The first stage of the project involves the creation of the National Policy Council on State Cybersecurity, which will comprise about 25 individuals from private industry and federal agencies and include participation from the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security.
What does NPC stand for?
NPC stands for National Policy Council (AARP)
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We have 403 other meanings of NPC in our Acronym Attic
- National Philatelic Centre (Canada Post Corporation)
- National Physique Committee
- National Pipe Company (Saudi Arabia)
- National Planning Commission (Nepal)
- National Plasterer’s Council
- National Playwrights Conference (est. 1965)
- National Point Code
- National Police Certificate (Australia)
- National Policy Committee (ANSI)
- National Policy Conference (various organizations)
- National Polytechnic College (California)
- National Population Census (various nations)
- National Postgraduate Committee (UK)
- National Potato Council
- National Poverty Center (University of Michigan)
- National Power Company (various nations)
- National Power Corporation (Philippines)
- National Prescribing Centre (UK)
- National Presidential Caucus
- National Press Club
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My principle role as president-elect will be to chair the all-volunteer AARP National Policy Council, Which represents diverse cross-Section of our members WhO have public policy experience.
Allawi also demanded the government implement an accord reached last year before the coalition government was formed that would have given him leadership of a new national policy council.
The Canadian Community Economic Development Network is calling for a comprehensive overhaul of contracting procedures at Human Resources and Skills Development Canada "Things have to change," asserts David LePage, Chair of the Network's National Policy Council.
Consequently, with the creation of APHSA's Organizational Effectiveness Unit (leadership and management), affiliate structure (program and technical knowledge), and the revitalized national policy council (policy and politics), APHSA's structure and capacity are aligned within this framework.
In an effort to crystallize a message to the next administration about the state of the nation's safety net for millions of Americans, members of the APHSA Board of Directors and National Policy Council began a two-year effort to identify and reach consensus regarding key challenges and potential solutions to some of our nation's most pressing human service issues today.