certification pilot

certification pilot

A test pilot employed by the certification authority to evaluate all types of aircraft proposed to be used by operators in that country.
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The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), an independent provider of comprehensive standards-based testing services for the networking industry, has announced the Power Profile Certification Pilot Program where device manufacturers can test their products against the Test Suite Specification (TSS) which was jointly developed with support from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the IEEE 1588 Power Profile Conformity Assessment Steering Committee, the company said.
Making it easier to do business is at the heart of this paperless certification pilot and an exciting step forward for high-quality, safe, nutritious and delicious halal New Zealand food."
We both share a common vision on pursuing trade with trusted partners that contributes to the lives of all." "Making it easier to do business is at the heart of this paperless certification pilot and an exciting step forward for high-quality, safe, nutritious and delicious halal New Zealand food," he added.
It is thus unsurprising that MQAC has insisted it must maintain full transparency with the public about its decisions in the CRP Certification pilot. This tension could be especially acute if a CRP Certified case which is closed by MQAC as satisfactorily resolved involved a medical error leading to a patient death, which could trigger public concern that for the most serious errors punishment of the involved providers is prerequisite to an adequate regulatory response.
TD Bank has opened a Bethesda, MD store, which targets the WELL Certification pilot program, focused on human health and well-being, the company said.
These initiatives include an Automotive Service Excellence certification pilot which began September 2012 for MOS 91B wheeled vehicle mechanics and involves Soldiers in the Advanced Leader Course and Warrant Officer Basic Course.
Providing stepping-stones to certification, MMIA, CHIA, and NCIHC have all undertaken work developing codes of ethics, standards of practice, or certification pilot programs.
Three amendments were offered and withdrawn, these included amendments to ban trans-fats from schools, to specify that high-need urban areas would be included in the Medicaid direct certification pilot program, and an amendment to expand the area eligibility in the Summer Food Service Program and Child and Adult Care Food Program.
The second initiative is a third-party certification pilot program involving aquacultured (farm-raised) shrimp.
The company recently joined the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) volume certification pilot program.
The Senate bill would authorize new Skill Certification Pilot Projects, allowing up to 10 grants to colleges, including two-year institutions, technical and vocational schools.
Forty percent sent in documents showing that the child had lived with them for six months or more; 20% submitted official letters from IRS-approved sources acknowledging that the child had lived with them for at least half a year; the remaining 40% used the pilot program's affidavit options; see Kenney, Tax Analysts, "Early Results of EITC Child Certification Pilot Study Released" (5/5/04).
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