Certified Payroll Professional.
Canada Pension Plan. The federal pension plan administered by Human Resources Development Canada. It applies in all provinces and territories of Canada except Quebec.
abb. the title "Certified Protection Professional" as awarded by ASIS
Canada Pension Plan. The Canada Pension Plan is a "contributory" plan. This means that all costs are covered by the finanical contributions paid into the Plan by employees, their employers and self-employed people, and from interest earned on the investment of that money. The Canada Pension Plan is not funded through general tax revenues. The Canada Pension Plan pays a monthly retirement pension to people who have worked and contributed to the CPP. The CPP also acts as an insurance plan, providing disability and survivor benefits for those who qualify. It provides a monthly income to you and your dependent children if you become severely disabled during your working years. It also provides a monthly income to your surviving spouse or common-law partner and dependent children if you die. A lump-sum death benefit is available to your estate when you die. For more information visit www.hrdc.gc.ca.
Crime Prevention Panel: voluntary consultative body, with charity status, working with the police to arise awareness and promote crime prevention initiatives.
See Commercial Package Policy.
Commercial package policy. A package policy designed for commercial insureds that can provide in one policy, several lines of insurance business as needed by that commercial venture. Lines of business which may be included in the CPP are property/glass, general liability, inland marine, crime, boiler and machinery insurance, and commercial automobile.
Commercial Package Policy. A commercial policy that can be designed to meet the specific insurance needs of business firms. Property and liability coverage forms are combined to form a single policy.
Cost per gross rating point. The term refers to the cost of advertising exposure opportunities that equal one gross rating point in a market or one percent of the population. Common to all media.
Cost Per Rating Point, the total cost of an advertising unit divided by the average rating (for the demographic area of interest.
COST PER POINT. A measure of advertising efficiency based on dividing cost by the rating.
Cost per piece. Total cost to produce each individual mail piece divided by the total quantity mailed. Includes all agency, data, production and back-end processing costs.
Calling Party Pays. The mobile user does not pay for long distance, incoming calls or airtime; has not been utilized in the United States, which operates by having the Mobile Part Pays.
Calling Party Pays. Billing option whereby the person making the call is charged. This is in contrast to billing the recipient of the call.
Calling Party Pays. Calling Party Pays means that inbound cellular calls are not charged to the person receiving the call but are instead charged to the person originating the call, either from a regular phone or another cellular phone. The FCC and some cellular carriers are endorsing the new method of charging inbound calls.
entralized ostage ayment [system] - A postage payment procedure that allows publishers of authorized publications entered at three or more post offices to pay postage at a single postal facility rather than through accounts maintained at each entry post office.
FileName Specifies the pathname of the C preprocessor program to use. Although the xrdb command was designed to use CPP, any program that acts as a filter and accepts the , , and flags can be used. Name= Value Passes through to the preprocessor and defines symbols to use with conditionals such as #ifdef.
n. The traditional name for a standalone program implementing the features of the C preprocessor.
See See C preprocessor..
Collaboration Protocol Profile
Combinet Proprietary Protocol.
(Colloboration Protocol Profile)â€”Profile of a company with a description of its capabilities (Information Technology-related).