PMP

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AcronymDefinition
PMPProject Management Professional (Project Management Institute, Inc.)
PMPPortable Media Player
PMPPublic Management and Policy (various schools)
PMPProject Management Process
PMPProject Management Plan
PMPPump
PMPProject Management Practitioner
PMPPrescription Monitoring Program (various locations)
PMPPoint To Multipoint
PMPPrivate Marketplace (auctions)
PMPPerlman Music Program (New York)
PMPProject Manager Professional
PMPProject Management Professional
PMPPersonal Media Player
PMPProtected Media Path
PMPPoint to Multi Point
PMPPest Management Professional
PMPPseudomyxoma Peritonei (tumor)
PMPPersonal Music Player
PMPPerformance Management Process
PMPPractice Makes Perfect
PMPProbable Maximum Precipitation
PMPProgram Management Plan
PMPPeer Mentor Program (various organizations)
PMPPrimary Medical Provider
PMPPedestrian Master Plan (various locations)
PMPPeroxisomal Membrane Protein
PMPPortable Movie Player
PMPPersonal Multimedia Player
PMPPrice-Marked Pack (convenience stores)
PMPPlanned Maintenance Programme (repairs)
PMPPeed My Pants
PMPPopulation Management Plan
PMPPieds Mesure de Planche (French wood volume measurement)
PMPPeeing My Pants
PMPPeripheral Myelin Protein
PMPPowdered Metal Products
PMPPerformance Monitoring Protocol (software)
PMPPerformance Monitoring Plan
PMPPremier Market Presence (real estate)
PMPPolymorphic Membrane Protein
PMPPlant-Made Pharmaceutical
PMPPartido ng Masang Pilipino (Philippine political party)
PMPPrison Moratorium Project
PMPProject Master Plan
PMPProfessional Mortgage Partners (various locations)
PMPParticle Measurement Programme (programme for developing measurement approach for vehicle emissions legislation)
PMPPesticide Management Plan
PMPParis Metro Pricing (Internet service classes)
PMPParts, Materials, and Processes
PMPPlasma Membrane Protein
PMPProcess Management Plan
PMPPharmacy Manpower Project
PMPPhilippine Misereor Partnership
PMPPan Malaysian Pools Sdn Bhd
PMPPer Million People
PMPPropulsion Modernization Program
PMPPlanned Marathon Pace (marathon training)
PMPPrinted Matter Press (Japan)
PMPPrevious Menstrual Period
PMPProject Management Proposal
PMPProgram Master Plan
PMPPoor Man's Pizza
PMPPost-Modern Prometheus (X-Files episode)
PMPProposal Management Plan
PMPParticles per Wafer Pass
PMPPissed My Pants
PMPProtected Monitoring Point
PMPParticipative Management Program (Motorola)
PMPPlot Model Parameter
PMPPerfection Metal Products
PMPProSyst Message Protocol
PMPPreventive Maintenance Procedure
PMPPost-Metal Programming (National Semiconductor)
PMPPatient of the Month Program (publication)
PMPProduction Management Plan (quality control0
PMPPrint Management Program
PMPPlan de Maintenance Préventive (French: Preventive Maintenance Plan)
PMPParticipative Management Profile
PMPPre-Motion Positivity
PMPPolicymaker Partnership for Implementing IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act)
PMPParallel Microprogrammed Processor
PMPPor Mão Própria (Portuguese: delivered by hand)
PMPPersonal Management Profiles
PMPProductivity Measurement Program
PMPPoor Man's Porsche
PMP(spin-)Projected Moeller-Plesset (Perturbation Theory)
PMPPrime Mission Program
PMPPrime Mission Planning/Product
PMPPreventive/Phased Maintenance Program
PMPPyron Metal Powders
PMPPerformance Measurement Protocols
PMPPsychiatric Morbidity among Prisoners (survey)
PMPPharmacy Movie Project
PMPProjects Management Partners (as in Synergy Projects Management Partners Ltd.; Nigeria)
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Hardin, who spent almost 10 years as a trainer and organizer with the Prison Moratorium project, is studying for her GED and planning to enroll at Medgar Evers.
Ruthie Gilmore is an abolitionist working with Critical Resistance, the California Prison Moratorium Project, and other organizations.
Marking the 25th anniversary of the Attica riot, a group of ex - offenders, students, alternative sentencing advocates and activists formed the New York-based Prison Moratorium Project. They aim to organize community opposition to incarceration in communities most affected by crime policies, and bring a clear analysis of the prison-industrial complex to as many people as possible.
Various mobilizations have dealt with the scapegoating of immigrants on different levels, from weekly protests at the Brooklyn Metropolitan Detention Center and other actions organized by groups like Desis Rising Up and Moving, the Prison Moratorium Project, and the Coalition for the Human Rights of Immigrants, to the formation of the CUNY for All Coalition, which has been organizing against immigrant tuition hikes.
What Good Is a Prison?, a brochure produced by the California Prison Moratorium Project (CPMP), co-founded by Gilmore, contrasts Corrections Department promises of local prosperity with facts like these: More than 60 percent of the new prison jobs, including all the best-paying jobs, go to outsiders, most of whom end up living outside the prison town; most local businesses don't benefit, many suffer and some collapse; only those selling land for the prison profit.
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