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the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancynoun

uk   us   (abbreviation CIPFA)
FINANCE, ACCOUNTING, GOVERNMENT in the UK, an ​organization that ​providestraining and ​information for ​people who ​work in the ​financedepartments of the ​government and ​governmentorganizations
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