NRIC


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AcronymDefinition
NRICNational Registration Identity Card
NRICNittsu Research Institute and Consulting (est. 1961; think tank; Japan)
NRICNational Railway Infrastructure Company (Bulgaria)
NRICNetwork Reliability Interoperability Council (Internet)
NRICNational Research Infrastructure Council (Australia)
NRICNational Resource Information Centre (Australia)
NRICNorthwest Resource Information Center (est. 1976; Eagle, ID)
NRICNatural Resources Information Clearinghouse (USAID partnership)
NRICNatural Resources Information Council
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Authorized by the Nuclear Energy Innovation Capabilities Act, NRIC will provide private sector technology developers the necessary support to test and demonstrate their reactor concepts and assess their performance.
The signing into law of the NRIC Bill is one of the foremost demands of the Organized Labour during the May Day celebration.
Despite the NRIC, the jail management is mum over the security lap.
Last fall, the Rhode Island Society of Technology Educators (ri-iste.org) teamed with computer refurbisher CDI Computers (cdicomputers.com) to hold an e-waste disposal day at the Northern Rhode Island Collaborative (NRIC) in Lincoln, RI--one of many that CDI, one of 17 government-certified recyclers of electronic equipment in Ontario, Canada, regularly holds throughout the US.
Little information is available describing the nature of CSA episodes among NRIC, but that available suggests patterns are similar to those among the general population in the U.S.
The CER also welcomed its 35th member at this event, the Bulgarian infrastructure company NRIC.
That's just one of the often overlooked security practices that get much-needed attention in a best practices guide from the Network Reliability and Interoperability Council (NRIC), a group composed of executives from the telecom carriers, state regulators, and other industry players.
Judge Marsh interpreted NMFS's principal marching order--which is to base its decisions on best available scientific knowledge(42)--to impose a substantive obligation on NMFS to consider "significant information and data from well-qualified scientists such as the fisheries biologists from the states and tribes."(43) This sentiment is remarkably similar to that expressed by the Ninth Circuit in the second case we consider today, NRIC v.
This was how a Bulgarian expert once described the state of the two state-owned companies, Bulgarian State Railways (BDZ) and the National Railway Infrastructure Company (NRIC).
Northwest Power Planning Council (NRIC)(4) opinion is more of the same thing.