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1 I.B Acronyms 12/1/2014 Acronyms and terms commonly used in DHS These acronyms are not specific to DHS only; they may be currently used elsewhere and have different meanings. Additionally, this is not a complete list of all acronyms used in DHS. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Select an acronym list: Show acronyms. A AA: Administrative assistant Adoption assistance Affirmative action Alcoholics Anonymous Application assistors Authorized absence AAA: Area Agency on Aging AA/EEO: Affirmative action/equal employment opportunity AAG: Assistant attorney general AAICPC: Association of Administrators of the Interstate Compact for the Placement of Children AARP: American Association of Retired Persons AB: Aid to the blind ABAD: Aid to the blind and disabled ABAWD: Able-bodied adult without dependents ABE: Adult basic education ACA: Affordable Care Act ACCESS: See OACCESS

2 ACDP: Acute and Communicable Disease Prevention ACGPR: Advisory Committee on Genetic Privacy and Research ACH: Automatic clearing house ACIP: Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices ACOA: Adult Children of Alcoholics ACOG American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists ACWP: Actual cost of work performance AD: Adult Aid to the disabled program A&D: Alcohol and drug ADA: Americans with Disabilities Act ADCC: Average daily case/client count ADL: Activities of daily living ADP: Average daily population ADS: Adult Day Services Aging and Disability Services AE: Alternative education Administrative error AED: Automated external defibrillators AEN Assumed eligible newborn AF: Alleged father AFC: Adult foster care AFH: Adult foster home AFP Authorization for purchase AFSA: Adoptions and Safe Families Act AFSCME: American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees AG: Attorney general AHA: American Hospital Association American Heart Association

3 AHRQ: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, DHHS AHS: Allied health services AI: American Indian AIDS: Acquired immune deficiency syndrome AIS: Automated Information System, DMAP AJS: Applicant job search AKA: Also known as AKC: Albertina Kerr Center ALF: Assisted living facility ALOS: Average length of stay AMA: American Medical Association AMH: Addictions and Mental Health Division AMS: Application and maintenance services A/O: Assessment only AOA: Administration on Aging, DHHS AOC: Agency Operation Center Association of Oregon Counties AOPA: American Orthotic and Prosthetic Association APA: American Psychiatric Association American Psychological Association Administrative Procedures Act APD: Advanced planning document Aging and People with Disabilities APHSA: American Public Human Services Association APPA: American Probation and Parole Association APPLA: Another Planned Permanent Living Arrangement APR: Averaging with periodic review APRIL: Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living

4 APS: Adult protective services A/R: Applicant or recipient AR: Action request Accounts receivable Administrative review Agency request(budget) ARAN: American Rehab Action Network ARB: Agency request budget ARC: American Red Cross ARRA: American Recovery and Reinvestment act of 2009 ART: Addiction recovery team All Review Tracker AS: Actual start date Addiction services Adoption services ASAP: Alcohol safety action program project As soon as possible ASFA: Adoption and Safe Families Act ASM: Application support manager ASO: Administrative services only ASPR: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response ATOD: Alcohol, tobacco and other drugs ATP: Authorization to purchase ^ Back to the top ATS: Alcohol treatment services ATTN: Addiction Technology Transfer Network AWP: Any willing provider Average wholesale price - DMAP B BAC: Budget at completion

5 BAM: Budget and Management Division BAS: Basic BCBSO: Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Oregon BCCM: Breast and cervical cancer medical BCCP: Breast and cervical cancer program BCO: Blue Cross of Oregon BCP: Business continuity plan/planning BCWP: Budgeted cost of work performed BCWS: Budgeted cost of work scheduled BE: Business expert. BEIN: Beneficiary data exchange inquiry BENDEX: Beneficiary data exchange system BEOG: Basic education opportunity grant BGAS: Boys and Girls Aid Society BHC: Basic health care BIA: Bureau of Indian Affairs Business impact analysis BIAOR: Brain Injury Association of Oregon BIC: Business integrity coordinator. BICC: Biomedical Information Communication Center BMRC: Blue Mountain Recovery Center BOM: Bill of materials BPA: Budget, planning and analysis BPCS: Benefit package of covered services BR: By report BRFSS: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System BRHSB: Barbara Roberts Human Services Building; see HSB

