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FCA

Abbreviation for U.S. False Claims Act.

FCA

Freund's complete adjuvant.
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Farm Credit Administration to review the state of agricultural lending in Armenia and make recommendations," Johnston explains.
While the exit is targeted for the first quarter of 2005, it is subject to meeting certain conditions, including the approval of the Farm Credit Administration and FCS of America's member/shareholders.
The Farm Credit Administration (FCA), FCSA's federal regulator, has received a resolution from the FCSA board that it plans to submit a formal request to terminate its status as a Farm Credit System lending institution, and to then merge into a subsidiary of Rabobank.
FCS of America commenced the regulatory process for terminating its status as a System institution by submitting to the Farm Credit Administration, the System's regulator, its board of directors' resolution to terminate its System status and then merge the association into a subsidiary of Rabobank.
For six years in the 1930s, it was even housed in the Farm Credit Administration before returning to USDA.
ICF customers include the National Transportation Safety Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the United States Consumer Products Safety Commission and the Farm Credit Administration.
Nancy Pellett, chairman and CEO of the Farm Credit Administration (FCA), which regulates the FCS, testified at a Congressional hearing Sept.
Offering a positive solution to provide more funding choices for rural America, a spokesman for the Independent Community Bankers of America today asked Congress to insist the Farm Credit Administration (FCA) correct problems with the decades-old OFI program instead of proceeding with controversial nationwide lending charters.
The Independent Community Bankers of America today applauded the Farm Credit Administration Board's decision to withdraw its National Charter proposal as requested by ICBA and the Treasury Department.

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