BRAC


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BRAC

Abbreviation for:
basic rest-activity cycle
breath alcohol content (Medspeak-UK)
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These numbers have caused lawmakers to approach the idea of a fresh round of closures with skepticism, but recent appeals by defense community coalitions to consider doing a BRAC have shifted attitudes in Congress, said Smith.
Syed Mahbubur Rahman, Managing Director & CEO, BRAC Bank Limited, said, "BRAC Bank, being one of the largest online network of banking services in Bangladesh, looks forward to welcoming JCB cardmembers.
Shaheen Iqbal, Head of Treasury & FI and Probashi Banking of BRAC Bank Limited said, “We are happy to join hands with UAE Exchange yet again for FLASHremit.
Founded 40 years ago, BRAC is the world's largest NGO with 120,000 volunteers in 10 countries.
The Army also synchronized BRAC with transformation.
While moving to Newport themselves as a result of BRAC, to coordinating the BRAC moves of our Navy Supply Corps School and the CS "A" School, CSS's professional team hasn't skipped a beat.
Bangladesh-based BRAC Bank has announced that it has launched an e-commerce platform along with Visa, Inc (NYSE: V).
The 2005 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) round is the fifth such round undertaken by DOD since 1988 and is the biggest, most complex, and costliest BRAC round ever.
He told Pajhwok Afghan News the mud-made schools took one year to complete and were financed by BRAC, a Bangladesh non-government organisation.
Four breakthroughs illustrate BRAC's work: an oral rehydration programme that reached 12 million Bangladeshi households, BRAC's provision of directly observed tuberculosis therapy which in 2005-06 treated 84,000 patients, the development of 74,000 female village health workers who offer primary care for common ailments, and an independent private BRAC University which by 2007 had 2,500 undergraduate and 560 graduate students.
The 2005 BRAC Commission report outlines what CASCOM and other agencies need to accomplish by September 2011: relocate the Ordnance Center and Schools from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, and Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, to Fort Lee; move the Transportation Center and School (minus certain specialized elements) from Fort Eustis, Virginia, to Fort Lee; consolidate the Quartermaster Center and School, already at Fort Lee, into the SCoE; and expand the Army Logistics Management College (ALMC) to become ALU.