6 ^ Back to the top BRP: Budget rebalance plan BRS: Behavioral residential services Behavior rehabilitation services BSS: Behavior support services BVR: Basic vocational rehabilitation BWE: Blind work expenses C CAA: Community action agency CACG: Child abuse challenge grant CACR: Center for Advanced Computing Research CADC: Certified drug and alcohol counselor CAF: Children, Adults, and Families Division CAMI: Child Abuse Multidisciplinary Intervention Fund CAN: Child abuse and neglect CAP: Client Assistance Program College of American Pathologists Community action plan Control account plan Corrective action plan CAPECO: Community Action Program East Central Oregon CAPS: Client assessment planning system CAPTA: Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act CARES: Child Abuse Response and Evaluation Services CART: Child Abuse Response Team CASA: Court appointed special advocates for children CASII: Child and Adolescent Intensity Instrument CASSP: Child and Adolescent Services System Program

7 CATC: Cherry Avenue Training Center CATF: Child Abuse Task Force CATP: Child and Adolescent Treatment Program CAWEM: Citizen-Alien/Waived Emergency Medical CBA: Cost benefit analysis Community based assessment Collective bargaining agreement CBC: Community-based care CBR: Client-based reimbursement CBT: Computer-based training CC: Care center Community college Complication and co-morbidity CCB: Change control board Child care billing CCC: Child care center CCD: Education Department Child Care Division CCDF: Child Care and Development Fund CCER: Center for Continuing Education in Rehabilitation CCF: Commission on Children and Families CCH: Computerized criminal history CCHC: Child Care Health Consultation CCMHC: Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center CCMU: Client Care Monitoring Unit CCNCSC: Community for Cultural Needs of CSD Staff and Clients CCNEO: Community Connections of North East Oregon CCP: Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program, FEMA CCRC: Continuing care retirement community CCR&R: Child care resource and referral agency

8 CD: Chemical dependency Client details CDC: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, DHHS CDDP: Community Developmental Disability Program CDO: Chemical dependency organization CDP: Child development program Count Developmental Disability Program CDR: Continuing disability review CDRC: Child Development and Rehabilitation Center CDT: Current/common dental terminology CE: Client error CEOJJC: Central and Eastern Oregon Juvenile Justice Consortium CEP: Client-employed provider CEMU Children s Medical Eligibility Unit CEU: Continuing Education Unit CFCIP: Chafee Foster Care Independence Program CFDA: Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance CFR: Code of federal regulations CFSR: Child and family service reviews CGI-AMS: Consultants to Government and Industry-American Management Systems CH: Child CHAMPUS: Civilian Health and Medical Programs of the Uniformed Services CHC: Criminal history check CHIP: Child Health Insurance Program CHIPRA: Children s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act CHN: Community health nurse CHS: Center for Health Statistics

9 CI: Client index Continuous improvement CIIS: Children s intensive in-home services CIL: Center for Independent Living CIO: Chief information officer CIP: Community Integration Program CIRT: Community intensive residential treatment Critical Incident Response Team CIU: Crisis intervention unit CJA: Children's Justice Act CL: Client CLAS: Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services CLIA: Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment CM: Case manager Case management CMC: Case management coordinator CMHC: Community mental health center CMHP: Community mental health program CMMS: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services CMS: Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services, DHHS Client maintenance system CMU Client maintenance unit CN: Certificate of need Client notice CN/PR: Certificate of need/plan review COA: Children of alcoholics Code of admission Council on Accreditation Court-ordered amount COB: Coordination of benefits

