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Consumer Advisory Council (CAC)

A statutory body established by Congress in 1976. The Council, with 30 members who represent a broad range of consumer and creditor interests, advises the Federal Reserve Board on the exercise of its responsibilities under the Consumer Credit Protection Act and on other matters on which the Board seeks its advice.

Consumer Advisory Council

An organization that advises the Federal Reserve on issues affecting consumers, especially the availability of credit. The Council consists of 30 representatives and meets in Washington, D.C. It is one of three Federal Reserve advisory committees; the others are the Thrift Institutions Advisory Council and the Federal Advisory Council.
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When the researchers looked at the odds ratio, this showed that people living in city centres were 80 percent more likely to develop CAC than those living in urban or rural areas.
At baseline, he had a 10-year risk of CVD events (12%) putting him at intermediate risk, but after a year with no intervention and the expected increase in CAC score, his risk more than doubled (25%), now putting him at high risk.
The CAC improvements to comply with the FIPS-201 standard are helping to raise the confidence level within the CAC infrastructure.
The CAC program seeks to bring the highest levels of security and uniformity to the process by which Department of Defense workers are granted access to DoD's systems and facilities," said Bob Marino, vice president of Telos.
Bruce Cran, a member of the CAC's national board of directors from the province of British Columbia, says CAC affiliates like the BC Consumers' Association oppose voluntary labeling schemes.
Wiggins knows the CAC can't stop buildings from coming down, but it has successfully pressured the CHA to listen to resident concerns.
We really tried to perfect the CAC-issuing process here," said Darryl Allen, an information assurance specialist with NAVAIR and NAVAIR's CAC Implementation Team lead.
Ken Gross, a former head of enforcement for the Federal Elections Commission, says the fine against CAC "seems totally out of bounds.
The investigation concerns whether the CAC directors are breaching their fiduciary duties by agreeing to an unfair transaction where the majority shareholders of both CAC and CEC are benefiting by standing on both sides of the transaction.
The CAC 40 is now available to all traders as a Contract for Difference, along with other tradable products such as currencies, gold, and oil.
The relationship between phosphorus levels and CAC remained significant even after adjustment for other factors.
You're on a statin, your LDL is pretty good, but your CAC is increasing--maybe we should do something more," Dr.