fiar


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fiar

(ˈfiːə)
n
(Law) dialect Scot the owner of a property
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Now that is what FIAR, the comptroller shop, and the commands do, and they are accounting for where every dollar is going.
Considering that DOD has 3 million employees, FIAR is a very important role for the Department's accountants, budget and financial analysts, and disbursing, certifying, and accountable officials.
It will use the DoD FIAR guidance and lessons learned from other Services who are working toward audit readiness.
As this year's largest European insurance and reinsurance event, FIAR 2006 will offer unique networking opportunities and forums to discuss the coming year's outlook.
In the battle to provide NATO with its future Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) capability, EADS Deutschland subsidiary Dornier, France's Thales, Italy's FIAR, Spain's Indra, and Holland's Fokker Space have formed the SOSTAR (Stand-Off Surveillance and Target Acquistion Radar) GmbH joint venture to develop the SOSTAR-X moving-target-indicator/synthetic-aperture-radar technology demonstrator.
Tom Murphy presents his famous Route 66 FIAR briefing for European PDI members.
Efforts include updated readiness-based sparing model and instruction, policy and processes for the next generation of RSupply (called Naval Operational Supply System), improved planning within Navy ERP, updated allowance process and documentation, improved data integrity, single national inventory, supply support for Navy Nuclear Deterrence Mission, improved repair processes and metrics, and inclusion of FIAR in everyday processes.
Providing local currency funding to FIAR will help to reduce currency mismatch thereby lowering foreign exchange risk for FIAR''s borrowers.
Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness is the other FIAR, but it can still burn you.
Then onto the "The Case for Reasonable Estimates of GPP&E Post-Clean Opinion "-Coast Guard efforts to report real property onto their statement, "Current Issues in DoD Financial Operations Looking Beyond the FIAR," and the Combatant Command Resourcing Challenges and Successes in a Complex and Changing Environment.
It will enable continuous business process re-engineering, compliance with statutory, regulatory, and policy mandates and integrate FIAR requirements.