About Title III The Title III Program (a DoD-wide program), developed from the Defense Production Act (an existing legislative mechanism which supports the financing of technologies deemed essential for national defense),focuses on accelerating transition of new technologies from research and development to efficient and affordable production and finally to insertion of these technologies into defense systems.
What does DPA stand for?
DPA stands for Defense Production Act
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We have 331 other meanings of DPA in our Acronym Attic
- Data Protection Advisor (EMC Corp.)
- Data Protection Agency
- Data Protection Authorities (various locations)
- Date Prévue d'Accouchement (French: Due Date; pregnancy)
- Dayton Peace Agreement
- Déduction Fiscale pour Aléas (French: Tax Deduction for Hazards)
- Deepwater Ports Act of 1974
- Deer Park Avenue
- Defence Per Acre (gaming)
- Defence Procurement Agency
- Defense Protection Act
- Deferred Prosecution Agreement
- Definitive Purchase Agreement
- Delaware Pilots Association
- Delaware Public Archives
- Delegated Purchasing Authority (various locations)
- Delegation of Procurement Authority
- Delivery Purchase Agreement (appendix to a purchasing contract setting logistics parameters)
- Dell Preferred Account
- Demand Protocol Architecture
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The company said the expansion is based in part on investments from the Defense Production Act Title III.
Under the wide-reaching authority of the Defense Production Act legislation, it is likely that government funding can be allocated to fund such insurance.
It is also seeking funds from the FY10 federal budget under the Defense Production Act.
As a result, Industrial Policy may not be receiving information to help it activate available tools, such as the authorities under the Defense Production Act, to mitigate supplier-base gaps.
In addition, the company completed the Controlled Goods Program (CGP), allowing the possession or transfer of controlled goods in accordance with the Defense Production Act.
The programs are: Technology Transfer; Technology Transition Initiative (TTI); Manufacturing Technology Program (ManTech); the Defense Production Act Title III; and North American Technology and Industrial Base Organization (NATIBO).
95 Paperback HG4910 Following the political controversy that erupted over possible acquisitions of US port facilities by Dubai Ports World, congressional proposals were brought forth for strengthening the Exon-Florio Amendment to the Defense Production Act in the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988, which gives the president powers to block foreign acquisitions or takeovers of US companies for national security reasons.