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(Association for Computing Machinery, New York, www.acm.org) A membership organization founded in 1947 dedicated to advancing the arts and sciences of information processing. In addition to awards and publications, ACM also maintains special interest groups (SIGs) in the computer field.
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Kudos to the ACMS and the paper's senior author, John Albertini, MD, of Winston-Salem, N.
is called a homothetic generalized ACMS production function (resp.
I glanced down the long, narrow drive and saw a white van parked at ACMS.
There may be cases where DCAA will encourage, but not advocate, a change from a traditional cost accounting system to ACMS by pointing out accounting weaknesses that require attention.
The ACMS started functioning from academic year 2008-09.
This year's conference will focus on Continuous Learning and will include training on how to use the newly released ACQ Now CL for the Continuous Learning system as well as ACQ Now for the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) Registration system, and ACMS for the Acquisition Career Management System.
The ACMS responds to the continued interest in strong corporate governance and the need for various entities to include people on their boards and audit committees who have expertise in financial matters.
The Energy Minister, describing the work of the ACMS as "valuable in representing the interests of domestic fuel customers, said: "The Government is committed to achieving a fairer deal for all consumers, and I welcome the benefits this scheme can bring to customers, particularly those who are elderly and on low incomes.
Members willing to contribute to this effort their knowledge of finance, commitment to the profession's code of ethics and business processes proficiency can provide information on their background and qualifications by registering with the ACMS at http://acms.