TPSC


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TPSC

1. Trade Policy Staff Committee. A standing committee of 19 federal agencies in the United States that coordinates policy on matters of international trade. It is chaired by the United States trade representative.

2. Tennessee Public Service Commission. A former agency in the state of Tennessee responsible for regulating utility companies and the railroad and trucking industries. It consisted of three members, one elected from each of Tennessee's regions. It existed from 1897 to 1996.
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The Order and Guidelines say almost nothing about the interagency process, implying that TPSC will fully consider environmental issues raised by the review.
This would provide useful data that could be considered as TPSC deems appropriate.
142) TPSC examines the likely impacts of the agreement(143); if they are not serious, it checks off the environmental box and moves ahead.
USTR is told to facilitate the review process through early consultations with interested agencies, advisory committees, and the public, and agencies are told to bring important environmental issues to the attention of TPSC.
Integrating the review into the TPSC process will make it difficult for agencies to be reactive, forcing them to regard the negotiations as a whole rather than breaking off discrete issues.
The Trade Representative, through the TPSC, shall determine whether an environmental review of an agreement or category of agreements is warranted based on such factors as the significance of reasonably foreseeable environmental impacts,
5 million for the first nine months of 2009 from $404,000 for the first nine months in 2008 primarily due to the inclusion of TPSC.
8 million, including TPSC administrative expenses of $1.
Such forward-looking statements, including, but not limited to, enhanced operations and financial strength from the addition of TPSC, benefiting from a strong balance sheet, significant capital reserves, a stable investment portfolio, as well as managing and investing in medical management programs that benefit members and the company, are within the meaning of that term in Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Act of 1934, as amended.
Investments were sold near year-end to culminate the cash purchase of TPSC, as well as to recognize losses and remove those investments that appeared to be other than temporarily impaired.
We are very pleased to join the Clear Choice family," said TPSC president, Robert Ewan, Ph.
Clear Choice provides an ideal complement to our organization," added Peter Hamilton, executive vice president of TPSC.