HTC

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AcronymDefinition
HTCHTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) Component
HTCHemophilia Treatment Center (various locations)
HTCHeat Transfer Compound
HTCHome Training Center (USMC)
HTCHomozygous Typing Cells
HTCHighest Two-way Channel
HTCHawaiian Telephone Company Incorporated
HTCHunter-Tannersville Central (New York)
HTCHyper-Transport Consortium (AMD)
HTCHanford Training Center
HTCHampton Towne Centre (Essexville, Michigan)
HTCHenfield Theatre Company (UK)
HTCHypertrichosis Universalis Congenita
HTCHyperbaric Transfer Chamber
HTCHuman-Tended Capability
HTCHydraulic Torque Controller
HTCHydrogen Transfer Catalysis (chemistry)
HTCHoly Trinity Cathedral (various locations)
HTCHeat Transfer Coefficient
HTCHIV Testing and Counseling
HTCHomeTown Competitiveness (various locations)
HTCHealing the Children
HTCHungarian Telephone and Cable Corp.
HTCHollywood Trading Company (California)
HTCHermitage Technical Center (Richmond, Virginia)
HTCHigh Technology Company
HTCHigh Tech Crime
HTCHigh Temperature Combustion
HTCHome/Travel Charger
HTCHuston-Tillotson College (Austin, TX)
HTCHard-To-Count (census data)
HTCHigh Tech Computer Corp (Taiwan, China)
HTCHard Times Cafe (Springfield, VA)
HTCHistoric Town Center
HTCHistory, Theory and Criticism of Architecture and Art (Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Boston, MA)
HTCHow to Complain (UK)
HTCHigh Tech Consulting (various locations)
HTCChief Hull Maintenance Technician (Naval Rating)
HTCHigh-Throughput Computing
HTCHood To Coast (nationally known relay race)
HTCHoly Trinity College (Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines)
HTCHigh Tension Cable
HTCHistoric Tax Credit (historic building program)
HTCHuawei Technologies, Co. (telecommunications; various locations)
HTCHit the Cell (cellular phone)
HTCHi Tech Computer (various locations)
HTCHuddersfield Technical College (UK)
HTCHennepin Technical College (Minnesota)
HTCHerbicide Tolerant Crop (agriculture)
HTCHorry Telephone Cooperative, Inc. (Conway, SC)
HTCHelper T Cell
HTCHigh Throughput cDNA
HTCHerberger Theater Center (Phoenix, AZ)
HTCHome Telephone Center
HTCHigh Transmission Cellular
HTCHebrew Theological College
HTCHarvard Theatre Collection (est. 1901; Harvard University; Boston, MA)
HTCHome Theater Cruise (trademark of Home Theater Cruise, LLC)
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Identify hard-to-count tracts by response score and according to specific parameters (e.
In 1975, the Census Bureau created four advisory committees comprised of hard-to-count populations, including black, Hispanic, Asian and Pacific Islander, and AIAN.
Prior to the census, the Census Bureau developed a hard-to-count score, which assessed how tracts performed on twelve variables correlated with high non-response rates.
To help ensure that hard-to-count populations are enumerated, the Bureau plans to employ several initiatives.
As letters arrive in the mail announcing census forms will be sent out on the week of March 15, actress Rosario Dawson urged Angelenos in hard-to-count demographic groups to make sure they're counted.
residents, regardless of immigrant status, particularly in hard-to-count communities.
In doing so, managers used innovative tools and techniques to overcome the challenges of declining public participation, hard-to-count populations, and the declining ability of the federal government to attract IT professionals.
The goal of NBCSL's Census Project, funded by the Ford Foundation, is to reduce the near certain undercount by assisting legislators in reaching those Hard-to-Count constituents.
counties with the highest number of people living in hard-to-count areas, based on data from the 2000 Census.
The county is working with other government agencies and neighborhood groups to reach hard-to-count populations, including the homeless and immigrants.
Children are the age group most often missed in the Decennial Census--the reasons range from their living in hard-to-count neighborhoods to the fact that the census form only has space for complete demographic information on six household members.
Early on, we recognized that in order to overcome the challenges of declining public participation, hard-to-count populations, and the declining ability of the federal government to attract IT professionals, we would have to create numerous private and public sector partnerships.