that is the problem in the provinces," said Ernesto Gonzalez, executive director of NMIS. Gonzalez underscored the LGUs' responsibility to craft and implement such guidelines.
As more NMIs have adopted TDCR as a primary method, the number of computational approaches to its application has grown.
At this writing (July 2014), the receiver is already contributing to UTC and UTCr at one NMI, and is expected to be operational at three more South American NMIs by the end of 2014.
Data from the National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS) indicated that the inventory of frozen pork during the period rose by 39.2 percent to 37,065.85 metric tons, from 26,618.89 MT recorded a year ago.
Bautista also directed the Quezon City Police Department (QCPD) and the city government's health department, market development and administration department and other concerned offices to regularly coordinate with the National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS) to ensure that only meat safe for human consumption are sold in the private and public markets of Quezon City.
"The proposed development site is the chosen location for the PS65 million National Manufacturing Institute for Scotland (NMIS).
More than 21 tons of frozen dressed chicken from Luzon have already been held for testing in Cagayan de Oro, according to the National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS).
The extensive international support for the new SI is demonstrated by the fact that in attendance at the 20th meeting of the CCU in September 2010, during which the initial version of Draft Resolution A was drawn up and unanimously approved, were many representatives of international metrological and scientific organizations as well as national metrology institutes (NMIs).