CCA


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Financial, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

CCA

(1) (Common Cryptographic Architecture) Cryptography software from IBM for MVS and DOS applications.

(2) (Compatible Communications Architecture) A Network Equipment Technology protocol for transmitting asynchronous data over X.25 networks.
References in periodicals archive ?
CCA Bahamas is a wholly owned subsidiary of CCA with founding principles of integrity and innovation with quality assurance and value creation.
CCA designs, builds, owns and manages nearly 60 prisons, jails, detention facilities and residential reentry centers in 20 states, in partnership with the government.
CCAs are sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD).
He retired from MidAmerican Dairymen in 1994 and had been an honorary CCA member since 1995.
The cost of producing the CCA will involve some cost such as the use of a crusher and associated energy costs.
Members of the CCA that have pledged to support, adopt and abide by new mandatory standards include: AtlantiCare HealthRite, Aurora QuickCare, CareClinic, CareWorks Convenient Health Care (a service of Geisinger Medical System,) CheckUps, Early Solutions Clinic, Express Clinics, HealthStop, Lindora Health Clinic, MedPoint Express, MedBasics, My Healthy Access, QuickClinic, Quick Health, RediClinic, Sutter Express Care, and Take Care Health Systems.
The CCA determined that the S corporation could deduct all the expenses attributable to owning and operating the aircraft, not just the compensation reported to share holders and employees.
chemical companies no longer have EPA approval to sell CCA to treat wood for use around homes, though retailers have until May 16 to sell CCA-infused lumber still in supply pipelines.
Question: Does that mean that the government believes CCA is harmful, or not?
Among the key components of the CCA initiative are: