SCP may refer to:
Agencies, Organizations, and Political Parties
Scottish Christian Party
Social and Cultural Planning Office, a government agency of the Netherlands
Society of Catholic Priests, a community of priests in the Anglican Communion
Sporting Clube de Portugal, a sports club in Lisbon, Portugal, often known outside Portugal as "Sporting Lisbon"
Syrian Communist Party
Seattle Computer Products, an American computer company
Samsung Corning Precision Glass, a Korean-American joint venture company
Computing and Technology
Secure copy, also "secure copy protocol" or "secure copy program", a means of securely transferring computer files
FreeSpace 2 Source Code Project, a collaborative fan project to create an upgraded engine of the computer game " FreeSpace 2"
Service Control Point, a component of the Intelligent Network architecture for managing telephony networks
* Soft Core Processor also
Soft microprocessor, a processor implemented through a hardware definition language on a Programmable logic device
* Service Class Provider - a term used in the
Industry and professional certifications
Sun Certified Professional, a professional certification program by Sun Microsystems
* The IATA airport code for
Mont Dauphin St-Crépin Airportin Mende, France
South Caucasus Pipeline
celestial pole, an imaginary point in the southern celestial hemisphere, directly above the geographic South Pole, around which stars appear to revolve.
Supernova Cosmology Project, one of the physics research teams to discover that the universe is accelerating
Supply ChainPlanning, used in manufacturing logistics
* Sustainable Consumption and Production see
* Superior Cerebellar Peduncle
Super Caesars Palace, a video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Stanton College Preparatory School, a strongly-rated magnet high school in Jacksonville, Florida.
Structure-Conduct-Performance, a management framework developed by Michael Porterand McKinsey & Company.
* Single Cell Protein, a protein extracted from cultured microorganisms and used as a substitute for protein-rich foods, especially in animal feeds.
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