Fellow for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, Center for National Policy will speak at the Knowledge Congress' webcast entitled: “Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Financing in Banking and Finance.
What does CNP stand for?
CNP stands for Center for National Policy (USA)
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- Canadian Niagara Power
- Candidate Nomination Proposal
- Cannot Process
- Canyonlands National Park
- Carbon Nanoparticle (lymph node tracer)
- Card-Not-Present (internet credit card transactions)
- Cardholder Not Present (credit card transaction)
- Care Nurse Practitioner
- Cascadian National Party
- Cellular Networking Perspectives
- Center for Non-Profits (various locations)
- Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy
- CenterPoint Energy (Houston, TX)
- Centre National de Préhistoire (French: National Prehistory Center; est. 1978)
- Centro Nacional de Productividad (Colombia)
- Centro Properties Group (Australia)
- Certified Network Professional
- Certified Nonprofit Professional (credential)
- Certified Notary Public
- Certified Nurse Practitioner
Samples in periodicals archive:
He has a doctorate in government from Notre Dame, and after leaving Congress, served as president of the Center for National Policy, a Washington think tank.
I think Iran has a hedgehog strategy: mess with me and you'll get stuck", said Thomas Fingar, the deputy director of national intelligence for analysis and head of the National Intelligence Council, during remarks at the Center for National Policy, in Washington.
This article is excerpted from a major speech delivered on January 22, 2002 to the Center for National Policy in Washington, DC.
In the six-county area's 12 districts, the federal government spent more than $30 billion in 1999, according to "What Government Does," released in October by the Center for National Policy, a Washington D.
Health care benefits are eroding in the manufacturing and service sectors, according to a report from the Center for National Policy, a nonprofit, public policy group.
He is also director of the Center for National Policy.