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BTOBritish Trust for Ornithology
BTOBachman Turner Overdrive (band)
BTOBrutto (German: Gross [quantity])
BTOBusiness Technology Optimization
BTOBuy to Open (investing)
BTOBusiness Transformation Outsourcing
BTOBridge and Tunnel Officer (various locations)
BTOBack to Office
BTOBuild to Order
BTOBig Time Operator
BTOBack to Original (various companies)
BTOBusiness Technology Office (McKinsey & Company)
BTOBurst Timing Offset (radio transmissions; aviation)
BTOBreakthrough Objective (business strategy)
BTOBrigade Tactical Officer (US Military Academy)
BTOBurnin Track Outlaws
BTOBuild/Built To Order
BTOBetts Telecom Oklahoma
BTOBlood Transfusion Officer (India and Pakistan)
BTOBlanket Travel Order
BTOBranch Take Off (heating and cooling system part)
BTOBlack Timber Outfitters (South Hyrum, UT)
BTOBlack Tie Only
BTOBranch Transportation Office(r)
BTOBack To One publications (Hollywood, CA)
BTOBegin Time Option
BTOBombing Through Overcase
BTOBusiness Transition Office
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5) From 20 percent to 15 percent for Build-Transfer-Operate PPP projects.
The project will be implemented using a Build-Transfer-Operate arrangement and will be bid out through the government's Public-Private Partnership (PPP) program.
SR-91 is being developed by the California Private Transportation Company (CPTC), which holds a 35-year Build-Transfer-Operate franchise from the State Department of Transportation, awarded under innovative public/private infrastructure legislation passed by the California Legislature in 1989.
build-operate-transfer, build-transfer-operate and public-private partnerships-that the Comelec can adopt or tweak to accomplish its objective of electronic voting.
Construction started with the involvement of Samsung C&Ts trading division in the country's first build-transfer-operate (BTO) infrastructure project launched by the local government in March 2009.
The proposal would be under a build-transfer-operate scheme and will have transport links including a proposed 15-kilometer Airport Expressway linking to Fort Bonifacio, Ortigas and Eastwood, with alternative routes to Makati City.
This comes hot on the heels of a no-strings attached deal that allowed Dtac to develop a new LTE network on its existing build-transfer-operate 1800-MHz concession that ends in 2018 and another no-strings attached deal where Dtac and CAT returned 4.
Overall, Canilao said the LRT1 build-transfer-operate (BTO) project was "economically viable [and] there are a lot of efficiencies that we see if this project pushes through.
The city inked a build-transfer-operate contract on August 12 with the Nam Seoul Light Rail Transit group of 14 firms led by Daelim.