PIFCPublic Internal Financial Control (European Commission publication)
PIFCPersonal Insurance Federation of California (lobbyist; Sacramento, CA)
PIFCPenrith International Friendship Committee (Penrith, New South, Wales, Australia)
PIFCPattern Induced Flicker Colors (aka Fechner colors; optical illusion)
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Se puede observar en la prueba en cicloergometro en las etapas 2 y 6 los puntos de transicion de la FC (-) PIFC (122[+ o -] 12,1) y el (+) PDFC (170,1 [+ o -] 14,7).
'We are coordinating with the Ras Al Khaimah Planning Department to identify possible options for diverting sections of the ring road that pass, according to original plan, through ancient sites,' said Ahmed Juma Al Zbi, Deputy Minister of Presidential Affairs and Chairman of the PIFC.
"Existing law prohibits auto insurers from forcing a driver to use a particular auto repair facility," said Michael Gunning, PIFC vice president.
PIFC stipulates that candidate countries must develop adequate financial management and control systems.
PIFC also makes it clear that the activities of the financial control function and of the internal auditor should be based on objective risk analysis techniques, and that the methods for financial control and internal audit systems should be based on internationally accepted and EU-compliant standards.
The introduction of PIFC in 1997 was the first time that the commission told candidate countries what financial management and audit procedures they needed to have in place before they could join.
There are four main stages that an EU applicant must go through before it can satisfy the commission's PIFC requirements and gain entry', according to Gielisse.