Government and Politics
- Compact of Free Association
- Cape Field Artillery, an artillery regiment of the South African Army
- Civitates Foederatae Americae, Latin for United States of America
- Commission of Fine Arts, an advisory agency of the United States Government
- Country Fire Authority, an integrated career staff and volunteer fire service in Victoria, Australia
- Court of Final Appeal (Hong Kong), the court with the final adjudication power on the laws of Hong Kong
- Court of Final Appeal (Macau), the court with the final adjudication power on laws of Macau
- Ceasefire agreement
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