OCIS


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AcronymDefinition
OCISOxford Centre for Islamic Studies (UK)
OCISOffice of Court Interpreter Services (Boston, MA)
OCISOrganized Crime Information System
OCISOffice of Cyber and Information Security (US VA)
OCISOn Call Internet Services (Canada)
OCISOklahoma Court Information System (Oklahoma States Courts Network)
OCISOptics Classification and Indexing Scheme
OCISOn-Line Customer Information System
OCISOSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) Computerized Information System (US DOL)
OCISObservatoire et Conservatoire des Insectes du Sénégal (French: Monitoring and Conservation of Insects of Senegal)
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The Chevening Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies (OCIS) Fellowships are aimed at mid-career academics or professionals who are dedicated to the promotion of academic activities which encourage a more informed understanding of the culture and civilisation of Islam and contemporary Muslim societies.
"Foreign Direct Investment is the key to the development of a USD 5 trillion economy as envisioned by the current government and avenues that support clean money trickling in from OCIs need to be supported," said Dr BK Modi.
The basis of the protestor's claim was that the agency did not meaningfully consider the awardee's disclosed organizational conflict of interest (OCI) and that the awardee's proposal was not technically acceptable.
Summary: A proposal for the inclusion of OCI card-holders had been under consideration for some time.
On hand to receive her upon arrival at the centre were Richard Makepeace, Registrar of the centre and Fellow at St Cross College and Datuk Afifi Al-Akiti, KFAS Fellow in Islamic Studies OCIS and Basil AJ Mustafa, Senior Bursar and Nelson Mandela Fellow in Educational Studies OCIS.
Awardee's proposal contained an OCI disclosure statement indicating its company was separating into two new, publicly traded companies.
Tan Sri Zarinah Anwar, Visiting Fellow, OCIS and Chairman, Malaysia Debt Ventures Berhad
Centre's rider The government has proposed that surrogacy for foreigners in India shall not be allowed but surrogacy shall only be permissible to overseas citizens of India ( OCIs), people of Indian origin ( PIOs), non resident Indians ( NRIs) and any foreigner married to an Indian citizen.
Farhan Nazimi, Director of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies (OCIS), at Gudaiybia Palace.
The author thanks Kilian Huber for excellent research assistance, Ann Capling and Rob Franzese for detailed advice on the article, and audience members at the OCIS 2010, ISA Asia Pacific 2011, and MPSA 2012 conferences for their comments.
(3) This article provides a practical outline for getting the job done by conducting a "timely and serious review" of potential OCIs consistent with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) for every acquisition.
The Orthogonal Cultural Identification Scale (OCIS; Oetting & Beauvais, 1991) was designed for measuring minority groups' identification with the subculture and main culture, especially in studies about new immigrants.