FACA


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FACA

(Federal Advisory Committee Act) See healthcare IT.
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General Services Administration, which helps oversee FACA implementation, says there are approximately 1,000 federal advisory committees and 50 federal agencies with FACA programs in effect at any given time.
Preemption has a tangled relationship with the FACA, which has its own preemption "element" written into the statute.
Using this knowledge, we then examine data from the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA) Database and the Lobbying Disclosure Act (LDA) database to understand whether agencies followed the OMB guidance and removed federally registered lobbyists from advisory committees.
Plastic took on the look of premium glass at Faca, with an extensive display of luxury jars and caps in an array of sharp and rounded shapes.
An observer of the Washington scene felt that the Health Care Task Force, which has been conducting secret meetings behind closed doors, violated the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA), also known as the "Sunshine Law."
Em especial no Brasil, nossa heranca autoritaria se faz presente; quando nao pode se mostrar inteiramente no cenario politico--ainda que o faca em boa medida--, ela invade outros campos da vida social, principalmente aqueles que dizem respeito a economia.
Likewise, I strongly condemn the public statement made by some members of the National Transitional Council to the Parliament instigating inter-communal violence, and justifying the brutal lynching by FACA elements of a suspected ex-Seleka man on 5 February," she added.
A luz dos lampioes define os corpos dos trabalhadores elaborados com buril raiado, buril faca e buril losangular.