Hence, a well-organised and proficient network of National Contact Points for the Euratom programme is essential to improve this coordination.
What does NCP stand for?
NCP stands for National Contact Point (OECD)
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We have 279 other meanings of NCP in our Acronym Attic
- National Centre for Pharmacovigilance (also seen as NCPV; Ghana)
- National Check Professional (financial services certification)
- National Climate Program
- National Collections Program (Smithsonian Institution)
- National Commission on Population (India and Nepal)
- National Competition Policy (Australia)
- National Congress Party (Sudan; India)
- National Conscience Party (Namibia)
- National Conservative Party
- National Consumer Panel (survey company)
- National Contingency Plan
- National Convention Party (Ghana)
- National Council of Provinces (South Africa)
- National Council of Psychotherapists (UK)
- National Council on Privatization (Nigeria)
- National Crime Prevention Programme (Australia)
- National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan
- Nationalist Congress Party (political party in India)
- Nationally Certified Psychologist
- Natural Cane Products
Samples in periodicals archive:
Corporate Update: OECD Vindicates Excellon Excellon is also pleased to announce that the National Contact Point in Mexico (the "Mexican NCP") of the Organization for Economic Coordination and Development (the "OECD") recently published its decision in respect of certain claims made against Excellon by the non-governmental organization ProDESC on behalf of the Ejido La Sierrita, the Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores Mineros Metalurgicos, Siderurgicos y Similares de la Republica Mexicana(an affiliate of the United Steelworkers) and other related groups.
Member states must also appoint national contact points to manage, monitor and report on the implementation of their Roma integration strategy.
Serena Joseph-Harris, Director of the Strategic Services Agency and National Contact Point for Trinidad and Tobago, provided a compelling elucidation of the role and significance of the NPC.
e-Skills Week National Contact Points Austria ENIS, http://www.
The case was handed to the National Contact Point, a Canadian foreign affairs department committee that probes complaints from communities harmed by Canadian industries operating abroad.
Extra features scheduled for the next few weeks include regional support services, national contact points for programmes and a "jargon buster" to assist those new to working in the arena of European project opportunities.
The UK National Contact Point, which implements the OECD guidelines, said: 'DAS Air did not try to establish the source of the minerals it was transporting .