The Gulf Co-operation Council Accounting and Auditing Organisation (GCCO) and ICAEW today signed a landmark agreement to develop an Audit Quality Monitoring Program for the GCC countries.
What does QMP stand for?
QMP stands for Quality Monitoring Program (USDA)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 32 other meanings of QMP in our Acronym Attic
- Quality Management Practices
- Quality Management Procedure
- Quality Management Professionals (various locations)
- Quality Management Program (Canada)
- Quality Manufacturing Process
- Quality Marketing Process
- Quality Maturation Plan
- Quality Meat Product (Nepal)
- Quality Medical Professionals
- Quality Medical Publishing
- Quality Motorcycle Products
- Quality Standard for Mail Production
- Quantitative Methodology Program
- Quantum Mach Principle
- Quantum Measurement Problem
- Quarter Mile Performance (various locations)
- Quartz Monzonite Porphyry
- Quebec Metal Powders Limited (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
- Queen Mandibular Pheromone
- Queen's Model Parliament
Samples in periodicals archive:
5, PM 10 and nitrogen dioxide based on the EPA's regional air quality monitoring program were associated with an increased risk of autism.
They argue that as soon as they revamp their quality monitoring programs to address changes to the set, the MDS changes yet again.
The group sought to monitor and measure real-time nutrient reductions at farmlands in partnership with ongoing state and federal water quality monitoring programs.
Jodie Monger, invented post-call surveying with the award-winning External Quality Monitoring Program (EQM(TM)) and its proprietary Survey Calibration Process that transcribes customer comments and uses them for analysis and dispositioning data as needed.
95 Hardcover TD367 This reference is intended to provide guidance for those planning, conducting, or evaluating water quality monitoring programs.
In addition to the provision of drinking water, the project has developed a water quality monitoring program for the water provided by the municipal networks and the tankered one provided by private vendors.
The book is aimed at researchers and graduate students working in environmental science, microbiology, engineering, and biological sciences, and those concerned with water quality monitoring programs.