OSCR

AcronymDefinition
OSCROffice of the Scottish Charity Regulator (UK)
OSCROffice of Student Computing Resources
OSCROffice of Student Conflict Resolution (various universities)
OSCROcean Surface Current Radar
OSCROffice of the Scottish Charity Register
OSCROperations and Support Cost Reduction
OSCROutpatient Summary Clinical Record
OSCROkanagan Shuswap Century Ride (cycling; Canada)
OSCROregon Scholars in Clinical Research
OSCROffshore Safety Case Regime
OSCROn-line Service Center Representative
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Autism Speaks is now able to view OSCR data alongside information on patient visits, diagnosis, biospecimens, and medications.
OSCR in its own document have stated that an independent examination is a form of external scrutiny which is less costly than an audit.
project, believes OSCR can help scientists understand beach erosion, the health of fisheries and the movement of pollution through the water.
In order to provide context for the discussions that follow, it is useful to clarify the conditions that led to the development of OSCR through the partnerships forged between several school boards, public libraries and postsecondary institutions in central and southwest Ontario.
The OSCR watchdog will keep a public list of all charities.
But OSCR have no jurisdiction over Glasgow's Needy because the group are not an official charity.
OSCR will be set up in less than two months and is to become Scotland's independent statutory body.
After the OSCR ruling, MSP John Mason wrote to the Public Standards Commissioner, claiming Coleman, Redmond and McMaster had also breached the councillors' code of conduct.
The charity regulator said: "Designated religious charities are those which have applied to OSCR and been granted this status.
OSCR chief executive David Robb said: "Charities need to be seen to be providing public benefit.