NRCC

AcronymDefinition
NRCCNational Republican Congressional Committee
NRCCNew River Community College (Dublin, VA)
NRCCNational Research Council of Canada
NRCCNational Response Coordination Center (FEMA)
NRCCNeighbouring Rights Collective of Canada
NRCCNational Resource Center for Cephalopods
NRCCNaval Regional Contracting Center
NRCCNorthern Rockies Coordination Center (forest firefighting)
NRCCNorthern Region Contracting Center (US Army; Ft Eustis, Virginia)
NRCCNational Research Council Committee
NRCCNational Registry in Clinical Chemistry
NRCCNon-Recurring Closing Costs
NRCCNational Resource for Computation in Chemistry
NRCCNational Resource Coordination Center
NRCCNational Research Center on Camel (India)
NRCCNon-Resident Controlled Company (Malaysia)
NRCCNorthwest Regional Control Center
NRCCNonresident Career Course
NRCCNational Registry of Clinical Chemists (CHO)
NRCCNORAD Region Combat Center
NRCCNational Range Control Center
NRCCNon-Residential Certificate of Compliance (construction)
NRCCNaval Reserve Coordination Center
NRCCNorthern Rescue Coordination Centre (see RCC)
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In March 2018, NRCC Chairman Steve Stivers said the committee hired multiple cybersecurity staffers to work with its candidates and promised to do more.
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The NRCC, founded in 1866, exists to protect Republican House members against Democratic challengers, and to promote the campaigns of Republicans seeking to win seats currently held by Democrats.
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Now Sessions is NRCC chair, the House Republicans' top political operative at a time when his party is poised to take back dozens of seats and likely a majority in the House.
According to Palin's aides, the reason was that the NRCC Chairman Pete Sessions was concerned about not wanting to upstage former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
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