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ICCP

(1) (Institute for Certification of Computing Professionals, Des Plaines, IL, www.iccp.org). An organization founded in 1973 that offers industry certification and worldwide test centers. The Associate Computer Professional (ACP) exam is open to all, but the Certified Computing Professional (CCP) requires four years of experience, although academic credit may substitute for two.

The CCP combines the former Certified Computer Programmer (CCP), Certified Data Processor (CDP) and Certified Systems Professional (CSP).

(2) (Inter-Control Center Communications Protocol) An application layer 7 protocol for data exchange between utility companies over wide area networks (WANs), typically IP networks. Also known as the international IEC Telecontrol Application Service Element 2 (TASE2) standard, ICCP provides transactions for queries, monitoring, data transfer, scheduling and remote control between clients and servers. See DNP3.
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When the ICCP system is up and running, the reference electrodes will provide data to show that this is the case, demonstrating that corrosion cannot be initiated and the steel will remain cathodically protected.
The president of the Tripura Chamber and Commerce, M L Debnath, said: "This new initiative of improving the facilities at the ICCP shall boast the greater economic integration can make an effective contribution to eliminating poverty from the region as the Northeast has a long international border.
A CPA spokesman said: "Findings from the first ICCP study have been used consistently by the Agency to create campaigns and initiatives to reduce the incidence of crisis pregnancy, and to inform service and policy development in the area.
ICCP is under the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology, and Egyptology which offers Bachelor of Arts major and minor programs and a Master of Arts program in Sociology-Anthropology.
Although Paragraph 212 of the Code prohibits the Tribunal from basing its verdict on evidence that "has not been brought up for discussion or referred to during the hearing," ICCP para.
The ICCP experience can even lead to a job, as was the case with students who performed with choreographer Shen Wei in the program from 2000 to 2003.
A Northumbria Probation spokeswoman said: "Evidence shows this age group are most likely to re-offend following a short period in custody so the ICCP package has been put together to help reduce re-offending among this difficult group.
Terry Ewington, Chair of the North Yorkshire Probation Board, said: "North Yorkshire Probation Area Board welcomes the opportunity to deliver ICCP for the Courts.
The accord called for Cathelco to acquire the assets of Jotun's ICCP and pipework anti-fouling activities and for Jotun to gain a 10% share of Cathelco.
The Probation Service is working with the crime reduction charity Crime Concern to recruit mentors to work with offenders placed on an ICCP.
ICCP came into existence four years ago in response to concerns of parents for their mentally ill adult children.
He is certified in production and inventory management (APICS) and in data processing (CDP) by the ICCP.