Independent TD Stephen Donnelly and Sinn Fein's Pearse Doherty are demanding the public service directors do as their job describes.
What does PSD stand for?
PSD stands for Public Service Director
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 442 other meanings of PSD in our Acronym Attic
- Promotion Service Date
- Proposed Sourcing Decision (various locations)
- Propulsion Systems Division
- Protective Security Detail
- Protective Service Detail
- Protective Services Division
- Public Safety Department
- Public Safety Dispatcher (various locations)
- Public Security Directorate (Jordan)
- Public Service Delivery
- Public Service Division (Singapore)
- Pulse Shape Discriminator
- Pulse-Shaped Discrimination
- Punch Sport Drink (United States Naval Academy)
- Purchasing Support Directories
- Pyramid Systems Development (Cairo, Egypt)
- Social Democratic Party (Central African Republic)
- Pacific Southwest Distributors Association
- Palmetto Swing Dance Association (est. 2008; South Carolina)
- Paradise Street Development Area (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
At the award presentation were, from left, Cathy Schmidt, president, Citizens Bank, New Hampshire; Jonathan McPhee, music director, Nashua Symphony Association; Nashua Mayor Donnalee Lozeau; Eric Valliere, executive director of the Nashua Symphony Association; and Sherry Nannis, public service director, WMUR-TV.
by Chad Gamble, Public Service Director, City of Lansing, MI [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] About the author: Chad Gamble, P.
Last year, the task force assigned to the issue surveyed a wide range of media, including public affairs and public service directors, marketing departments and traditional editorial groups.
Edward Groth, technical policy and public service director at Consumers Union, which publishes Consumer Reports.
Chapters are subdivided into sections that address more specific aspects of the topic; in "Getting on the Air," for example, the sections discuss dealings with public service directors, working with newscasters, approaching the networks, satellite media tours and other matters.