Radcliffe served as senior vice president for business development at Management Systems International (MSI), where he oversaw organization-wide strategic development initiatives.
What does MSI stand for?
MSI stands for Management Systems International (Washington, DC)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 470 other meanings of MSI in our Acronym Attic
- Maintenance Staff Instruction
- Maintenance Standard Instructions
- Major Service Interruption
- Makiling School, Inc (Laguna, Philippines)
- Man-System Interface
- Management Science Institute
- Management Services Inc
- Management Simulations, Inc.
- Management Software, Inc. (various locations)
- Management Support Item
- Manpower Standard Implementation (US DoD)
- Manufacturer Specific Information
- Manufacturers Sales Incentive (automobile sales)
- Manufacturing Support Item
- Manufacturing Systems, Inc. (various locations)
- Marie Stopes International (London, UK)
- Marine Systems Inc. (Kirby Corporation)
- Marine Systems International (New Brunswick, Canada)
- Maritime Safety Information
- Market Statistics, Inc.
Samples in periodicals archive:
Spector is the Senior Technical Director at Management Systems International, an international development consulting firm, and president of the Center for Negotiation Analysis, a conflict resolution research organization.
One indicator of US attitudes toward supporting elections Sudan is a July 2008 report presented to USAID by a contracted company called Management Systems International (MSI).
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The League was hired by Management Systems International (MSI), a worldwide consulting firm contracted to USAID.
GLOBAL DEMOCRACY The League worked with Management Systems International to carry out preparation activities for the May 2004 elections in Malawi.
Brunetti was president and chief executive officer of Management Systems International, a Florida management consulting firm that he founded in 1991.
Xerox's imaging and repository operations were evaluated by the Information Security Management Systems International User Group.
Brunetti, 51, was president and chief executive officer of Management Systems International Inc.