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For starters, the RBC and Canadian Sport for Life Learn To Play Project gave ARPA a $25,000 grant in December.
ARPA has acquired the right to conduct examinations, training and certification curriculum based on the British Institute
s yet" was the general rule throughout the ARPA community.
In the largest case involving theft of Civil War artifacts since Congress passed ARPA in 1979, Jeffrey S.
Thus, looters who dig up Native American relics on private property without permission and traffic those relics across state lines violate ARPA.
In the program, ARPA plans to demonstrate an aircraft design approach that minimizes the penalties individual services must pay for accepting a common aircraft.
In particular, the committee was concerned about charges that ARPA was favoring Thinking Machines and Intel in its choice of machines to be located at its research sites.
In no time - 20 minutes, say the authors - Taylor snared funding from ARPA director Charles Herzfield to experimentally connect a handful of far-flung, university-based computers - fabulously expensive behemoths at the time - so they could exchange secure information.
Indeed, as Hafner and Lyon put it, the original ARPA network ``was a growing web of links and nodes, and that was it - like a highway system without cars.
Born as ARPA in 1958 as part of the response to the Soviet launching of Sputnik, DARPA's mission was to prevent future technological surprises.
Major organization : ARPA FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA AGENZIA REGIONALE PER LA PROTEZIONE DELL~AMBIENTE DEL FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA
Implementing agency : ARPA Piemonte Agenzia Regionale Protezione Ambientale