ASTAC

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AcronymDefinition
ASTACArctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative (Anchorage, AK)
ASTACAnimal Services Training and Consultation
ASTACAero-Space Technology Advisory Committee (US NASA)
ASTACAnti-Submarine/Anti-Surface Warfare Tactical Air Controller (Navy classification for Air controller)
ASTACAntisubmarine Warfare Tactical Support Center
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* Arctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative, Inc.
However, providers like GCI, Quintillion, and Arctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative (ASTAC) offer an assortment of solutions that can be helpful to Alaskans who find themselves working and traveling in remote parts of the state.
"If a legal problem comes up, one of the first things an attorney's going to ask for is documentation that proves the employee knew of the situation and the corrective action that needed to be taken," stated Megan Clapper, HR director and office manager for Arctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative (Anchorage, Alaska).
Arctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative (ASTAC; Anchorage, Alaska) serves a roadless, remote arctic area of more than 90,000 square miles, which provides many unique challenges.
Arctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative (ASTAC) is a full-service telecommunications company that provides fixed and mobile wireless solutions, including equipment sales and service to the North Slope region.
For many years, Arctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative (ASTAC; Anchorage, Alaska), like many other local exchange carriers, has prided itself on being 99.999% reliable.
Arctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative turned up 4G service in Kaktovik in 2017, finishing the conversion in all eight of the villages it serves as well as expansive Prudhoe Bay coverage.
May, Stephen Merriam, James Wickham, Arctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative (ASTAC); Randy Alvarez, Stephen A.
The Arctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative (ASTAC), Inc., headquartered in Anchorage, provides telecommunications services to the residents of the North Slope region.
The remaining customer base is divided up among Matanuska Telephone Association, TelAlaska, Arctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative, OTZ Telephone Cooperative, Bristol Bay Cellular Partnership, Copper Valley Telecom, Cordova Telephone Cooperative, and a handful of national providers operating in Alaska.
In Alaska, Anchorage-based Quintillion Networks LLC will provide the middle-mile service between Arctic Fibre and the "final-mile" telecommunications companies such as TelAlaska, Arctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative, and OTZ Telephone Cooperative, says Desiree Pfeffer, Quintillion chief operating officer.
Six utilities received safety awards in different categories: Golden Valley Electric Association and Anchorage Municipal Light & Power; Barrow Utilities and Electric Cooperative Inc.; Kotzebue Electric Association; Thomas Bay Power Authority and in the telecommunications category, Arctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative. Eight utilities received Safety Achievement Awards for efforts preventing worker injuries and reducing lost-time injuries: Arctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative, Barrow Utilities and Electric Cooperative Inc., Copper Valley Electric Association, Inside Passage Electric Cooperative, INN Electric Cooperative, Kotzebue Electric Association, Thomas Bay Power Authority and Naknek Electric Association.
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