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CNP

(Certified Network Professional) A professional designation and accreditation given to individual IT networking professionals by the Network Professional Association (www.npa.org). Introduced in 1996 and earned by successful completion of a networking exam, the certification was updated and re-released in 2005. Additional requirements include work experience, continuing education and adherence to a code of ethics. For more information, visit www.cnp.org. See certification. See also CMP.
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AgStar Financial presented NPPC and the Pork Board $50,000, which will be used to develop and maintain a web site dedicated to the "We Care" initiative.
Recognizing the growing popularity of poultry, as consumers were appreciating its perceived nutritional benefits and versatility as highly desirable, NPPC saw a strategic opportunity to position pork as a uniquely different entree, competing with white meat rather than its traditional red meat competitor, beef,"
Oates: NPPC is funded largely through what is called the pork check-off, which is a tax collected by the National Pork Board on every hog sold in the country.
Dave Pyburn, director of veterinary science at NPPC, expects certification to begin in earnest in 2001, when the pilot study is scheduled to end.
99) It also may be possible to recover fish and wildlife costs, which, NPPC argues, represent internalized environmental damages resulting from past investment in the hydroelectric system.
The chances are that you're not going to trim that chop with the surgical precision of the technicians at the NPPC lab--which means that you'll probably end up with more fat than in the chicken thigh.
For additional details on contest rules and prizes and to enter online, visit the NPPC Web site at www.
AFBF and NPPC also contend that an individual's interest in controlling the dissemination of information regarding personal matters doesn't dissolve simply because that information may be available to the public in some form.
The NPPC wants to make it clear that the flu is a respiratory disease--NOT a food-borne illness.
NPR has been licensing the rights to use the popular trademark, which was created by the NPPC in 1985, prior to the formation of the NPB and the creation of the National Pork Checkoff in 1986.
According to organization officials, NPPC plans use that system as the basis for an enhanced ID program that will meet the goal of NAIS, which is the ability to trace back animals to their farm of origin within 48 hours.
And we are asking NPPC and the regional stakeholders to come together and come up with a consensus-based solution by the end of 1996, so that we can introduce new legislation for the federal power system by January 1997.