SIAC

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AcronymDefinition
SIACSouthern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
SIACSpecial Immigration Appeals Commission (UK)
SIACSingapore International Arbitration Centre (Singapore)
SIACSociedad Interamericana de Cardiología (Spanish: Interamerican Society of Cardiology)
SIACSecurity Industry Alarm Coalition
SIACSchool Improvement Advisory Committee
SIACSocietà Italiana Assicurazione Crediti (Italian insurance company)
SIACSenate Indian Affairs Committee (US Congress)
SIACSpecialized Information Analysis Center
SIACSecurities Industries Automation Corporation
SIACSurrey Integrated Arts Consortium (UK)
SIACSociété Internationale des Artistes Chrétiens (International Secretariat of Christian Artists)
SIACSelf-Injection Anxiety Counseling
SIACSenate Committee on Indian Affairs
SIACStaten Island Athletic Club (New York)
SIACSystème Informatisé d'Aide à la Conduite (French: information system for train engineer in TGV-Trains)
SIACSystèmes d'Information et d'Aide aux Concours (French: Information Systems and Support for Competition)
SIACStrike Intelligence Analysis Center
SIACSensor Integration and Control
SIACSubmarine Integrated Attack Center
SIACSite Improvement Advisory Council
SIACShape International Angling Club
SIACSystem Integration And Control
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Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, led eight other senators in urging Senate leaders to prioritize robust, direct funding to tribal communities to address the ongoing opioid epidemic in Native American communities.
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It is a great honorand a tremendous responsibilityto serve as ranking member of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, Udall said.
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Senate Committee on Indian Affairs since 2002, first as senior counsel and later as staff director, where he directed policy and legislative efforts relating to Indian tribes.
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs today passed the AMBER Alert in Indian Country Act of 2017, legislation sponsored by Senator John McCain (R-AZ) that would expand the AMBER Alert child abduction warning system on Native American reservations by clarifying that Indian tribes are eligible for Department of Justice (DOJ) grants that help assemble AMBER Alert systems for law enforcement agencies.
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