SFE

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AcronymDefinition
SFESydney Futures Exchange (Australia)
SFESparkfun Electronics (Boulder, CO)
SFEScouts for Equality (various locations)
SFESupercritical Fluid Extraction
SFEStar Formation Efficiency (astronomy)
SFEStart Field Extended
SFEScale Factor Edit
SFESecure Function Evaluation (cryptography)
SFESales Force Effectiveness
SFESociety of Facade Engineering (est. 2004)
SFESurface Figure Error (optics)
SFESkills for Employment (various organizations)
SFESolicitors for the Elderly (legal advisory group; Hertfordshire, England, UK; est. 1999)
SFESan Francisco Examiner
SFESt. Francis Elementary (Minnesota)
SFEStandards for Excellence
SFESodalizio Fuoristradisti Euganei (Italian: Off-Road Hills Association)
SFESociété Française de l'Evaluation (French: French Evaluation Society)
SFEStacking Fault Energy (materials science and engineering)
SFESan Fernando, Philippines (Airport Code)
SFESociété Française d'Endocrinologie (French: French Society of Endocrinology)
SFESupplier Furnished Equipment
SFESociété Française d'Equithérapie (French: French Society of Equitherapy)
SFEServices Front End (workshop)
SFESociété Française d'Ethnopharmacologie (French: French Society of Ethnopharmacology)
SFEStainless Fabricating & Engineering (Portage, MI)
SFESociété Française d'Ethnomusicologie (French: French Society of Ethnomusicology)
SFEStandardization Flight Evaluation (US Army)
SFESociété Française d'Electrophorèse
SFESociété Française d'Ecologie (French: French Society of Ecology)
SFESustainable Forestry Education (Michigan)
SFEService Fraternel d'Entraide (French: Fraternal Mutual Aid Service; various locations)
SFESociété Française d'Egyptologie (French: French Society of Egyptology)
SFESociété de Fabrication Electronique (French: Electronic Manufacturing Company)
SFESociété Française d'Endodontie (French: French Society of Endodontics)
SFEStupid Feeding Error (herpetoculture)
SFESpace Force Enhancement (US DoD)
SFESymington Family Estates (Port wine)
SFESupercritical Fluid Elution
SFEStatic Feed Electrolysis
SFESingle-Flared Eyelet (body piercing)
SFESociété Francaise d'Exobiologie (French: French Society of Exobiology)
SFEStatement of Functional Expense (nonprofit efficiency)
SFEStore and Forward Engine
SFESpace Frequency Equivalence
SFESheet Film Equivalent
SFESevere Framing Error (Hekimian)
SFESimon Fell Ensemble (UK)
SFESociété Française de l'Emballage (French: French Society of Packaging)
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"With the Standards for Excellence, OANO goes further than simply asking a charity if they comply," explained OANO's executive director, Marcy Williams.
Nonprofits can voluntarily seek Standards for Excellence accreditation at various levels, which requires a review of their policies, procedures and operations.
"We're delighted with the endorsement of the Standards for Excellence program.
Brough: The Standards for Excellence are a comprehensive blueprint for responsible and effective management of dioceses, parishes and Catholic nonprofits in the 21st century.
The Standards for Excellence seem to have arrived in the nick of time.
In fact, the Standards for Excellence draw on best practices that already exist in the corporate, nonprofit and philanthropic arenas, and even within some parishes and dioceses.
The Standards for Excellence seem pretty straightforward.
More specifically, the Standards for Excellence offer the church sound direction on what policies and practices are necessary for effective financial controls and accurate financial reporting.
WHEREAS, the Maryland Nurses Association agrees that the Code of Ethics for Nurses and the Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organization's Standards for Excellence are the ethical guidelines for responsible operation of the organization;
The Standards for Excellence: An Ethics and Accountability Code for the Nonprofit Sector covers eight areas of nonprofit operations: mission and program, governing board, conflicts of interest, human resources, financial and legal accountability, openness and disclosure, fundraising, and public policy and public affairs.
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