Maneya said this during a meeting hosted by the energy and mining ministry to inform the district executive committee (DEC) members and traditional leaders about the survey.
What does EXCOM stand for?
EXCOM stands for District Executive Committee
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- Exploitation with Collaborative Interoperable Technology
- Exploratory Climate Land Assessment and Impact Management (illustrative computer program)
- Executive Committee for Low Observable Technology
- Expendable Countermeasures
- Executive Committee
- Executive Council (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Wrexham and District executive committee chairman Aled Roberts is looking forward to the Eisteddfod as the final furlong approaches.
Ray Diment joined the Cardiff and District executive committee from 1972 and is now a life member, while current club captain Nathan Angell represented the District from 2003-2006 after John Ockwell and Theo Cushierri had been the first to be honoured in 1997-98.
The investment project Construction and technical maintenance of power stations running on renewable energy sources (solar plants) in Smorgon District will be implemented by the company Ecological Energy registered in the Smorgon District Executive Committee in July.
The event will be chaired by Unitag chief executive Hisham Al Baradie, while District 79 Governor Philip D'Mello will preside over the district executive committee and the district council meetings at the conference.
Towbin is a 20-year member of the Securities Industry Association and a former member of its New York District executive committee (1972-74) and founding chairman of the SIA's Committee for Minority Capital (1972-74).
Cullison, a member of the district executive committee is himself a licensed engineer familiar with the operation of the division.