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NCSC

Abbreviation for:
National Care Standards Commission (transferred to Care Quality Commission, see there)
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Terrorism seekers have tried to dominate the country several times, but it managed to preserve stability on the financial and security levels," he added.
Maintenance cleaning in administrative and laboratory buildings of the security levels 1 & 2 (approx.
forces, pointing out the coming stage is full of challenges on both political and security levels.
We have no intention of compromising security levels nor do we anticipate changing our requirements in the next seven days.
The report also says that before February, deputies never knew the security levels of inmates for whom they were assigning housing because they were told only inmates' names, race, booking numbers and last housing.
Simple Remote Pro users have the ability to set up multiple user accounts, and to set up specific permissions for each system user or create security levels and assign a level to each user.
The US raised security levels last week amid fears of a new terror threat to aviation.
2] control algorithms, as well as current measurement, operating limits, and security levels.
The list contains a complete range of security levels and a broad spectrum of product types including personal digital assistants, secure radios, Internet browsers, virtual private network devices, PC postage equipment, cryptographic accelerators, secure tokens, and others.
Accommodations would be made for sensitive documents by assigning higher security levels to them.
A county jail inmate brought a [sections] 1983 action against a county alleging injuries suffered in an attack by fellow inmates were the result of the jail's practice of permitting inmates of different security levels to take recreation together.
Government and defense industry users will be able to use a single network at multiple security levels and compartments simultaneously.

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