NSPS


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AcronymDefinition
NSPSNational Security Personnel System (US government)
NSPSNew Source Performance Standard
NSPSNational Society of Professional Surveyors
NSPSNational Suicide Prevention Strategy (Australia)
NSPSNational Sweet Pea Society (UK)
NSPSNational Security and Public Safety
NSPSNational Ski Patrol System, Inc. (winter rescue organization)
NSPSNorth Spring Primary School (Singapore)
NSPSNonsynchronous Pulse Suppression
NSPSNavigation Set Power Supply (LANTIRN)
NSPSNetwork Services Platform Software (Lucent Technologies middleware)
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The Georgian Harm Reduction Network began operating and receiving hepatitis C testing data from NSPs in 2006.
The National Solidarity Programme (NSP), a community-driven development approach, has been undertaken to try and address this situation.
In this health area four primary NSPs (including one with primary health care) are provided.
She calls the EPA decision to subject transmission pipelines to NSPS standards "questionable and no!
She calls the EPA decision to subject transmission pipelines to NSPS standards "questionable and not adequately supported." She adds, "It appears that the proposed NSPS is a thinly veiled attempt to regulate transmission and storage greenhouse gas emissions."
The NSPS is based on using floating modules on barges berthed and moored to a fixed and protected jetty.
About 170,000 remaining NSPS employees will transition to the GS or other pay and personnel systems by Jan.
Purdy: Why is the civilian workforce transitioning from the National Security Personnel System (NSPS) to other pay schedules, and what does this mean to the cyber/IT community?
DOD continues to take steps to implement internal safeguards as part of NSPS, but implementation of some safeguards could still be improved, and continued monitoring of all safeguards' implementation is needed.
"NSPS will have a major impact on the command," said CAPT Karl Rau, Commanding Officer, FISCJ.
NSPS retains the existing values of the civil service, including merit system principles and veterans' preference, and allows employees to be paid and rewarded based on performance, contributions to mission accomplishment, and market considerations.
This article will then look at how these union influences were affected by the inception of MAXHR and NSPS. Subsequently, this article will review the unions' responses as seen through the lawsuits challenging the two personnel systems, and how the AFGE responded to its losses in the court battle against NSPS.