10 COBRA: Consolidated Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1985 COCOA: Central Oregon Council on Aging CODA: Comprehensive options for drug abusers Child of deaf adult COG: Council of Governments COIC: Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council COLA: Cost of living adjustment CORIL: Central Oregon Resources for Independent Living COTS: Commercial off-the-shelf CP: Cerebral palsy Community Service Program Current pay CPA: Certified public accountant Client prior authorization Council for Prostitution Alternatives CPDTC: Children s psychiatric day treatment center CPI: Consumer price index Cost performance index CPMS: Client Process Monitoring System CPR: Cardiopulmonary resuscitation CPS: Child Protective Services CPT: Community Partnership Team Current procedural terminology CQI: Continuous quality improvement CR: County review CRB: Citizen Review Board CRC: Certified Rehabilitation Counselor Community resources coordinator Correctional release center CRCC: Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification CRM: Computer resources management Customer resource management

11 CRN: Contract registered nurses CRP: Community Rehabilitation Program CRRTS: Certification Recruitment and Retention Tracking System CRT: Certification Crisis response teams CS: Child Safety Child support Central Support CSAVR: Council of State Administrators of Vocational Rehabilitation CSBG: Community services block grant CSCI: Children s System Change Initiative, OMHS CSCY: Catholic Services for Children and Youth CSE: Child support enforcement CSEAS: Child Support Enforcement Automated System CSEPP: Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program CSI: Continuous system improvement CSH: Center for Health Statistics CSL: Current service level CSM Community Safety Manager CSN: Community safety net CSND: Community safety net database CSP: Child Support Program CSPD: Comprehensive system of personnel development CSR: Customer service representative CSS: Customer service and support CTP: Comprehensive transition plan CV: Cost variance Cardiovascular

12 D CVA: Cardiovascular accident CVAS: Crime Victims Assistance Section CW: Case worker Child welfare CWAC: Child Welfare Advisory Committee ^ Back to the top CWE: Community work evaluation CWLA: Child Welfare League of America CWP: Child Welfare Partnership CWS: Child welfare services CWST: Career workforce skills training CY: Calendar year DA: District attorney Drug addictions D&A: Drug and alcohol DARTS: Day and residential treatment services DAS: Department of Administrative Services DBTAC: Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center DCBS: Department of Consumer and Business Services DCM: Disease care management DCO: Dental care organization DCP: Developing Capable People program Division control person DCS: Department of Justice Division of Child Support DD: Developmentally delayed Developmental disability Developmentally disabled Direct deposit

13 DDA: Deputy district attorney DDCC: Diversity Development and Coordinating Council DDS: Disability determination services DDSA: Developmental Disabilities Service Act DEA: Drug Enforcement Administration DEC: Drug endangered child DEQ: Department of Environmental Quality DFSCA: Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act DHHS: Department of Health and Human Services DHS: Department of Human Services Department of Homeland Security DISQ: Disqualified DM: District manager DMAP: Division of Medical Assistance Programs DMAT: Disaster Medical Assistance Team DME: Durable medical equipment DMH: Disaster mental health DMV: Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division DN: Denied DNS: Director of nursing services DO: Director s Office DOB: Date of birth DOC: Department of Commerce Department of Corrections DoD: Department of Defense Date of death DOE: Department of Education Department of Energy DOI: Department of Interior

14 DOJ: Department of Justice DOL: Department of Labor DOP: Date of payment Date of prints DOR: Date of request DOS: Date of service DOT: Dictionary of Occupational Titles Department of Transportation DP: Data processing Designated person Disqualified person DPU: Direct pay Unit DQ: Disqualify DRA: Federal Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 DRM: Data resource management DRP: Disaster recovery plan DSA: Designated State Agency DSAC: Disability Services Advisory Council DSH: Disproportionate share hospital DSHS: Washington Department of Social and Health Services DSM (IV): Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSNAP Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program DSO: Disability Services Office DSS: Delivery system subunit Division of State Systems, ACF, DHHS DSSURS: Decision Support, Surveillance and Utilization Review System DSU: Delivery Systems Unit DUR: Drug use review DV: Domestic violence

