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NACANational Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
NACANeighborhood Assistance Corporation of America
NACANational Agency for the Control of AIDS (Nigeria)
NACANetwork of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific
NACANational Association of Consumer Advocates
NACANational Association of Campus Activities
NACANational Animal Control Association
NACANational Action Committee on AIDS (Nigeria)
NACANational Advisory Council on Aging
NACANational Association of Construction Auditors (Chesterfield, VA)
NACANorth Australian Canine Association
NACANational Air Carrier Association
NACANational Agricultural Chemicals Association
NACANational Association of Cost Accountants
NACANunavut Arts and Crafts Association (Canada)
NACANon-Advocate Cost Assessment (US Air Force)
NACANational Association for Cancer Awareness (Oman)
NACANational Association of Credit Analysts (Washington, DC)
NACANational Association of County Administrators
NACANorth American Cruiser Association
NACANew American Consolidators Association
NACANational Connections Academy (Baltimore, MD)
NACANational Association of Chiropractic Attorneys
NACANational Association of Christian Athletes
NACANational Association of Collection Agents (Washington, DC)
NACANorth Austin Civic Association (Texas)
NACANational Association of Chinese-Americans
NACANorth American Crappie Association
NACANational Academy of Chiropractic Assistants
NACANorth American Currach Association
NACANorth American Coastal Alliance
NACANetwork Access Control Authority
NACANative American Casino Association
NACANorth American Corriente Association
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8 August, 2007 marked another significant event for cost estimating when the Undersecretary of the Air Force, the Service Acquisition Executive, and Air Force Comptroller signed guidance that man dates cost estimates and non-advocate cost assessment be prepared and updated annually and used in milestone decisions, PPBE deliberations, source selections, Nunn-McCurdy Cost Breaches, and Analysis of Alternatives expected to meet major program thresholds.
These procedures involve: 1) identifying high-interest, high-value programs; 2) producing and delivering program and non-advocate cost assessments of these programs; and 3) using this data to inform decision makers on program cost risk--measured as the difference between the non-advocate estimate and programmed funding.
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