Davis has experience in 11 Presidential disasters, and authored major preparedness reports and plans for the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning Go to 2040 Project, and the FEMA Regional Catastrophic Planning Program.
What does CMAP stand for?
CMAP stands for Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (Chicago, IL)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 49 other meanings of CMAP in our Acronym Attic
- Caudal Medial Accessory Olive
- Central Mine Action Office (est. 1994; UN)
- Consejo Mundial de Artes Y Oficios (Spanish: World Council of Arts and Crafts)
- Contract Management Assistance Officer (NASA)
- Country Music Association of Ontario (Canada)
- Court-Martial Appointing Order
- Central Maine Apartment Owners Association (Waterville, ME)
- Casualty and Mortuary Affairs Operation Center
- Cancer Molecular Analysis Project (US NIH)
- Character Map
- Climate Modeling, Analysis & Prediction (NSF)
- Coherent Multiarray Processing
- Combat Military Appreciation Process (Australian Army)
- Compound Muscle Action Potential (aka Compound Motor Action Potential; neurophysiology)
- Cover My Ass Partner
- Combat Martial Art Practitioners Association
- Centro Multidisciplinario de Atención Psicológica y Educativa (Spanish: Multidisciplinary Center of Psychological and Educational Care; Mexico)
- Communication Manager Application Program Interface (Avaya)
- Confidential Medical and Personal Statement (Public Sector Superannuation Scheme; Australia)
- Contract Maintenance Accounting and Production System
Samples in periodicals archive:
Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning head Randy Blankenhorn pointed to CREATE as a unique effort to think about freight movement as part of a system, identifying what belongs on a train and what belongs on a truck, to move goods more efficiently and ensure that the railroads are good neighbors.
In a joint application, the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning and the Illinois Tollway Authority sought $248 million in December 2007 from the federal government to implement a pilot program on the Northwest Tollway.