OSF

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AcronymDefinition
OSFOregon Shakespeare Festival (Ashland, Oregon)
OSFOur Stolen Future (Theo Colborn book)
OSFOpen Society Foundation (New York, NY)
OSFOpen Software Foundation
OSFOld Spaghetti Factory (US restaurant chain)
OSFOpen System Foundation
OSFOperations System Function
OSFOne Step Further
OSFOpen Side Flanker
OSFOrthoptera Species File
OSFOrder of St. Francis (Catholic group)
OSFOperating System Firmware
OSFOffice of School Facilities (various locations)
OSFOffice of Space Flight
OSFOuachita Student Foundation (Arkadelphia, AR)
OSFOperational Support Facility
OSFOpen Systems Foundation
OSFOsaka Securities Financing (Japan)
OSFOptimistes sans Frontieres (French: Optimists without Borders; Belgium)
OSFOil Stabilization Fund
OSFOffice of Sustainable Fisheries (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
OSFObjective Simulation Framework (US DoD)
OSFOffset Field
OSFOperations Support Flight
OSFOrdinateurs sans Frontieres (French: Computers without Borders)
OSFOperations System Function (ANSI)
OSFOff Side Front (automotive suspension)
OSFOxidation-induced Stacking Fault
OSFOpen Source Food (est. 2008)
OSFOklahoma State Fair, Inc. (Oklahoma City, OK)
OSFOsaki Sports Foundation (Japan)
OSFOffice of Strategic Finance
OSFOccupiable Square Feet
OSFOther Structures and Facilities
OSFOrdinis Sancti Francisci (of the order of St Francis)
OSFOpen Software Forum
OSFOffice Systems Family
OSFOrdnance Storage Facility
OSFFranciscan Brothers or Sisters (religious order)
OSFOrganizational Structure Facility
OSFOmega Sector Fleetyards (Halo gaming)
OSFObtain Service From
OSFCongregation of Servants of Holy Infancy Jesus (religious order)
OSFOversubscription Factor (Cisco)
OSFOyster Strike Force
OSFOrdered Statistics Filter
OSFOn-Site Familiarization
OSFOpenSSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Software Foundation (Adamstown, MD)
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http://www.swfinstitute.org/fund-rankings Note: * This includes the oil stabilization fund of Russia.
Apparently, the government has not directly tapped the NDF for expenditures the way it did with the older Oil Stabilization Fund, which is still set to receive 85.5% of receipts from exporting oil at a price higher than the budget assumption.
The SHCP has traditionally used the derivatives market to raise funds for the oil stabilization fund, allocating about US$773 million for 2015.
Previous governments had contributed to the Oil Stabilization Fund which was created in the year 2000 to support the national budget during oil price fluctuations.
External debt has been virtually eliminated, and the government has accumulated large savings in the oil stabilization fund (FRR).
Additional savings were accumulated in the oil stabilization fund, which reached 37% of GDP.
In particular, they commended the authorities for their sound policy stance that has enabled the accumulation of large external reserves and resources in the oil stabilization fund.
The Iranian companies that will be involved in building the pipeline will be able to tap the country's Foreign Currency Reserve Fund, Iran's version of an oil stabilization fund, for funding, he said.
To boot, the government has created a special oil stabilization fund that is to cushion the country against intermittent, sharp declines in petroleum quotations.
The Ahmadinejad team left public finances in a mess by ordering banks to make loans that cannot possibly be repaid, running large deficits in the "Targeted Subsidy Organization," and raiding the accounts of the two development funds that supposedly receive a considerable portion of oil revenue (the Oil Stabilization Fund and the National Development Fund of Iran).
Majlis Deputy Mohammad-Reza Khabbaz says it is not true that the size of the financial reserves in the Oil Stabilization Fund are classified and the Majlis will investigate the fund and reveal its size.
"But the ninth government [Ahmadinejad] introduced several bills to the Majlis asking to withdraw money from the Oil Stabilization Fund, and the budget bill at the end of the year was defined based on exporting oil at the rate of $80 a barrel."