How many times have we read an article or report in which some acronym, initials, initials, abbreviations, etc., are used, without being defined? They take it for granted that we know, and if we don't, we are fools...
Well, here is the solution so as not to look foolish. As it often happens to me, I found it by chance browsing the internet in search of something else. I tried it with EQA and in an instant it told me what the European Quality Award means, the EFQM award, which the website will tell you what the European Foundation for Quality Management means.
Acronym for Senatus Populusque Romanus (Also today acronym for Syndicat de la Presse Quotidienne Régionale, France, and for Software Product Quality Reporter)
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