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AcronymDefinition
STATStatus
STATStatistic(s)
STATStatim (Latin: Immediately [medical])
STATStatistical (mathematics)
STATStatutes at Large (IRB)
STATStatutes (legal)
STATSignal Transducer and Activator of Transcription
STATPhotostat
STATSociety of Teachers of the Alexander Technique
STATStatistics Austria (government bureau)
STATScience Teachers Association of Texas
STATStop Teenage Addiction to Tobacco
STATShort Turn-Around Time
STATSecurity Threat Avoidance Technology (Harris Corporation)
STATStanding Tall and Talented (nickname for basketball player Amare Stoudemire)
STATSecurity Test and Analysis Tool
STATState Transition Analysis Technique
STATShort Term Assessment and Treatment
STATScience and Technology Assistance Team
STATSlotted Tube Atom Trap
STATStratospheric Tracers of Atmospheric Transport
STATSooner Than Already There :-)
STATSituation Triage and Assessment Team
STATSpace Telescope Astrometry Team
STATStafford Aquatic Team (swim team)
STATStudent Trial Advocacy Team
STATStudents Teaching Anti-Tobacco
STATSmall Transport Aircraft Technology
STATSuperfund Technical Assessment Team
STATSome Time After Tomorrow (humor)
STATSubstance Testing Applications and Technology
STATSouthern Tier Alternative Therapies, Inc. (Binghamton, NY)
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The meeting also discussed the upcoming statistical projects within the GCC-Stat program for 2014, including: National Accounts 2008, establishment of indicators & indices, the development of products and services statistics, the pan-GCC census 2020, developing job market statistics, establishing data quality scheme and a unified statistical classification system, development of data classification system synced with available administrative records, environment and energy related statistics, developmental indicators and statistics and financial statistics.
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Although the idea of an 'Irish Statistical System' was clearly envisaged in the drafting of the 1993 Statistics Act, the concept was first clearly articulated by the National Statistics Board NSB) in their seminal 2003--2008 'Strategy for Statistics' (NSB, 2003a).
The efforts made by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics in collecting and updating the data on monthly basis were also appreciated by the Members of the Standing Committee.
As for ASSD, a symposium created in 2006 by African statisticians to contribute to the development of statistics (demographic, economic .
Programs feature an exhibit of Official Statistics in the Philippines, a statistics fair, audio-visual presentation on the milestones of the Philippine Statistical System (PSS), symposiums, a photography contest, and a statistics quiz.
The new prototype statistics are available on BEA's regional accounts Web site.
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A global report including the 6 regions is also available called The World statistics and forecast report.