MCN also has the responsibility of international Accounting Authority (CN03).
What does AA stand for?
AA stands for Accounting Authority (INMARSAT)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of AA
We have 149 other meanings of AA in our Acronym Attic
- Académie d'Alsace
- Académie d'Architecture (French: Academy of Architecture)
- Academy Award(s)
- Academy of Aphasia
- Acadia Axemen (Acadia Junior High School)
- Accelerated Academics
- Access Authorization
- Account Administrator
- Accountable Activity (US DoD)
- Accountable Area
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Skills Development Amendment Act, 2012, will further provide for the composition of an Accounting Authority for each SETA, regulate the eligibility to become a member of an Accounting Authority and provide for the development of a constitution for every SETA.
In this connection, OCCI and the AGCC Auditing and Accounting Authority signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for cooperation in implementing the 6th forum for the AGCC accounting and auditing offices and companies and exchange of expertise.
Another establishes a 12-month waiting period before auditors can accept a position of significant accounting authority with a publicly traded client they audited within the previous year.
With local contracting and accounting authority," explains President Andrew Dimitriou, "we have the ability to act faster and the flexibility to go out off a limb for our clients.
This move is extremely important for both Marlink and our customers in the region as we will be adding increased technical expertise in the Dubai office to compliment our equipment sales and support and our long-standing traffic accounting authority services," said S[?
As of June 29 2001, the US accounting authority "Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB)" decided that under US GAAP goodwill will no longer be amortised.
The court said the rule had no legal or accounting authority to justify its use for computing long-term loans.