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Central Processing System

A computer system on which FAFSA data is processed. The CPS uses algorithms to determine post-secondary students' eligibility for federal financial aid.
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Established in 1860, CPS Energy is the nation's largest public power, natural gas and electric company, providing safe, reliable, and competitively-priced service to 840,750 electric and 352,585 natural gas customers in San Antonio and portions of seven adjoining counties.
In the past the CPS has said it believes the company director would have been unable to stop the car ahead of the smash.
Dan said: "It is hard not to feel angry at what has hap-pened and difficult Linda not to feel that the CPS gave our family false hope.
'The development of the PCN strategic plan is in line with the commitments made by the government of Nigeria during the July 2017 FP2020 London Summit that CPs and PPMVs will be allowed to provide expanded quality PHC services,'' Akpotor said.
CPS Performance Materials produces specialty chemicals and pharmaceutical components, designs and manufactures unique related products, and manufactures components for use in pharmaceutical, medical, commercial, and military markets.
It was only 11 days later, on December 1, that the loss was discovered when the CPS employee who had requested the DVDs returned from annual leave.
Certainly, in some CPS offices, there are precautions in place designed to prevent the domestic despotism that has become the accepted image of the agency.
A CPS spokesperson said: "The complainant in this case has been provided with a detailed explanation of this decision in writing and her legal representative has also met CPS prosecutors to discuss the outcome."
At every point contrasting habitats were studied, and 18 CPs were studied in total.
"The CPS does not email witnesses in order to summons them to court.
CPS Telepharmacy says it processes 3 million medication events a year and intervenes on more than 200 medication orders a day, averaging 73,000 interventions a year.
Working globally to provide senior-level candidates in the technology and telecommunications sectors, the new division draws on Alexander's 17 years' experience in executive search, together with CPS Group's credentials as a UKleading recruitment agency.