Advisory Committee on Export Policy

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Advisory Committee on Export Policy

An interagency body of the U.S. federal government that hears and resolves disputes between cabinet departments on matters of international trade policy. The agencies represented on ACEP include the Arms Control & Disarmament Agency and the Departments of State, Energy, and Defense. The Department of Commerce presides over ACEP.
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In its letter to the Chief Minister, ACEP pointed out that it has some suggestions for the betterment of engineering community and asked for a meeting with the Association's delegation comprising the senior consulting engineers.
The new and streamlined ACEP provides easements to preserve wetlands, grassland, and farmland.
ACEP provides instruction to Soldiers in six primary areas related to performance enhancement: 1) mental skills foundations, 2) self-confidence, 3) goal-setting, 4) energy/emotion control, 5) attention control, and 6) imagery.
The ACEP staff, located at Fort Lewis, Washington, briefed the I Corps command group in November 2007.
Chest or upper abdominal pain or pressure is one of the 10 major warning signs you're experiencing a significant medical ``emergency'' and should head straight to a hospital, the ACEP says.
According to the ACEP, Hawaii has a shortage of hospital space and trained professionals.
The ACEP National Report Card on the State of Emergency Medicine was based on each state's support of key criteria: access to emergency care, quality/patient safety, public health/safety, and medical liability.
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS (ACEP) ACEP formed the Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Task Force to evaluate the status of bioterrorism training in the United States, identify barriers to training, and offer recommendations for effective education.
ACEP has more than 23,000 members nationwide, and is based in Dallas, Texas.
After ACEP learned that its successful chapters were the ones with the right staffing, the organization offered 13 of its non-staffed chapters a two-year administrative package to demonstrate the value of strong support, get chapters hooked on the concept, and coach them in building their own staff.
Armand and many others working on the ACEP project at the Institut de recherche d'Hydro-Quebec).
Finally, school districts could offer such training opportunities in the form of seminars and workshops, possibly using existing programs such as ACEP.