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AcronymDefinition
FLITEFederal Legal Information Through Electronics
FLITEFerris Library for Information, Technology and Education (Ferris State University; Michigan)
FLITEFinancial and Logistics Integrated Technology Enterprise Program (US VA)
FLITEFlying Laboratory for Integrated Testing and Evaluation
FLITEForeign Language Instructional Technology Environment (Tulane University; Louisiana)
FLITEFSU (Ferris State University) Library for Information, Technology and Education (Big Rapids, MI)
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Today, a new, space-age material called Fast Flite [R] is also used to make bowstrings.
CEO Sullivan added, "We have a lot of big plans for FLITE and we believe the Virgin model of customer service excellence that David brings, plus the amazingly versatile Pilatus gives us a pretty good start.
Flite Air Taxi offers low hourly air charter rates for its clients.
Recommendation: To help guide the FLITE effort and ensure successful completion of the initiative, the Secretary of Veterans Affairs should direct the Assistant Secretary for Management and the Assistant Secretary for Information and Technology to ensure additional specificity and details are added to certain key planning documents, such as the concept of operations and work breakdown structure.
Flite is on a mission to make online display advertising more engaging for consumers and more flexible for advertisers," said Flite CEO Will Price.
Accessed in ASP (application service provider) mode or deployed within a corporate firewall, FLITE Framework provides the CIO with a turnkey solution that includes the FLITE Framework software, implementation services, and customer service.
TIS founded FLITE, unique technology labs for the rapid prototyping and development of e-business solutions.
Flite was able to offer their reliable radome repair services to Spirit in a particularly affordable pricing matrix chiefly because of Flite's in-depth knowledge and experience of quartz radome repairs, and because of their ability to perform in-house Transmissivity testing of all radomes maintained.
FLITE is the successor to an earlier initiative known as the Core Financial and Logistics System (CoreFLS) that the department undertook in 1998 and discontinued in 2004 because it failed to support VA's operations.
Visitors will be introduced to Professor Flite who'll be leading a "Monsterology" talk, which will cover beastly creatures from maticores and griffins to centaurs.
TONY MULLINS is convinced that Crusset's win under Seamus Heffernan in the one-and-a-half-mile maiden is a pointer to the chance of stable companion Take Flite in the Cordon Bleu Handicap Hurdle at Aintree on Saturday, writes Michael Clower.
Even before the recent statutory change, the FLITE trust was used to avoid the FIT.