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- abbr. Farm Credit Administration
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- Initialism of Fellow Chartered Accountant. (This is a senior member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales, Ireland, India, Sri Lanka or certain other Commonwealth countries.)
- Initialism of Farm Credit Administration.
- Initialism of Free Carrier.
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In a later case, Illinois distinguished its own “clone” of the FCA from the other statute, and held it constitutional.
The amendment to the FCA is germane to health care reform in that it makes it easier to maintain a qui tam action against an entity that allegedly has defrauded the government.
The “public disclosure” exception to the qui tam provisions of the FCA is meant to disallow plaintiffs from cashing in on fraud that is already in the public domain.
Andrew Tyrie, chairman of the select committee, argued that the creation of the FCA was an opportunity to improve on the FSA's approach to regulating consumers following the debacles surrounding mis-selling of payment protection insurance and endowment policies.
The FCA, which is headed by outgoing Hong Kong securities regulator Martin Wheatley , will also be given power to explicitly ban financial products.
The qui tam provisions of the FCA are a very important tool in combating fraud and theft of taxpayer funds, and Medicare/Medicaid fraud is a huge, huge problem.
Tickets can be ordered by calling the FCA office at 889-8808 or after
The FCA is a routine quarterly rate adjustment that TVA uses to help manage the volatility of fuel and purchased power costs.
"At the beginning of the year we decided the FCA should be a serving club," said senior Josh Rains, president of the Wildcats 'huddle.
As a result of the container revolution and cargo unitization, the incoterms FCA, CIP and CPT were developed.