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CAAT said Edinburgh Castle was wrong to host events for Selex in 2012 and QinetiQ in 2013.
CAAT also complained over the committee's choice of adviser, Sir William Patey, an Arabist who was ambassador to Saudi Arabia from 2007-10.
The sustained drive to improve the use of CAATs and to apply new data analysis tools to auditing activities comes amid an ongoing evolution from manual, time-intensive auditing toward technology-enabled auditing practices.
We would like to see an end to UK participation in arms fairs in the region and an end to UK government support and subsidies for arms sales," CAAT spokesperson Kaye Stearman said.
Any well-respected CAAT solution can use XML to interchange data, and XBRL stands head and shoulders above its brethren.
The goal of the CAAT is to create the region's premier storehouse of advanced automotive technology; catalog the intellectual capital that exists surrounding that technology and offer it to the region; and provide small seed grants to encourage the development of regional training to support this emerging industry.
For example, the publication describes the Commonwealth Bank of Australia's quest to create continuous monitoring tools for assessing emerging risks across the organization - a process started after spending two years developing a CAATs model.
CAAT will announce plans for a patient march to stir moral indignation at the turning away of new patients for life-saving therapy.