CCIA


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CCIA

(Computer and Communications Industry Association, Washington, DC, www.ccianet.org) A membership organization composed of computer and communications firms. It represents their interests in domestic and foreign trade, and, working with the NIST, keeps members advised of regulatory policy.
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The new advertising network at CCIA will blend with the modern design and coastal flavor that's unique to the city of Corpus Christi.
Knowing well that the situation in Beirut is not the best, we are trying as much as we can within our financial limits and with the assistance of the CCIA to make the most of events abroad and I can tell you I am proud and satisfied with what we are doing with our small budget.
Twenty out of a total CCIA membership of 35 participated in person.
CCIA is a transnational partnership project designing, developing and implementing community currencies across northwest Europe.
Christine Shapard, executive director of the CCIA, said, 'Truly innovative cleantech companies do more than invent green technologies, they ensure those technologies make financial sense for their customers.
The road show kicked off near Nesto Super Market in Manama, which was attended by CCIA officials and social workers were present.
That's why the CCIA is taking on the development of the state's cleantech action plan and will coordinate and drive the implementation of its initiatives and policies.
Since its creation, the CCIA has issued more than 45 million tags and a CFIA audit indicated an almost 100% compliance among Canada's cattle producers, a testament of Canada's commitment to quality and safety.
A CCIA spokeswoman said the complaint detailing allegedly abusive practices by IBM in the mainframe business was submitted to the Justice Department by the CCIA in September.
law professor, the CCIA is an advocacy group primarily consisting of technology companies that benefit from fair use.
Such misleading statements can hamper what's increasingly becoming a knowledge-based American economy, CCIA contends.
The CCIA database contains information on more than 40 million animals and 150 million transactions, while the agency conducts more than 2,000 trace-backs each year.