CCA definition

CCA means the Connecting Care Act, 2019, and the regulations under it, as it and they may be amended from time to time;
CCA means the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth);
CCA or “Community Choice Aggregation” means an electric service option available to cities and counties pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 366.2.

Examples of CCA in a sentence

  • The Government and the UN Agencies jointly agreed that undergoing a new CCA process would only duplicate the work undertaken by the MDG Steering Committee and other assessment processes that donors were doing concurrently.

  • The first step in the process was the preparation of a “Base Document for Analysis”, which consisted essentially of an update of the earlier Common Country Assessment (CCA) document, prepared in 2001, as well as a review of the analysis undertaken by the National Millennium Development Goals (MDG) Steering Committee in preparing the first National MDG Report in 2004.

  • Therefore, instead of a traditional CCA, a review of existing documentation on eight main issues (population and development; good governance; deficient service delivery, poverty of opportunity; HIV and AIDS; effective and sustainable use of natural resources; gender, culture and disparity; and spatial disparity), coupled with an analysis of the data, provided an updated picture of some of the main areas to be addressed by the UNCP.


More Definitions of CCA

CCA means the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth); “Ceiling Limit” has the meaning given in section 4.3;
CCA means the Consumer Credit Act 1974, as amended by the Consumer Credit Act 2006 and associated secondary legislation.
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CCA means the Civil Contingencies Xxx 0000;
CCA means an electric service option available to cities and counties pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 366.2.
CCA means the Consumer Credit Act 1974.