15 DVA: Department of Veterans Affairs DVAA: Domestic violence assistance agreement DWP: Drinking water program DWSS: Department-wide support services ^ Back to the top E EA: Emergency assistance EAC: Estimate at completion Estimated acquisition cost EAP: Employee Assistance Program EAS: Executive accounting system E-Board: Emergency Board of the Oregon Legislature EBL: Essential budget level EBP: Evidence-based practice EBT: Electronic benefits transfer ECC: Electronic claims capture Emergency coordinating center ECOS: Enhanced care outreach services ECS: Enhanced care services ED: Employment Department EDD: Education and Development Department EDI: Electronic data interchange EDMS: Electronic Document Management System EDP: Employment development plan EDT: Employee development team EEO: Equal employment opportunity Enhancing Employment Outcomes

16 EF: Employment First EFT: Electronic funds transfer EGHP: Employer-related group health plan EHAP: Environmental Health Assessment Program EHDI: Early Hearing Detection and Intervention EI: Early intervention Employment Initiative EIC: Earned income credit EIE: Employment and independence expense EIS: Executive information system Early intervention program EITC: Earned Income Tax Credit EL: Executive letter EMC: Electronic media claims EML: Employment income EMP: Employment EMS: Emergency medical services EMS/TS: Emergency Medical Services and Trauma Systems program EMT: Emergency medical technician ENCC: Exceptional needs care coordination EO: Executive order EOCIL: Eastern Oregon Center for Independent Living EODAA: Employment Opportunities for Disabled Americans Act of 1986 EOE: Equal opportunity employer EOM: End of month EOP: Employment outcomes professional EOPC: Eastern Oregon Psychiatric Center

17 EPA: Environmental Protection Agency EPD: Employed People with Disabilities EPHT: Environmental Public Health Tracking Program EPSDT: Early and periodic screening, diagnosis and treatment ER: Emergency room ERA: Elderly rental assistance Electronic remittance advice ERB: Employment Relations Board ERDC: Employment related day care ERISA: Employee Retirement Income Security Act ERS: Emergency response system ERT: Emergency response team ES: Employment services ESD: Education service district ESEA: Elementary and Secondary Education Act ESL: English as a second language E&T: Employment and training ETU: Education and Training Unit EV-DO: Evolution-data only EVS: Electronic verification system exprs: Express Payment and Reporting System ^ Back to the top EXT: Extended medical benefits F FA: Absent father Fiscal agent Functional assessment

18 FACIS: Family and Child Information System FAE: Fetal alcohol effect FAR: Formal administrative review FAS: Fetal alcohol syndrome FBI: Federal Bureau of Investigation FBS: Family-based services FC: Foster care FCHP: Fully capitated health plan FCIA: Foster Care Independence Act FCP: Foster care prevention FDA: Food and Drug Administration, DHHS FDM: Family decision-making meeting FEMA: Federal Emergency Management Agency FERPA: Family Education Rights and Privacy Act FFCMH: Federation of Families for Children s Mental Health FFIS: Federal funds information for states FFN: Family, Friend and Neighbor providers FFP: Federal financial participation FFS: Fee for service FFY: Federal fiscal year FGH: Family group home FGP: Foster grandparent program FHIAP: Family Health Insurance Assistance Program FICA: Federal Insurance Contributions Act FIPS: Federal information processing standard FMAP: Federal medical assistance percentage FMLA: Family and Medical Leave Act

19 FNS: Food and Nutrition Service, USDA FP: Family planning Foster parent FPA: Foster Parent Association Finance and policy analysis FPEP: Family Planning Expansion Program FPI: Fixed-price-incentive contract FPL: Federal poverty level FPLS: Federal Parent Locator Service FPS: Family planning services FQHC: Federally qualified health center FQHP: Federally qualified health plan FR: Fraud FRS: Federal revenue specialist FRT: Fatality review team FRW: Family resource worker FS: Food stamps FSA: Family Support Act FSAC: Food Service Advisory Committee FSAT: Family sex abuse treatment FSC: Family Support and Connections FSH: Family shelter home FSR: Fiscal status report FSR: Family Services Review Commission FT: Full-time FTC: Federal Trade Commission FTE: Full-time equivalent Full-time employee

