Maintaining the Infrastructure The Facilities Engineering Division (DAL-1) takes a proactive, preventative maintenance approach to ensure that all DIA employees have a safe place to work wherever they are in the world.
What does FED stand for?
FED stands for Facilities Engineering Division
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 95 other meanings of FED in our Acronym Attic
- Fédération Européenne du Cheval de Trait pour la Promotion de Son Utilisation (French: European Federation of Horse Trait for the Promotion of Its Use; Luxembourg)
- Federal Employees Credit Union (Iowa)
- Ficha Estadistica Codificada Uniforme (Spanish: Uniform Codified Statistical Factsheet; Chile)
- First Educators Credit Union (Alabama and Texas)
- Fabrication Édition Communication Vidéotex (French: Manufacturing Videotex Communication Edition)
- Feline Enteric Coronavirus
- Forests with Exceptional Conservation Value
- Foundation Eye Care Worldwide
- Fundación Española para la Ciencia y la Tecnología (Spanish: Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology)
- Fachverband Elektronik Design (Professional Electronic Design Association)
- Faculty Expertise Database (various schools)
- Faculty of Education (various locations)
- Far East District (Corps of Engineers, US Army)
- Far End Device (3M)
- Federal Ecosystem Directorate
- Federal Reporter Digests (early US Federal court decisions)
- Federal Reserve (US central bank)
- Fédération Environnement Durable (French: Sustainable Environment Federation)
- Federation Execution Data
Samples in periodicals archive:
NOLSC Petroleum is divided into three divisions--Petroleum Systems Division, Facilities Engineering Division and Fuel Management Division--and an Operations Center.
The featured speaker for the Construction Industries awards luncheon was Bill Sims, senior vice president of Walk Disney Imagineering's architecture and facilities engineering division.