DCTA

AcronymDefinition
DCTADenton County Transportation Authority (Texas)
DCTADenver Classroom Teachers Association (Denver, CO)
DCTADiaminocyclohexanetetraacetic Acid (chelating agent)
DCTADorchester County Taxpayers Association (South Carolina)
DCTADeSoto County Teachers Association
DCTADefense Clothing and Textiles Agency
DCTADepartamento de Ciência e Tecnologia Aeroespacial (Portuguese: Department of Aerospace Science and Technology; Brazil)
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The DCTA offers a proven, secure and cost-effective solution, based on CodentifyA technology, for this purpose.
Pat Heneghan, spokesperson for the DCTA, said, "Today's legal supply chains are global, complex and involve many parties.
Heneghan concluded: "With governments looking at ways to secure tax revenues in these austere times and crack-down on the criminals that prosper from the black market, we are certain that the DCTA can provide the technologies and expertise needed to make a real impact.
The district and DCTA together pay $1,500 toward the NBCT fee (approximately $2,300 per candidate) for up to five Denver teachers each year.
The DCTA support framework includes pre-candidate and candidate courses run in partnership with the University of Colorado-Denver.
The DCTA also puts a premium on having a mentor, especially someone at a comparable grade and content level.
Jim Cline, president of DCTA, said, "We're excited to extend our partnership with First Transit to our A-train rail operations and maintenance," .
CTC will implement a cloud-based Track Circuit Monitoring System (TCMS) for real-time alarming, interactive data analysis and historical trending services for DCTA s passenger rail line, which connects Denton and Dallas counties.
DCTA President Jim Cline said, Suarez's leadership and vast experience in the transit industry will be key for our future growth and development in Denton County.