20 FUA: Full utility allowance FUL: Federal upper limit FWS: Federal work study FY: Fiscal year FYI: For your information ^ Back to the top G GA: General assistance program GAAP: Generally accepted accounting principles GAM: General assistance medical GAO: Government Accountability Office Governor's Advocacy Office GAP: Guided assessment process GASB: Governmental Accounting Standards Board GCI: General cognitive index GCSS: Governor s Commission on Senior Services GED: General equivalency degree General Educational Development GF: General fund GH: Group home GIS: Geographic Information System GME: Graduate medical education General medical exam GNT: Grant GO: Governor's office GPO: Government Printing Office GRB: Governor's recommended budget

21 ^ Back to the top GS: General services GSA: General Services Administration H HABS: Harmful Algal Bloom Surveillance program HAN: Health Alert Network HB: House bill HC: Homecare HCAP: Healthy Communities Access Program Hospital Care Assurance Program HCBC: Home and community-based care HC/PC: Home care/personal care HCV: Hepatitis C (HCV infection) HCW: Homecare Worker HD: Health Department HDX: Healthcare data exchange HFA: Hospice Foundation of America HH: Head of household Household HIB: Hospital insurance benefit HIC: Health insurance code HIG: Health insurance group HIO: Health insurance organization HIP: Health insurance premium HIPAA: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act HIPC: Health insurance purchasing cooperative HIRE: Hiring Individuals Ready for Employment

22 HIV: Human immunodeficiency virus HIX: Health insurance exchange HK: Housekeeper HKC: Healthy KidsConnect HKP: Healthy Kids Plan HMG: Health management group HMO: Health maintenance organization HMOO: Health Maintenance of Oregon HMU: Health Management Unit HOH: Head of household Hard of hearing HOPE: Healthy Options through Prevention and Education HPCDP: Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention HPP: Hospital preparedness program HPV: Human papillomavirus vaccine HR: Human Resources HRA: Human resource assistant HRSA: Health Resources and Services Administration, DHHS Health resource service area HRSD: Human Resource Services Division HSA: Human services assistant HSB: Human services building (See BRHSB) HSC: Health Services Commission HSCO: Human Services Coalition HSEES: Hazardous Substances Event Surveillance System HSP: Housing Stabilization Program Health systems planning HSS: Human services specialist

23 ^ Back to the top HUD: Housing and Urban Development HV: Home visit HZIP: ZIP code verification system I IA: Individual assessment Ineligible alien In-home agency I&A: Information and assistance I&R: Information and referral IBNR: Incurred but not reported IC: Incident commander Interstate compact ICD-10-CM: International Classification of Diseases, tenth revision, Clinical modification ICF: Intermediate care facility ICF/HA: Intermediate care facility/home for the aged ICF/MR: Intermediate care facility/mentally retarded ICP: Independent Choices Program ICS: Incident Command System, FEMA ICJ: Interstate Compact for Juveniles ICN: Immediate care nursery Internal claim number ICPC: Interstate Compact for the Placement of Children ICR: Interim Change Report ICTS: Intensive community-based treatment services ICU: Intensive care units ICWA: Indian Child Welfare Act

24 ID: Identification Identity IDA: Individual development account IDEA: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act IEA: Individual education account IEP: Individualized educational plan IEPA: Interethnic Placement Act (1996) IEVS: Integrated Eligibility Verification System IFSP: Individualized Family Service Plan IHN: Intercommunity Health Network IHS: Indian Health Services, DHHS ILC: Independent living center ILP: Independent Living Program ILP-CH: Independent Living Program - Chafee Housing Services ILR: Independent living rehabilitation ILRU: Independent living research & utilization ILSP: Independent Living Subsidy Program IM: Information memorandum INA: Immigration and Nationality Act IOC: Inspection of care IOM: Institute of Medicine IP: Inpatient Immunization Program IPA: Independent Practice Associations IPE: Individualized plan for employment IPP: Individual program plan IPV: Intentional program violation Intimate partner violence

