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Combined Food Board         
The Combined Food Board was a temporary World War II government agency that allocated the combined economic resources of the United States and the United Kingdom. It was set up by President Franklin D.
Food and Drugs Authority (Ghana)         
  • Food and Drugs Authority building
The Food and Drugs Authority (or FDA, formerly known as the Food and Drugs Board) is a Ghanaian government agency responsible for the inspection, certification and proper distribution of foods and food products as well as drugs in Ghana. The board was established by the Food and Drugs Law 1992, PNDC Law 305B.
Combined Communications-Electronics Board         
MILITARY COMMUNICATIONS-ELECTRONICS ORGANIZATION ESTABLISHED AMONG AUSTRALIA, CANADA, NEW ZEALAND, UNITED KINGDOM, AND THE UNITED STATES
CCEB; Combined Communications Electronics Board
The Combined Communications-Electronics Board (CCEB) is a five-nation joint military communications-electronics (C-E) organisation whose mission is the coordination of any military C-E matter that is referred to it by a member nation. The member nations of the CCEB are Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.