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FAI

abbreviation for
1. (Aeronautics) Fédération aéronautique internationale
2. (Soccer) Football Association of Ireland
3. (Rugby) Football Association of Ireland
[(sense 1) French: International Aeronautical Federation]
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Federal employees of non-executive agencies (legislative and judicial branches) and DoD military and civilian employees will be allowed to attend FAI training on a space-available basis.
The meeting, which ended on a positive and united note given the controversies which have surrounded the FAI over recent months, confirmed that a "major international sponsor" had been secured by the FAI for such a competition.
Congress established FAI in 1976 to foster and promote governmentwide career management programs and to make the acquisition workforce more professional.
Congress established the FAI in 1976 to foster and promote the development of a professional acquisition workforce governmentwide.
That the meeting promises to be a pivotal one for the self government process in the province is highlighted by the fact that the long-awaited consultants report on the FAI process will finally be released.
The loan also included a caveat, however, stating that FAI would receive the first $185 million from any future sale of the hotel.
Founded in 1998 by concerned parents and grandparents, FAI has committed nearly $77 million toward the fulfillment of its mission.
For the past eight years the FAI furnished the PFAI's winter training camp for out of contract pros with kit, balls, cones and water - free of charge.
Players' union chief Stephen McGuinness says it's not his organisation's responsibility, but wants to work with the FAI.
Just over a year ago FAI opened Hangar 6 , its new 10 million FBO at the airport.
The issue came to a head at yesterday's meeting between the eircom League, club representatives and officials from the FAI.
Coulson, Jim, CRM, FAI Our Professional Responsibility October 1998/Vol.