Definitions for "FAA"
Funds Administration Agent
Created by the Act that established the Department of Transportation, this government agency oversees all aviation within the United States. The FAA controls, for example, airport safety, air traffic control, licensing of pilots, inspection of aircraft, and investigates aviation mishaps.
Financial Application Architecture. An IBM marketecture for the finance/banking sector.
Farmland Assessment Act. State legislation allowing farmland taken out of production to be eligible for tax relief.
Foreign Assistance Act. The Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended (USAID's present authorizing legislation).
Federal Arbitration Act. A law enacted by the United States Congress in 1925 to affirm the enforceability of arbitration contract clauses and arbitration awards, and to create a basic framework for business arbitration agreements.
Keywords:  raf, navy, fleet, reverted, royal
Fleet Air Arm of the RAF (until July 1937, when it was control reverted to the Royal Navy)
Keywords:  angolan, forces, armed
Angolan Armed Forces
Keywords:  annex, fine, arts
Fine Arts Annex
Keywords:  assessment, functional, area
Functional Area Assessment