National Association of State Departments of Agriculture

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National Association of State Departments of Agriculture

Also called NADSA. An organization in the United States consisting of the agricultural departments or the equivalent in each state. NASDA exists to discuss issues of common interest and to promote agricultural policy to the federal government. It was established in 1915.
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The firm's NASDA associate membership backs up my thoughts on the way in which Damien and his team carry out their work.
received an order from NASDA to develop a satellite for ultra high-speed Internet access to be launched in 2005, according to the companies.
NASDA is a nonpartisan, nonprofit association which represents the elected and appointed commissioners, secretaries, and directors of the departments of agriculture in all fifty states and four U.
The important part of the lawyers group of NASDA is that it is the only UK forum where specialist dental lawyers get to exchange information and experience," he said.
The rocket has fulfilled its role nearly perfectly,'' NASDA President Shuichiro Yamanouchi told a news conference.
NASDA and National Aeronautical Laboratory engineers added some modifications to the vehicle to reduce the bumpy effects.
An employee of a major satellite maker illegally accessed a National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA) computer system and spied on classified data about a rival company's super-high-speed Internet satellite scheduled for launch in 2005, NASDA officials said Thursday.
The rocket launch itself was deemed a ''major success'' by NASDA President Shuichiro Yamanouchi after the liftoff.
NASDA is a partner in the development of Space Station Freedom, and its contractors are designing both free-floating and attachable modules for research and commercial applications.
For the production of the ST-2, Mitsubishi Electric has proposed to use its original DS2000 satellite bus platform, which was developed based on the Engineering Test Satellite-8 (ETS-8) made for NASDA.
NAL and NASDA officials said the test flights are expected to last about 10 minutes.