NIHE


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NIHE

(in Ireland) abbreviation for
(Education) National Institute for Higher Education
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The NIHE is a Non-Departmental Public Body, established by the Housing Executive Act (Northern Ireland) 1971.
Previously known as the Household Electrification Development Program, the NIHE serves as the policy and program framework for electrification initiatives of the government.
to be because of " The NIHE this week said they were reviewing the circumstances of the case and would contact the family.
Funding Officer Roisin Hamilton explains how access to GRANTfinder via NIHE has supported SCNI and its beneficiaries with maximum effect:
MD Tim Williams said: "Traditionally we have supplied local authorities and housing associations with IT solutions, but the NIHE and Orbit contracts demonstrate we are more than capable of offering the best solutions to the largest organisations."
BT will supply, implement and support a new IT infrastructure, which is part of the NIHE's modernisation of services scheme.
An NIHE spokesman said: "We have not entered into any agreement with community representatives in Kilcooley to rehouse sex offenders in the estate."
under CIARAN BELFAST Prosecutor Ciaran Murphy said Pierce, of Harmin Park, Newtownabbey, Co Antrim, was arrested on July 28, 2014, at the NIHE offices in Belfast's Great Victoria Street for an "unrelated matter".
Newcastle-based Orchard Information Systems has signed a 10-year deal with BT to provide IT solutions and services for the Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE) in a move which the Tyneside company hopes will help pave the way to boosting its workforce by 10%.
Barry Gilligan, a director of Big Picture Developments Limited and former Policing Board member, told auditors no improper contacts were made by him with any NIHE official, including Mr McCaughley.
How can the NIHE have recorded less than five African families intimidated when we have supported seven?