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What does UDC stand for?

UDC stands for Utah Department of Corrections


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Mountain Time (0620 GMT) after being shot in the chest by a five-man firing squad at the Utah State Prison in Draper, a suburb of Salt Lake City, Steve Gehrke, a spokesman for the Utah Department of Corrections, told reporters.
An inmate is suing the Utah Department of Corrections for denying him his right to practice an ancient Nordic religion while behind bars.
CitiCapital has implemented existing energy retrofit financing programs with municipalities and not-for-profit organizations in CCI targeted cities, including the Regents of the University of California in San Francisco as well as more than 30 municipal buildings in the City of New Orleans, LA, the State of Utah Department of Corrections in Salt Lake City, and Austin Community College in Austin, Texas.
Lance Christensen, correctional specialist, Division of Institutional Operations, Central Utah Correctional Facility, Utah Department of Corrections; Tamara Lynne Hart, program director, Treatment and Resource Centers, Utah Department of Corrections; Lee Liston, deputy warden, programming, Utah Department of Corrections; Tawnya Nicholes, lieutenant, Timpanogos Prison, Utah Department of Corrections; UDC Employment Team, Offender Employment Program, Utah Department of Corrections; Darrick Worsley, correctional officer, Draper Prison, Utah Department of Corrections
An inmate is suing the Utah Department of Corrections for denying him his right to practice an ancient Nordic religion while behind bars.
1, 2013, the Utah Department of Corrections (UDC) implemented several policy changes allowing prison inmates to speak with visitors in languages other than English, the Salt Lake Tribune reported.