OSAC

AcronymDefinition
OSACOverseas Security Advisory Council (US State Department)
OSACOperator Services Assistance Center
OSACOregon Student Assistance Commission
OSACOregon Office of Student Access and Completion (Eugene, OR)
OSACOrganization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils
OSACOverseas Schools Advisory Council
OSACOperational Support Airlift Command (United States Army)
OSACOregon State Agricultural College
OSACOwen Sound Aquatic Club (ON, Canada)
OSACOcean Surveillance Analysis By Computer
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'Success in securing ransoms worth millions of dollars may have further incentivized KFR activities,' said the OSAC report using the initials for kidnapping-for-ransom.
The OSAC subcommittee recognized the lack of any existing standards
Students must apply online at OregonStudentAid.gov and submit a completed OSAC scholarship application and all other required materials by 5 p.m.
(56.) Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC), US Department of State, Bureau of Diplomatic Security, "Cote D'Ivoire 2014 Crime and Safety Report," accessed 17 January 2017, https://www.osac.gov/pages/ContentReportDetails.aspx?cid=15611.
The Inter-Continental Hotel, an OSAC constituent, was set up as an assembly point for evacuees, enabling the embassy to process a stream of personnel without overloading Omani and embassy security personnel.
According to OSAC, the most recent attack took place at 5:30am on Saturday, 05 September, 2015, "when a minibus carrying expat workers on Al Kharara Road (the under-construction truck route and orbital highway) heading toward Mesaieed was stopped by a man in an SUV", the report said.
"The website specifically referenced Jeddah in Saudi Arabia and Ma'adi in Egypt as examples of locations with high concentrations of potential targets," said the OSAC security message.
Commenting on the OSAC report, Deputy Gustavo Hasbun of the hard-right Union Democrata Independiente (UDI) said the US government analysis is "correct" and spells out "what the vast majority of Chileans--except the government of Michelle Bachelet--already knows: that terrorism exists in Chile." The report's use of the word "domestic terrorism," he added, "refers to the fact that there are cells or subversive groups that operate in Chile and that are anarchist or linked to the extreme left."
The importance of partnerships with commercial security organisations for evacuation planning was underscored at an Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) security conference in Jordan last month, Moro said.
During his trip, Ambassador Olson inaugurated the Lahore chapter of the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC), which will represent the interests of American businesses in the Punjab.
It is deceptively called "OSAC," which stands for the "Overseas Security Advisory Council." The Director of OSAC is Scott P.
The specimens are deposited in the following institutions (abbreviations used in text): American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY (AMNH); Canadian National Collection of Insects, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, ON (CNC); Oregon State Arthropod Collection, Corvallis (OSAC); and National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC (USNM).