Government Directives In December 2005, to assist countries in progressing toward the development of peaceful societies, democratic institutions, and market economies, the President of the United States issued National Security Presidential Directive (NSPD) 44, which outlines management of interagency efforts concerning reconstruction and stabilization.
What does NSPD stand for?
NSPD stands for National Security Presidential Directive
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We have 13 other meanings of NSPD in our Acronym Attic
- National Surveillance Programme for Communicable Diseases (India)
- Nonsymmetric Preconditioned Conjugate Gradient
- National School Psychology Certification System
- N-Variable Statistical Process Control Tool (aerospace systems)
- Next Subcache Predictor in Cache Tags
- North Sheffield Primary Care Trust (Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, UK)
- North Staffordshire Primary Care Trust (UK)
- North Stoke Primary Care Trust (UK)
- Nachde Sher Punjab De (dance group)
- National Security Policy Directive
- National State Policy Database (special education regulations)
- Naval Shore Patrol Detachment (US Navy)
- Network Strategic Planning and Development
- Network Systems Planning and Development (Sprint)
- North Sea Port District (Belgium & the Netherlands)
- Northeastern School of Photography & Design (Assam, India)
- National Surveys of Prescription Drug Information Provided to Patients
- Nuclear Safety Professional Development Program (US Nuclear Regulatory Commission)
- National Society of Professional Engineers
- National Standards for Physical Education (National Association for Sport and Physical Education)
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This interagency training will enhance the Secretary's ability to implement National Security Presidential Directive 44.
Bush returned to the original dual purpose and renamed these instruments National Security Presidential Directives in NSPD 1 (February 13, 2001).