The meeting also discussed recommendations for improving the work of IPA submitted by the Advisory Group of the Institute of Public Administration in Saudi Arabia and the Advisory Group of the National School of Administration in France, in-charge of preparing the Institute evaluation process.
What does NSA stand for?
NSA stands for National School of Administration (China)
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- Nabelschnurarterie (German: Umbilical Cord Artery)
- Naczelny Sad Administracyjny (Polish: Supreme Administrative Court)
- Nantucket Shellfish Association (Nantucket, MA)
- Naperville Soccer Association
- Narrow Slot Aperture
- Narrow-Slot Approximation
- Nashville School of the Arts (Tennessee)
- National Safety Associates
- National Safety Association
- National Scout Association
- National Scrabble Association
- National Scrapbooking Association
- National Security Act
- National Security Advisor
- National Security Affairs
- National Security Agency (US government)
- National Security Agents (gaming clan)
- National Security Anarchists (hacker group)
- National Security Archive
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The second MoU was signed between the Institute of Public Administration and the Moroccan National School of Administration.
He was also educated in the top elite "Science Po" and National School of Administration (ENA), which are stepping stones to holding senior positions and government office.
The National School of Administration of China would enhance exchanges and cooperation with counterpart institutes in a bid to learn from each other and share experiences, said Ma, also president of the Chinese school.
Party newspaper People's Daily, in a report quoting an expert from the National School of Administration, said issues on the agenda will include how to achieve ''inner-party democracy,'' which refers to more open and rule-based decision making under one-party rule, the ''restraint and supervision of power,'' and party cadres' election.
of Washington, US), Meininger (Ecole Nationale d'Administration, France), and Chen (China National School of Administration, China) were originally presented at the 2000 Annual Conference of the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration, held in Beijing China.