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PIEPartners in Education
PIEProgress in Industrial Ecology (journal; Inderscience Publishers)
PIEPartners in Employment (disabilities)
PIEPrevention, Intervention and Enforcement (crime fighting)
PIEParent Involvement in Education (various locations)
PIEPharmaceuticals in the Environment (various organizations)
PIEProto-Indo European (linguistics)
PIEPlatform for Information Exchange
PIEPlastics Information Europe (publication)
PIEPersuade, Inform, Entertain (writing)
PIEPan Island Expressway (Singapore)
PIEPartners in Enterprise (various locations)
PIEPacific Image Electronics (various locations)
PIEPlanning and Institutional Effectiveness (various schools)
PIEPlug-In Extension (software)
PIEPunkt Informacji Europejskiej (Polish: European Information Point)
PIEPose, Illumination, and Expression (face recognition database)
PIEPublic Interest Entity (various locations)
PIEProcess Interface Electronics
PIEPublication in Engineering
PIEPortfolio Investment Entity
PIEPielaveden (Finnish)
PIEPhoto Imaging Expo
PIEPulmonary Interstitial Emphysema (medical)
PIEProgram Information Exchange (various organizations)
PIEPartners in Excellence (customer-satisfaction program instituted by ARI leasing/fleet management company)
PIEPacific Internet Exchange (San Francisco, CA)
PIEPrison Industry Enhancement (programs)
PIEPacific Intercultural Exchange (San Diego, CA)
PIEPerformance Image Exposure (career succss)
PIEPost-Irradiation Examination
PIEPoint Info Energie (French: Info Point Energy)
PIEPublic Issues Education
PIEPersistent Identification Element
PIEPanasonic Industrial Europe GmbH (Panasonic Europe Ltd.)
PIEPacific Intermountain Express
PIEPrice in Effect
PIEPublic Internet Exchange (various locations)
PIEProcess Improvement Experiment
PIEPersonal Information Environment
PIEPre-Installation Environment (computer operating system environment)
PIEPeriod of Initial Eligibility (insurance)
PIEPresence, Identity and Edge Resources (peer to peer computing)
PIEProject Import Export, Inc. (furniture; Miami, FL)
PIEPeripheral Interrupt Expansion
PIEPulsed Irrigation Evacuation (enema)
PIEPride in Excellence
PIEPrivate Internet Exchange
PIEPolymorphism, Inheritance, Encapsulation
PIEPostulated Initiating Event
PIEPeer Integration Exchange
PIEPackage Installation Envelopes (Cisco)
PIEParticle Impact Experiment
PIEPlatform for International Education (Netherlands)
PIEProtocol Information Element
PIEPermanent Intermittent Employee
PIEFederación de la Plataforma de los Independientes de España
PIEParking Industry Exhibition and Conference
PIEPsychological Impacts and Effects
PIEPulmonary Infiltrates with Eosinophils (lung disorder)
PIEPersonal Incidental Expenditure
PIEPropagation, Infection, Execution (computer security)
PIEProductivity Integrated Environment
PIEPolicy and Information Encyclopedia
PIEPulse Interference Elimination
PIEProblems, Issues & Expectations (Analysis)
PIEPartitioned/Programmable Interface Equipment
PIEPhoto-Ionization Efficiency (spectroscopy)
PIEPolicy Issuance Entry (Queue - Insurance)
PIEParlamento Indio Estatal (Spanish: Indian State Parliament; Mexico)
PIESt Petersburg/Clearwater, FL, USA - St Petersburg/Clearwater International (Airport Code)
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TRICOR also partners with private-sector businesses as part of the Prison Industry Enhancement Certification Program, which brings manufacturing operations into the correctional institution.
Factories with fences: An analysis of the prison industry enhancement certification program in historical perspective.
"Re: Prison Industry Enhancement Certification Guideline [OJP(BJA)-1150]," Letter from the Director of Department of Research and Collective Bargaining Services, AFSCME, to Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, September 8, 1998.
Department of Justice through the Prison Industry Enhancement Certification Program (PIECP).
About 2,500 work for private subcontractors in thirty-eight states, according to a 1998 report by Prison Industry Enhancement, a federal program.
. Mimeo on Prison Industry Enhancement Certification Program, September 1994.
These initiatives were Federal Prison Industries, now known as "UNICOR," and Prison Industry Enhancement, or PIE.
PIE -- Prison Industry Enhancement: This federal prison industries program, created in 1979 to help state and local industries provide employment for inmates, affords a means for reducing inmate idleness and generates products and services while enabling inmates to make a contribution to society.
Another program--the Prison Industry Enhancement Certification Program (PIECP)--allows inmates to work for a private employer outside the institution and earn the prevailing wage, which is at least federal minimum wage, for a particular type of work or occupation.
First, prison industry enhancement efforts through the National Correctional Industries Association (NCIA) to gain manufacturing recognition as a viable source of manufacturing labor have not been able to leverage a unified technology and communications platform.
CCA is establishing Prison Industry Enhancement Certified Programs (PIECP) that are certified by the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) in the U.S.
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