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The Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) is one of the two in statutory social security bodies under the Government of India's Ministry of Labour and Employment and is responsible for regulation and management of provident funds in India, the other being Employees' State Insurance.
EPF School of Engineering (formerly École polytechnique féminine) a French engineering College created in 1925.  The school trains engineers with a multidisciplinary profile, who work in all sectors of industry and services.
It was founded in New York City on November 11, 1939, as the Episcopal Pacifist Fellowship by John Nevin Sayre, Walter Russell Bowie, Elmore McKee, Eric M. Tasman, Luke White, Katharine Pierce, William Appleton Lawrence, Walter Mitchell, and Paul Jones   with the mission to pray, study and work for peace. 
Employees Provident Fund or Employees' Provident Fund refer to: Employees' Provident Fund Organisation, in India Employees Provident Fund (Malaysia) Employees Provident Fund Nepal Employees' Provident Fund (Sri Lanka) This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Employees Provident Fund.
Troops. 312. Crew. 41. Aircraft carried. Medium helicopter. Aviation facilities. Helipad. USNS Choctaw County (JHSV-2/T-EPF-2), (ex-Vigilant) is the second Spearhead -class expeditionary fast transport,  which is operated by the United States Navy ' s Military Sealift Command and was built in Mobile, Alabama.
The Central Provident Fund Board (CPFB), commonly known as the CPF Board or simply the Central Provident Fund (CPF), is a compulsory comprehensive savings and pension plan for working Singaporeans and permanent residents primarily to fund their retirement, healthcare, education and housing needs in Singapore.
In 1959, Employees' Provident Fund Department was established under the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs. This department was entrusted with the management of both Sainik Drabya Kosh and Nijamati Provident Fund. With this, the scope of the scheme was extended to cover all government employees including the police.