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SCVASullivan County Visitors Association (Ferndale, NY)
SCVASouthern California Volleyball Association
SCVASouthern California Vocal Association
SCVASainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts (UK)
SCVASalem Convention and Visitors Association (Salem, Oregon)
SCVAScirpus Validus (botany)
SCVASouthern California Velodrome Association
SCVASpectacle Corrected Visual Acuity
SCVASojitz Corporation Value Added
SCVASawtooth Center for Visual Art (North Carolina)
SCVASouth Carolina Veterinary Association
SCVASpectral Change Vector Analysis
SCVASanta Clara Valley Athletic
SCVASurrey County Virginia
SCVAStrategic Capital Value Added
SCVASpecialty Constructed Vehicle Association
SCVASaskatchewan Country Vacation Association (Canada)
SCVASupply Chain Vulnerability Assessment
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In this study, we first start with the design of SCVA. Here, we make use of the theoretical design results initially reported by the authors in [27].
But despite success stories like Wiremold's, field reports and other data show that even mature Lean manufacturers still use SCVA. Why are they stuck in the past, and how can we change that?
The key question becomes "What is the threshold for knocking down a testable hypothesis?" In the absence of any research on this topic, we suggest the following proposition: The majority of mature lean manufacturers will eliminate use of SCVA. In this proposition, it will be important to determine the criteria for "mature" lean.
Tucker, appearing before SCVA, said, "VA must be prepared--and provided with the resources it needs, as well as explicit statutory guidelines--to accomplish this comprehensive and vital mission."
PVA testified before SCVA that "enacting this provision would provide VA with a gimmick that would allow it to claim it is maintaining the capacity required by law."
Kizer could not start a second four-year term as head of the VA healthcare system without Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs (SCVA) approval and a "yes" vote by the Senate as a whole.
* Arlen Specter (R-Penn.), chairman, Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs (SCVA).
On October 25, 1995, PVA presented testimony before the Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs (SCVA) concerning pending veterans healthcare legislation.
Seminar attendees rose early for the bus ride to Capitol Hill for the annual testimony before HCVA and SCVA.
Senator Alan Simpson (R-Wyo.) reassumes the chairmanship of SCVA. For the past six years he had served as minority whip, the number-two minority leadership position in the Senate.
The Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs (SCVA) also must report savings of $2.6 billion.