ALCOA

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ALCOA

An acronym for “Attributable, Legible, Contemporaneous, Original, Accurate,” the “dimensions of data quality” that the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) requires for a “source” document (e.g., case history, lab reports, observations and other data pertinent to the investigation) on each individual given an investigational drug or employed as a control.
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The Aluminum Company of America (later Alcoa) grew out of the Pittsburgh Reduction Co.
Active in Suriname since 1916, SURALCO, a subsidiary of the Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA), has had a long-standing working relationship with the Australian-owned BHP Billiton.
Nicol of the Aluminum Company of America to serve as chair of a working group to develop the Institute's response to Notice 96-10.
Heckathorn is manager of qualified plans at the Aluminum Company of America in Pittsburgh.
The Aluminum Company of America, which has a facility in Bauxite, has purchased about 20 percent of the plant's capacity in order to neutralize its own spent potliner.
Previously, he was President of the Aerospace and Commercial Division of the Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa).
These companies were: 3M Company, Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA), American Can Company, Florida Power Corporation, Ford Motor Company, General Electric Company, IBM Corporation, ITT Corporation, Marine Midland Bank, PepsiCo, Security Pacific National Bank, Southern California Edison, and Southern New England Telephone Company.
Fetterolf served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Aluminum Company of America, Inc.
at its Pine Bluff works; Weyerhaeuser, Dierks; Ocean Spray, for unloading cranberries, and the Aluminum Company of America and Reynolds Metals.
It will feature a series of six photographs of manufacturing scenes she captured in 1930 inside Alcoa, then known as the Aluminum Company of America.
Berowski of the Aluminum Company of America, James A.
He has also worked for Aluminum Company of America, Sun Microsystems, and APRANET (Office of Naval Research).