And what is a misdemeanor is the same thing," said Bill Carr, deputy under secretary of defense for military personnel policy.
What does MPP stand for?
MPP stands for Military Personnel Policy
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 322 other meanings of MPP in our Acronym Attic
- Mesh Path Protection (IEEE)
- Message Posting Protocol
- Message Processing Platform (RAE Internet)
- Message Processing Program
- Metropolitan Policy Program (formerly the Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy)
- Microsoft Partner Program (business solutions; Microsoft, Inc.)
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- Microsoft Project 2000 file extension (Microsoft Office)
- Microsoft Project Plan (computing)
- Military Pay Procedures Manual
- Mill Pond Press, Inc. (Florida)
- Minimum Payment Period
- Minimum Premium Plan (insurance)
- Ministerio del Poder Popular (Spanish: Ministry of the Popular Power); Venezuela)
- Ministry for Petroleum Production
- Minnesota Premier Publications (Minneapolis, MN)
- Minority Participation Program (various organizations)
- Mission Payload Package
- Mission Performance Plan
- Mission Planning Process
Samples in periodicals archive:
Even though military conflict has historically brought change to military personnel policy, the White House and the GOP-controlled Congress appear to be in no mood to address "don't ask, don't tell," especially during what could be a protracted war in Iraq.
is chairman of the subcommittee on total force, which is responsible for military personnel policy, reserve component integration and employment, military health care, military education, prisoner of war/missing in action (POW/MIA) issues, morale, welfare, recreation and quality of life programs.
Officials have requested "demonstration authority" to test changes in compensation, promotions, and retention in four limited categories of military officers--Army foreign area officers, Navy engineering officers, Navy aviation engineering duty officers, and Navy acquisition officers--explained Bill Carr, acting deputy under secretary of defense for military personnel policy.