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ISP

abbreviation for INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER.
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At SISP, offenders may now request and receive a cleaning twice a year.
The above-presented issues lead us to definition of SISP as a continuous learning process, encompassing the IS/IT strategy formulation and implementation activities, in which various internal and external (environmental) stakeholders tightly cooperate to assure maximum utilization of IT to achieve sustainable economic success of the enterprise.
This paper reports a study into the relationship between the organizational context of the SISP project, the configuration of the SISP process and the success of the SISP.
Ignoring SISP effects may make PPACA seem to be better for uninsured people than it really will be, the economists contend.
And from the SISP group in Kerala, southern India, there's recycled paper jewellery made by youths, single mothers and widows.
Para a venda do leite, os produtores tem obrigatoriedade de apresentar um certificado reconhecido pela legislacao federal e nesse caso foi acionado o SISP (Servico de Inspecao do Estado de Sao Paulo), para certificacao junto ao laticinio que arrendam para o processamento.
We calculated the carrying capacity of the Skidaway Island State Park (SISP), a portion of Skidaway Island located near the coastal City of Savannah.
He also pointed that through the USAID-funded Sudan Infrastructure Services Project (SISP) through its implementation Partner, the US-based Louis Berger Group, has prepared for the establishment of this roads authority, constructed the South Sudan Roads Authority Office complex, trained hundreds of Ministry of Transport staff, trained 30 local maintenance contractors, provided technical assistance to develop policies and procedures, funded numerous workshops to promote policy awareness, and organised regional study tours for ministry staff to learn first-hand how efficient and effective transport institutions function.