NSPA

AcronymDefinition
NSPANATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Support and Procurement Agency
NSPANational Scholastic Press Association
NSPANational Strength Professionals Association (Mount Airy, MD)
NSPANational Society of Public Accountants
NSPANational Summertime Pack Award
NSPANational Spa and Pool Association
NSPANational Society of Pershing Angels (Richmond, VA)
NSPANebraska School Psychologists Association
NSPANational Standard Parts Association
NSPANeedlestick Safety and Prevention Act of 2000
NSPANova Scotia Prospectors Association (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)
NSPANational School of Public Accountancy
NSPANational Stolen Property Act of 1934
NSPANational Signatures Program Application (formerly NTSDS)
NSPANational Ski Patrol Association
NSPANo Significant Pathologic Abnormality (pathology lab terminology)
NSPANATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Support Agency (Capellen, Luxembourg)
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The President noted that special attention is being paid to the training and development of professionals in treating and rehabilitating persons with disabilities, and that steps are being taken to determine the number of persons and children with disabilities who have not yet registered at NSPA, to better provide them with the assistance and support they may require.
NSPA launched its first-of-a-kind programme of organizing regular music performances at railway stations in Mumbai in October 2012, Nearly two years later, NSPA organizes an average of 150 hours of street performances every month across diverse public spaces including local railway stations, parks and gardens, seaside promenades and museums spanning the length and breadth of Mumbai city.
The brainwave behind this refreshing effort is NSPA founder Ajit Dayal, who remembers his childhood days of watching street performers in Mumbai and this tradition still continuing in London and Paris.
A jury found Aleynikov guilty of violating the EEA and the NSPA. On appeal, both prosecution and defense focused their arguments on whether the two federal criminal statutes applied in the case.
The use of NSPA and ARPA to prosecute individuals who buy, sell, or otherwise deal in cultural property stolen or illegally exported from a foreign state is in direct tension with the Convention on Cultural Property Implementation Act (14) (CPIA).
The National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) is a nonprofit membership organization that since 1921 has served secondary school publications, including yearbooks, newspapers, magazines, broadcast programs, and online publications.
(Italian law claims state ownership of all antiquities located in Italy, except for those privately owned before 1902.) Using the guidelines of the National Stolen Property Act (NSPA), U.S.
The threat we face from OSHA is the Needle-stick Safety and Prevention Act (NSPA).
The National Society of Public Accountants (NSPA) was formed in 1945 to champion the rights of all accountants in public practice, to assist states in fighting UAA-type legislation and to secure for its members the right to represent clients before the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
A recent telephone poll among NSPA board members on Engleman's press release produced a 4-3 vote endorsing it.
"We must assess the role of the state boards in a regulatory fabric in which are woven the federal government, the American Institute of CPAs, the National Society of Public Accountants (NSPA) and the educators," Garrett said.
Such information shall be handled IAW the procedures of these regulations, and therefore the Bidders shall submit a written acknowledgment/attestation (Annex to the regulations No.280) to NSPA.