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PSC

(1) (Printer, Scanner, Copier) See all-in-one.

(2) (Public Service Commission) Same as PUC.
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But long after the trip, the athletes complained and alleged before the PSC that they did not receive the full amount of the $1,800 that was approved by the PSC to each athlete.
He said PSC examination of ACs, SOs and ASPs are being conducted after every six years adding that due to only one failed candidate the future of other Assistant Commissioners, Section Officers and Assistant Superintendent Police are at stake.
Every issue of PSC should include articles that are directly relevant to practicing school counselors.
On September 27, 2004, the PSC issued an Order, effective that day, adopting the terms of Joint Proposal among many of the active parties in the Con Edison gas and steam rate proceedings (PSC Cases 03-G-1671 and 03-G-1672).
where PSC filed in November for bankruptcy reorganization.
Attorneys who represent companies before CPSC say the ten principles are really just "common sense business practices," but others express concern that officially adopting the PSC principles could expose those companies to even greater legal jeopardy, should unexpected product defect problems arise.
Even with a team that numbered up to 40 full-time professionals working alongside LADWP's managers at some times during the two-year gig, PSC Energy's work has at best provided only a partial recovery.
The former basketball superstar said PSC chairman William Ramirez has created a task force to handle complaints from any member of the national pool.
To ensure this service meets the highest of standards set by ASCA and IACET, we have created the position of associate editor of PSC.
PSC expects to introduce transportation equipment to its new Greenfield site in Bowling Green so it can expand its industrial scrap services.
PSC has radically reorganized its business in the past two years.