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BIA

abbr.
1. Bachelor of Industrial Administration
2. Bureau of Indian Affairs

BIA

Bureau of Indian Affairs.
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BAC chief operations officer Mohamed Thamir Al Kaabi stated : "The renewal of the Aerodrome Certificate highlights the company's focus on operating BIA in accordance with international aviation regulations.
Renewal of the certificate was granted following the assessment of BIA's aerodrome by the CAA and confirms the readiness and operational capability of BIA and ensures that the landing field is safe and suitable for take-off and landing of international aircraft.
BIA was the only representative of Bulgarian business at the Economic Forum.
BIA has also upgraded both its lounge and "Meet & Assist" services through introducing Marhaba Bahrain, an industry leader in the field with over 20 years of experience.
A high-speed rail link between Birmingham Airport and Heathrow would put BIA in an even stronger position.
directed GAO to study BIA's processing of land in trust applications to determine the extent to which (1) BIA followed its regulations, (2) applications were processed in a timely manner, and to (3) identify any concerns raised by state and local governments about land in trust applications.
This merger between the BIA and Business Council will result in stronger business advocacy for all businesses, large, medium and small," said Bill Carr, board chair and president of the New Hampshire Business Council.
Allen was formerly the national sales manager for BIA.
During the next several months, the DOI inspector general team visited 27 of the nation's 74 Indian jails, dissected hundreds of detention and budget records, and interviewed more than 150 BIA and tribal officials, as well as federal and local detention professionals throughout the country.
Gray Davis has said he opposes Indian casinos in urban areas, BIA and state rules allow all federally recognized Indian tribes to pursue casino projects.
Could twentieth-century BIA records have provided additional information on economic activities?
Indeed, since its birth as part of the War Department in 1824, the BIA has evolved from an ill-conceived and brutal weapon used to eradicate and subjugate native Americans to one of the most widely and consistently criticized units of the federal government.