agencies (with the exception of the Peace Corps) moved to the new embassy compound (NEC).
What does NEC stand for?
NEC stands for New Embassy Compound
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We have 367 other meanings of NEC in our Acronym Attic
- Nederlands Elektrotechnisch Comite
- Nephrology Channel (website)
- Net Electric Charge
- Network Enabled Capability
- Network Enterprise Center (US Army)
- Network Enterprise Command
- Network Equipment Controller
- Network Event Collector
- Neuro Emotional Complexes
- Neuroendocrine Convertase
- New Energy Capital (Hanover, NH)
- New Energy Congress
- New Engineering Contract (Institution of Civil Engineers; UK)
- New England College (Henniker, NH)
- New England Conservatory of Music (since 1867; in Boston, Massachusetts)
- New England Council
- New Europe College (Romania)
- New to Exporting Companies (Canada)
- Niagara Escarpment Commission (Canada)
- Nijmeegse Eendrachts Combinatie
Samples in periodicals archive:
He said according to CDA sources, the US State Department had begun construction of building of new Embassy Compound in Islamabad.
15, allowing him to conclude several projects, including the opening of a new embassy compound this summer.
1 million dollar contract to build a new embassy compound in Belgrade, Serbia," the US embassy here said in a statement.
The supplemental funds will also cover the extraordinary security and support costs of operating our current embassy in Baghdad, and the construction of a secure new embassy compound for our mission, as well as $60 million for the security and operations of our embassy in Kabul.
Tamba also defended the Japanese embassy's plan to build a swimming pool at the new embassy compound in Moscow, saying water in the pool is designed can be used in emergencies.
Ukrainian diplomatic relations in dramatic fashion by moving into a new embassy compound almost 20 years to the day after the first embassy was opened by a handful of American and Ukrainian staff, Jan.
GAO-09-48 January 16, 2009 To provide safe and secure workplaces for overseas posts, the Department of State (State) has built 64 new embassy compounds (NEC) and other facilities since 1999, has 31 ongoing projects, and plans to build at least 90 more.