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What does DD stand for?

DD stands for Division Director

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The committee is chaired by chief executive of Corus Philippe Varin and comprises of Rauke Henstra, chief operating officer, Marjan Oudeman, strip products division director, Phil Dryden, long products division director, Scott MacDonald, distribution and building systems division director, Tor Farquhar, director human resources and Frank Royle, director finance.
1, 1999, when Grecco, who is the former law partner of County Executive Robert Gaffney, was named real estate division director.
The California Resource Recovery Association is providing practical tools on the local level to make it possible for small rural communities to move beyond the 50 percent reduction mandates," Jeff Scott, EPA's waste management division director for the Pacific Southwest office, says.
The personnel shifts for 82 officials of division director level and below were initially supposed to have gone through for implementation in November, but Tanaka prevented them from being processed due to suspicions she had over the way rank-and-file personnel decisions were made at the ministry.
Marge Scanlin, division director of member and camp services Roxanne Seger, administrative assistant, member and camp services Connie Coutellier, director of professional development Marilyn Allison, administrative secretary, professional development Kathy Henchey, member and camp services associate Pat Hammond, director of standards Karen Sivia, director of field services Benita Jenkins, field and administrative services secretary
Several task forces composed of board members, departmental chiefs, and medical division directors have been formed over the years to establish both individualization and standardization of salaries.