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RDA may refer to:
- Rassemblement Démocratique Africain (African Democratic Rally), a political party formed in 1946 in French West Africa
- Rawalpindi Development Authority, Pakistan
- Reader's Digest Association, a magazine publisher
- Regional development agency, a public sector organisation in England
- Research Data Alliance, a research community organisation started in 2013
- Revolving Doors Agency, a charitable organisation in the United Kingdom
- Riding for the Disabled Association, a United Kingdom equestrianism charity
- Road Development Authority, a highway authority in Sri Lanka
- Rural Development Academy, an institution in Bangladesh
- retro-Diels–Alder reaction (rDA), a chemical reaction
- Remote Database Access, a protocol standard for database access
- Remote Diagnostic Agent, a diagnostic tool for Oracle database environments
- Research Data Australia, a web portal for access to national research data, within Australian Research Data Commons
- Resource Description and Access, a library cataloguing standard used to support the discovery, identification and employment of information resources
- Recommended Dietary Allowance, one of several recommendations referred to as a Dietary Reference Intake
- Registered dental assistant
- Relative dentin abrasivity, a measure of toothpaste's effects on tooth dentin
- Rafael dos Anjos, a Brazilian mixed martial artist
- Rda, an Enochian name of a minor angel
- Research and Development Array, a cosmic ray detector development project
- Redland railway station, a railway station in England with the National Rail code "RDA"
- Redundancy analysis, a method for ordination
- Resources Development Administration, a fictional non-governmental organization in the 2009 film Avatar
- Rules of Decision Act, a federal law in the United States
- Richard Dean Anderson, American actor, MacGyver, Stargate television franchise.
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