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What does DES stand for?

DES stands for Department of Economic Security (Arizona)

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Bost Assistant Director of External Relations, Borlaug Institute, Texas A&M University [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Policy Council Executive Committee Chair of the National Council of State Human Service Administrators (Policy Council) Executive Committee/Representative of the Policy Council to the Board of Directors Raquel Hatter Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Human Services [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Vice Chair of the Policy Council Executive Committee Clarence Carter Director, Arizona Department of Economic Security [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Secretary of the Policy Council Executive Committee David A.
The allegations draw a comment from Sudan's President Omer Al-Bashir who said in a televised interview last month that the documents allegedly implicating the NCC in corruption had reached him and he ordered the department of economic security to initiate an investigation into the matter.
In the past few years, the Legislature has given the Department of Economic Security some $3 million for hardware and software development that has enabled the one-stop system to set up its statewide computer communications.
Blessing, CPA, director of the Arizona Department of Economic Security, the state's largest agency, told the JofA she was very disappointed that, for the first time in five years, her agency received a qualified opinion even though it had performed the necessary due diligence for Y2K readiness.
In September 1995, the regional office of the Rehabilitation Services Administration, Arizona Department of Economic Security, published a Request for Proposal to develop vocational services for people with disabilities living in the rural areas of southeastern Arizona.