In line with our vision to drive du into a leading position within the global telecommunication industry, and to adhere to the National Crisis and Emergency Management Authority and Telecom Regulatory Authority requirements in the UAE, we initiated our continuity assurance programme following an executive directive by our management," Kamal said.
What does ED stand for?
ED stands for Executive Directive
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- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 47 other meanings of ED in our Acronym Attic
- European Doctorate in the Social History of Europe and the Mediterranean
- Evaluation Directive (US DoD)
- Event Driven (simulation method)
- Every Day
- Evil Dead (game)
- Evolutionary Development
- Evolutionary Distinctiveness (scoring system used by Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered (EDGE))
- Ex Dividend
- Excise Duty
- Excused from Duty
Samples in periodicals archive:
Addressing participants, Dr Mumtaz Ahmad, executive directive IRD, said that Iqbals vision about an Islamic society was linked to basic teachings of our Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAW).
In 2006, Newsom issued an Executive Directive to increase biodiesel use in San Francisco.
The mayor's executive directive will tell all department heads to prohibit roadwork on major streets from 6 a.
When an executive directive is given it should be complied with," said Fiji member Dr Samshud din Sahu Khan.
My view is that when an executive directive is given it should be complied with.
While some counties are operating without a strategic plan, 91 percent have assigned the responsibility of overseeing Y2K compliance to a project leader," NACo Executive Directive Larry Naake Said.
Some observers feel the executive directive to devote more time and money on food safety research and inspection at FDA is at a cost of other equally important policies at CFSAN.