Embassy Jakarta, Consulate Surabaya, American Presence Post Medan, American Citizen Services Office Bali and U.
What does APP stand for?
APP stands for American Presence Post (smaller version of a US consulate)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 498 other meanings of APP in our Acronym Attic
- Alliance Populaire et Progressiste (French: Popular Progress Alliance, Mauritania)
- Allied Procedural Publications
- Allocation de Présence Parentale (French: Allocation of Parental Presence; family aid program)
- Alternating Pressure Pad
- Alternative Payment Program
- Aluminum Precision Products (Santa Ana, CA)
- Ambulante Psychiatrische Pflege (German: Outpatient Psychiatric Care)
- American Patriot Party (Jeffersonian philosophy)
- American Payroll Association
- American Precision Prototyping
- American Public Power
- Amicale Police Patrimoine (French: Friendly Police Heritage)
- Amyloid Precursor Protein (neurology)
- Analog Pre-Processor
- Annual Payment Plan
- Annual Performance Plan
- Annual Procurement Plan
- Anti-Poverty Program
- Aphasies Primaires Progressives (French: Primary Progressive Aphasia; brain disease)
Samples in periodicals archive:
official presence there was an American Cultural Center and then an American Presence Post (APP), the American Center Alexandria.
a one-person or two-person American presence post, well, there's not much I can do about that then," he added.
The American Presence Post in Busan, which opened in October as the first such post established under the Transformational Diplomacy Initiative, is an important mission component.
American Presence Posts Tradecraft FSI initially offered this course last year in response to the need for training for personnel assigned to American Presence Posts.
At the October opening of an American Presence Post in Busan, Korea's second-largest city, 60 leaders from government, business, education and the media gathered to welcome the opening of the first U.
When it comes to meeting the challenges posed by the Department's involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, the creation of 18 new American Presence Posts or the implementation of Transformational Diplomacy, the Foreign Service Institute has responded, creating a range of new courses and programs to train Department employees in meeting these needs.
Under Secretary for Management Henrietta Fore outlined some manifestations of Transformational Diplomacy, such as the growth of one- or two-officer American presence posts and no-officer virtual presence posts that mobilize diplomatic resources to build engagement with target communities.