RFASReaction Force Air Staff (NATO)
RFASRaleigh Fine Arts Society (North Carolina)
RFASRoyal Fleet Auxiliary Service (UK)
RFASRadio Frequency Adjunct Sensor
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The majority report expressed concern that 'neither transparency nor accountability' are being adequately delivered, and it raised concerns that RFAs 'afford a lesser level of protection than ...
The first request for information (RFA), released in November, encouraged the development of innovative approaches to remediate contaminated sediments.
The Government is looking for yards to upgrade four Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) vessels, two of which are being built in Swan Hunter.
No known sales have been made outside the RFAS. The highly agile chassis involved is based on components from the T-72 and T-80 tanks.
However, it seems several state governments have signed or are about to sign RFAs that are based on unrealistically high yield figures.
When work ends on the RFAs next year it has no more orders until a project to build two aircraft carriers begins in 2008.
These sessions, coupled with public meetings, shaped the request for applications (RFA).
One of these solicitations was the Clinical Informatics to Promote Patient Safety (CLIPS) RFA, which focused on the use of IT to reduce medical errors and improve patient safety.
The Commissioner has met with ambassadors and other State representatives and offered a new approach to cooperation: rather than operating solely on the basis of specific RFAs, State representatives were asked how they could support the Commission and informed of generic areas of assistance that could match their capabilities and the Commission's requirements.
"Against the backdrop of a ruinous Brexit, the loss of the RFAs would be an absolute betrayal of the UK shipbuilding sector by the Tory Government."