UKSA

AcronymDefinition
UKSAUnited Kingdom Sailing Academy
UKSAUnited Kingdom Space Agency (Wiltshire, England, UK)
UKSAUnited Kingdom Shareholders Association (est. 1992; UK)
UKSAUnited Kingdom Skateboarding Association (est. 2005)
UKSAUnknown Key Share Attack (computer security)
UKSAUnited Kingdom Statistics Authority
UKSAUnited Kingdom Steel Association
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HIE approved PS17.3m to support the project to launch satellites from the north of Scotland after the proposals were announced by the UKSA in last July.
In order to prevent these from happening, the UKSA partnered with NASA to develop a sophisticated forecast system that will monitor extreme solar activity such as magnetized plasma emitted by the Sun.
The remaining PS270m of the supposed "government" increase referred to the increased amounts being paid by local taxpayers through the higher precepts, UKSA said.
Speaking to the CBI in Birmingham Dr David Williams, chief executive of UKSA, said a number of companies were contributing technology.
UKSA is worried that the Government may have wrongly used the statistics to show the UK Border Agency in a positive light.
UKSA chairman Sir Michael Scholar said the NHS Information Centre had decided to cut the pounds 300,000 a year it contributes to the compilation of the General Lifestyle Survey by the Office of National Statistics.
Roger Lawson, chairman of the UK Shareholders' Association (UKSA), which represents private investors, said Lloyds shareholders were left paying the price for a "disastrous" move to buy troubled HBOS.
The awards were presented at Doltone House, Pyrmont, Sydney, organised by Yachting Australia and the UK Sailing Academy (UKSA).
The UK Shareholders' Association (UKSA) is encouraging small investors to think about moving their shares into nominee accounts in the light of recent threats made by animal rights extremists to individual shareholders in GlaxoSmithKline.
In partnership with the United Kingdom Sailing Academy (UKSA), BT will be facilitating oceanography, weather and climate change data along the route, which will form part of an education programme for its young participants.
Emma pers- uaded her own sponsor, Pindar, to finance a specially-adapted boat for Hilary, who also talked UKSA, the world's premier sailing academy, into training her from scratch in six months flat.
The UK Shareholders Association (UKSA) is a nationwide organisation representing the voice of the private shareholder to the boards of British companies, the Stock Exchange and the media.