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PFI

Abbreviation for:
portal flow index
private finance initiative, see there 
progression-free interval
pulsatile flow index
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Launched in 1992, the Private Finance Initiative has evolved to become a major source of funding for capital sector schemes across a wide range of government departments.
But the letter continues: "Payments to companies profiting from the Private Finance Initiative .
Rye Hill is a private finance initiative prison which opened in January 2001 and holds 660 adult male category B prisoners, including 150 vulnerable inmates in a purpose-built unit.
The Labour administration has embraced with fervour an invention of its Conservative predecessor, the Private Finance Initiative (PFI), under which most official work of both central and local government is handed to the private sector.
A call for a review of the Private Finance Initiative was backed by the party's Blackpool conference despite an impassioned speech by Chancellor Gordon Brown.
More than 300 cleaners and caterers are staging one-day strikes at the city's Royal Infirmary over pay and conditions under Sodexho, who won the contract through a Private Finance Initiative (PFI).
This project, which is the largest Defence Estates Private Finance Initiative (PFI) ever let by MoD, will provide British Army barracks in Aldershot and across the garrisons of Salisbury Plan in the UK.
3bn through the controversial private finance initiative (PFI) to council and social housing programmes.
The Private Finance Initiative (PFI) funding will enable the councils to upgrade their existing street lighting.
They fiddled the figures to help the telecoms giant avoid fines for not answering calls quickly enough as part of a pounds 3 billion-plus Private Finance Initiative (PFI) deal to operate the armed forces' telephone system.
The "urban and scenic" pictures have been ordered for a new pounds 34million Private Finance Initiative wing at Kingston Hospital in South West London, whose trust last year warned the jobs could go in pounds 7.
The plans are part of a private finance initiative to exceed recycling targets, as well as reducing land-filling of waste.

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