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CPF may refer to:

  • CPF Building, a high-rise skyscraper located in the central business district of Singapore
  • Controlled permeability formwork, a durability enhancing formliner used in construction
  • Close Personal Friend, a term used to distinguish real-life friends from those made and maintained principally in online fora such as Facebook
  • Color Protection Factor, a term used in the shampoo industry to refer to the degree to which a shampoo protects hair from bleaching by ultraviolet light

In economics:

  • Consumption-possibility frontier, a graph that shows the different quantities of two goods to which an economy has access for consumption
  • Certified Professional Facilitator, a professional certification administered by the International Association of Facilitators
  • Cobb-Douglas Production Function, widely used in economics to represent the relationship of an output to inputs

In organizations:

  • Charoen Pokphand Foods, the agribusiness sector of the diversified agribusiness conglomerate Charoen Pokphand in Thailand
  • Cherokee Preservation Foundation, an independent nonprofit foundation established in 2000 as part of the Tribal-State Compact amendment between the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) and the State of North Carolina
  • City Parochial Foundation, a charity in London, England
  • Coalition for Patent Fairness, a group of companies who are lobbying for reforms to the United States patent system
  • Collaborative Partnership on Forests
  • Centre for People's Forestry, an NGO (Non Profit Organization) in Hydrabad, India

In politics and government:

  • Cadastro de Pessoas Físicas, an identity number for individuals issued by the Brazilian government
  • Central Provident Fund, the mandatory saving and social security plan of Singapore
  • Communist Party of Finland, a communist political party in Finland. The SKP was a section of Comintern and illegal in Finland until 1944

In science and technology:

  • Closed-cone pine forest, a plant community of coastal California and several offshore islands that consists of stands of Bishop Pines
  • Common Power Format, a file format for specifying power-saving techniques early in the design process for integrated circuits
  • Corky-stemmed Passion Flower, common name for Passiflora suberosa, a species of passion flower that is native to the Americas
  • Control Program Facility, the operating system of the IBM System/38 minicomputer

In transportation:

  • Church Point Ferry, provides ferry services from Church Point, situated on Pittwater in the northern suburbs of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • Canadian Patrol Frigate, such as the Halifax-class frigate
  • Ngloram Airport, Indonesia (ICAO code CPF)

In people:

  • Charles Patrick Fitzgerald (1902–1992), British-Australian professor of East Asian studies with particular focus on China
  • Claus Peter Flor (born 1953), German conductor. He played the violin as a youth, and later was a conducting student with Rolf Reuter
  • Cristiano Pereira Figueiredo (born 1990), Portuguese footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for F.C. Vizela on loan from Sporting de Braga