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What does NBIS stand for?
NBIS stands for National Biosurveillance Integration System
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 15 other meanings of NBIS in our Acronym Attic
- Needs-Based Implementation Plan (Arizona Department of Transportation)
- Neutron Beam Instruments Project (Australia)
- Non-Binding Investment Principle (est. 1994; Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation)
- National Black Independent Political Party (established 1980)
- NetBIOS over IPX
- Narrow-Band Interference Rejection
- National Breast Implant Registry (est. 1993)
- Net Benefit-Investment Ratio
- National Brain Injury Research Treatment and Training (foundation; North Carolina)
- Narrowband Interference Suppression
- National Bridge Inspection Standards
- NationsBuilders Insurance Services, Inc. (various locations)
- Negative Binomial Importance Sampling
- Network for Business Innovation & Sustainability (Kirkland, Washington)
- Network-Based Information Systems (conference)
- New Boston Independent School District (New Boston, TX)
- New Braunfels Independent School District (Texas)
- Nikolaus Betzler Information Technology
- Narrowband Interface Unit
- Narodne Banke Jugoslavije (Serbian: National Bank of Yugoslavia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Jenkins Jr Team: Government Accountability Office: Homeland Security and Justice Phone: (202) 512-8757 Recommendations for Executive Action ---------- Recommendation: In order to help NBIC ensure that it effectively applies practices to enhance and sustain collaboration, including the provision of data, personnel, and other resources, the Director of NBIC, in conjunction with the National Biosurveillance Integration System (NBIS) Interagency Oversight Council (NIOC), should finalize a strategy for more effectively collaborating with current and potential NBIS members, by (1) clearly defining NBIC's mission and purpose, along with the value of NBIS membership for each agency; (2) addressing challenges to sharing data and personnel, including clearly and properly defining roles.
Bradley Clark, Chief of Infrastructure Protection, Risk Management Division, National Biosurveillance Integration System for the Department of Homeland Security; Dr.