Contract notice: Editorial creation and execution of internal and external publications group header.
What does EP stand for?
EP stands for External Publication
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of EP
We have 85 other meanings of EP in our Acronym Attic
- Experience Points (gaming)
- Experimental Product
- Exploration Permit
- Exploration Plan
- Explorer Platform
- Explosion Proof
- Explosive Package
- Extended Plan
- Extended Play (record)
- Extended Protocol
- Externally Powered
- Externship Prep
- Extra Player (extra batter in slow pitch softball)
- Extraction Procedure (toxicity)
- Extramural Programs (National Library of Medicine bureau)
- Extreme Power (retreat for churches in MN)
- Extreme Pressure
- Eye Piece (optics, astronomy)
- Predictive Orbital Element
- Training Effectiveness Evaluation Plan
Samples in periodicals archive:
The thesis overview preceding the reproduced external publications provides a concise structured summary of the research presented in the included eight articles and thus helps the reader to form a complete and consistent picture of Lippus's work, its frame of reference and its implications.
The external publications of ICDDR, B scientists are not accessible due to copyright act of the journals.
Director General, External Publication, Ghulam Hazoor Bajwa said like other parts of the world Pakistani journalists were not enjoying enough facilities to meet international standards.
The inclusion of the Iberia corporate logo on the foundation's website, internal and external publications and at public events reflects the cooperation of the two organisations.
My role will involve a variety of functions, including collating information for the association's submissions to regulatory bodies, like the Tenant Services Authority, and preparing performance reports for internal and external publication.
In August 2008 Sarah moved to the Business School and her new role sees her communicating frequently with alumni members from across the globe, organising member-only events and undertaking internal and external publications.
Since last November, Carlos Carbonell, a Spanish journalist from Barcelona, has worked with Denbighshire County Council's Press Office, dealing with press releases and drafting articles for internal and external publications.