During the meeting, the three committees of the Council were formed namely the Public Affairs Committee, the Legal Committee and the Health, Social and Environmental Committee, in addition to specifying members of the committees.
What does PAC stand for?
PAC stands for Public Affairs Committee
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- Provisional Acceptance Certificate (construction contracts)
- Proxy Automatic Configuration
- Prudential Assurance Company (UK)
- Pseudo-Associative Cache
- Public Access Catalog
- Public Access Center
- Public Accountants Council (Canada)
- Public Accounts Committee (UK)
- Public Advisory Committee
- Public Affairs and Communications (various organizations)
- Public Affairs Council (Washington, DC)
- Public Archives of Canada
- Public Art Commission (various locations)
- Public Assistance Coordinator (US FEMA)
- Pulmonary Artery Catheterization
- Puntland AIDS Commission (Somalia)
- Purdue Anime Club (Purdue University; Indiana)
- Political-Military Anchor Desk and COE Complex Humanitarian Emergency Support Test
- Pacific-10 Conference
- Patriot Advanced Capability - 2
Samples in periodicals archive:
President Obama gave a major speech on Iran policy to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and never addressed that issue.
Kenen in 1963, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee rose to prominence during the Carter administration in the mid-1970s.
It is purely and simply an act of incitement," she said in a speech to the annual conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the most prominent pro-Israeli lobby in Washington.
Members of the Senate Public Affairs Committee agreed to send the 816-page bill to the Senate Finance Committee.
LONDON, May 8 /PRNewswire/ -- - Lizards Maligned by McBride Comparison Lizards and reptiles (and their owners) throughout the UK are up in arms - after being compared to disgraced former government adviser Damian McBride by both Conservative and Labour MPs in yesterday's Public Affairs Committee meeting at the House of Commons.
The Public Affairs Committee is planning two sessions for the conference: a Global Forum and a Committee-Sponsored Special Session.
The surrogates were responding to John McCain's speech to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, a pro-Israel lobbying group that all three candidates are addressing this week.