25 ^ Back to the top IRA: Individual retirement account IRB: Institutional Review Board IRCA: Immigration Reform and Control Act IRCO: Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization IRM: Information resources management IRWE: Impairment-related work expense ISA: Intensive services array ISE: Information Systems Engineering ISM: Information system management ISO: Information Security Office ISP: Individual service plan Initial service plan IST: Intervention and stabilization track IT: Information technology ITAM: IT asset management ITGC: Information technology governance council ITS: Intensive treatment services IUA: Individual utility allowance IVR: Interactive voice response J JAS: Jobs Automated System JCAHO: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organization JCIP: Juvenile Court Improvement Project, OJD JD: Job development Juris doctor

26 JJA: Juvenile Justice Alliance JJAC: Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee JLC: Joint legislative committee JLCIMT: Joint Legislative Committee on Information Management and Technology JOBS: Job Opportunities & Basic Skills program. JOMIS: Juvenile Offender Management Information System ^ Back to the top JPI JOBS participation incentive K ^ Back to the top KPM: Key performance measure KSA: Knowledge, skills and abilities L LAB: Legislative approved budget LAE: Local area expert LAR: Legal assistance referral LC: Legislative Concept Learning Center LCSW: Licensed clinical social worker LD: Learning disability Limited duration Late deafened LDMS: Lean Daily Management System LEA: Law enforcement agency Local educational agency LEDS: Law Enforcement Data System LEMA: Law enforcement medical account

27 LEMLA: Law enforcement medical liability account LEP: Limited-English proficiency LFO: Legislative Fiscal Office LCOG: Lane Council of Governments LIEAP: Low-Income Energy Assistance Program LIHEAP: Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program LILA: Lane Independent Living Alliance LINUS: Legislative Information and Notification User System LIS: Low-income subsidy L&M: Licensing and monitoring LMHA: Local mental health authority LMP: Licensed medical practitioner LOE: Level of effort LOS: Length of stay LPR: Lawful permanent resident LS: Life skill Line staff LTC: Long-term care LTCPM: Lon term care program manager LTCO: Long-term care ombudsman LTQC: Long-term quality care LUA: Limited utility allowance LV: Law violation Leave ^ Back to the top M MA: Medical assistance

28 Medicare Advantage plans MAA: Medical assistance assumed MAE: Mobility Assistive Equipment MAF: Medical assistance to families MA-PD: Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plan MARS: Management and Administrative Reporting Subsystem, MMIS MCADS: Multnomah County Aging and Disability Services MCAT: Multi-disciplinary child abuse team MCCA: Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act of 1988 MCCN: Managed care community network MCCRA: Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Repeal Act of 1989 MCE: Medicare code editor MCH: Maternal and Child Health MCM: Maternity case management Medical care management MCO: Managed care organization MDC: Medicare drug cost MDRC: Manpower Demonstration Research Corp. MDT: Multi-disciplinary team ME: Medical eligibility Medical examiner MEC: Medical encounter claim MED: Mental or emotional disorders Mental or emotionally disturbed Medical MedPAR: Medicare provider analysis and review MEI: Medicare economic index MEPA: Multi Ethnic Placement Act MH: Mental health

29 MHC: Managed health care MHCP: Managed health care plan MHO: Mental health organization MIB: Medical insurance benefit MIG: Medicaid Infrastructure Grant MLTCQRAC: Medicaid Long-Term Care Quality and Reimbursement Advisory Council MMA: Medicare Modernization Act MMIS: Medicaid Management Information System MN: Medically needy MNL: Manual MO: Absent mother Money order Month MOE: Maintenance of effort MOW: Meals on Wheels MR: Mental retardation MRDC: Medically related day care MR/DD: Mentally retarded/developmentally disabled ^ Back to the top MRSA: Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus MRT: Medical Review Team MSIS: Medicaid Statistical Information System MSO: Medical service organization Multi-service office MSP: Medicare Savings Program MTG: Meeting MVA: Motor vehicle accident

