What does TF stand for?
TF stands for Task Force
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On behalf of Tax Executives Institute, II am pleased to provide comments on IRS Chief Counsel Notice CC-2006-013 on Incorporating Into Procedures Recommendations of Case Specific Advice Task Force, With Task Force Report.
The Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command's task force concept is proving invaluable to effectively transport cargo and equipment of large Army Divisions who are more focused on last-minute training to deploy and fight the war on terror.
In an effort to prepare producers for these changes, the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) Future Structure of Agriculture Task Force prepared a comprehensive report, entitled "Taking Ownership of Grain Belt Agriculture," that offers recommendations for moving growers further into the value chain.
Dissenting minorities who strongly disagree with church decisions on the blessing of same-gender relationships should be provided with an alternate bishop, at least temporarily, says a task force appointed by the Canadian house of bishops.
In response to the congressional inquiries, the tax executive committee formed a task force to see whether the AICPA needed to address any real or perceived improper behavior by CPAs with regard to tax shelters and whether the eight statements on standards for tax services (SSTSs) adequately addressed abuses.
In response to the increased threat of bioterrorism, a task force on health security was established in the European Commission.
IN NOVEMBER 2001, the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) announced the formation of a Task Force on Special Collections charged with developing an action plan to address a set of issues deemed significant by the ARL Board and membership.
But unsettling because both the praise and the laments offered by the members of the Koret Task Force seem strangely disconnected from (or at downright variance with) the national concerns that first gave rise to Risk, as well as from its intent and sometimes its actual words.