30 N NA: Narcotics Anonymous NACHRI: National Association of Children s Hospitals and Related Institutions NAD: National Association of the Deaf NADA: National Automobile Dealers Association NAIC: National Adoption Information Clearinghouse National Association of Insurance Commissioners NAMCS: National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness NARA: Native American Rehabilitation Association NCANDS: National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System NCD: National Council on Disability NCHS: National Center for Health Statistics, CDC NCI: National Cancer Institute Ineligible noncitizen NCIL: National Council of Independent Living NCOA: National Council on Aging NCP: Non-custodial parent NCQA: National Committee for Quality Assurance NCS: National Children s Study Noncitizen status NDC: National drug code NDMS: National Disaster Medical System NDS: Network and Desktop Services NEC: Not elsewhere classifiable NED: No earned income, elderly or disabled NF: Nursing facility

31 NFB: National Federation of the Blind NGA: National Governors Association Notice of grant award NH: Nursing home NIC: National Interpreter Certification NICU: Neonatal intensive care unit NICWA: The National Indian Child Welfare Act NIH: National Institutes of Health, DHHS NIMH: National Institute of Mental Health NIMS: National Incident Management System, FEMA NOS: Non-offending spouse Not otherwise specified NPH: No parent household NRCA: National Resource Center for Adoption NRCCPS: National Resource Center for Child Protective Services NSF: Non-sufficient funds NSLA: Non-standard living arrangement NTP: National Toxicology Program, DHHS NTSB: U.S. National Transportation Safety Board NVRA: National Voter Registration Act NWSDS: North West Senior and Disability Services ^ Back to the top NYTD: National Youth in Transition Database O OAA: Old Age Assistance, SSA Older Americans Act OACCESS Oregon Automated Computer Capture and Storage System :

32 OAH Office of Administrative Hearings OAM: Oregon Accounting Manual OAR: Oregon Administrative Rule OASDI: Old Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance OBAC: Oregon Business and Aging Coalition OBIRN: Oregon Brain Injury Resource Network OBLN: Oregon Business Leaders Network OBMP: Oregon Beach Monitoring Program OBRA: Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act OC: Office of Communications OCA: Oregon Corrections Association OCB: Oregon Commission for the Blind OCCF: Oregon Commission on Children and Families OCDD: Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities OCHHP: Office of Community Health and Health Planning OCR: Office of Civil Rights Office of Communications Resources OCWCOG: Oregon Cascades West Council of Governments ODC: Oregon Diabetes Coalition Oregon Disabilities Commission ODE: Oregon Department of Education ODHHS: Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services ODOT: Oregon Department of Transportation ODPE: Office of Disease Prevention and Epidemiology ODS: Oregon Dental Service OED: Oregon Employment Department OEM: Office of Emergency Management OEPH: Office of Environmental Public Health

33 OFH: Office of Family Health OFLA: Oregon Family Leave Act OFPA: Oregon Foster Parent s Association OFS: Office of Financial Services OFSET: Oregon Food Stamp Employment Transition OHA: Oregon Health Authority Oregon Hospice Association OHC: Out-of-home care OHCS: Oregon Housing and Community Services OHFB: Oregon Health Fund Board OHP: Oregon Health Plan OHPC: Oregon Health Policy Commission OHPPR: Office for Oregon Health Policy and Research OHPR: Office of Health Policy Research OHR: Office of Human Resources OHSC: Oregon Health Services Commission OHSU: Oregon Health & Science University OHT: Oregon Healthy Teens OIG: Office of the Inspector General, DHHS OIS: Office of Information Services OJD: Oregon Justice Department Oregon Judicial Department OJIN: Oregon Judicial Information Network OJJDP: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, OJT: On-the-job training OLCC: Oregon Liquor Control Commission OLIS: Oregon Legislative Information System

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