DTCS

AcronymDefinition
DTCSDisaster Tolerant Cluster Services
DTCSDye Terminator Cycle Sequencing
DTCSDistributed Tactical Communications System (US Marine Corps and Iridium Government Services)
DTCSDirection Technique du Contrôle du Spectre (French: Technical Direction Control Spectrum)
DTCSDual Track Clamp System (product)
DTCSDimension Technology Chemical Systems (Fair Oaks, CA)
DTCSDesign Technology Consulting Services (Dallas, Texas)
DTCSSenior Chief Dental Technician (Naval Rating)
DTCSDistributed Table Construction Scheme
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DTCs school transport service has seen a significant expansion this year and the number of students served has grown to 11,000 students from 21 schools plied by 436 buses.
DepEd said that the DTCs shall be in-charge of the evaluation of documents and "shall ensure that the documentary requirements of each registrant is complete." The documentary requirements include the School Form 10 (Form 137) for secondary students or School Form 9 (Form 138) for elementary pupils; birth certificate or baptismal certificate and ID pictures.
It benefits banks because they can convert these DTAs into DTCs, or government claims, enabling direct reimbursement from the government when a bank reports a loss or enters liquidation.
DTCS Managing Director, Rod Benham, said, "Chris has been with us since 2005, most recently as Fleet Sales Manager, with responsibility for selling our used and surplus assets.
He said that DTCs should convince the family members of confirmed TB patients for lab test to search out the missing patients for which creation of awareness is essential to sensitize the people regarding the gravity of the issue.
All four states collect and store DTCs for vehicles regardless of the state's readiness determination.
Our initial efforts to trace DTCs in BM were largely motivated by the fact that the bones are major sites ofdistant metastasis in breast cancer (and other solid tumors such as prostate and lung cancer).
These cells named disseminated tumor cells (DTCs) cannot be detected by conventional cytological methods, but they may be found both by immunocytochemistry and molecular technologies.
Under the current development phase of DTCS, called 'Global Services', Exelis will provide the Department of Defense and other high-priority/special users with a satellite-based, global 'push-to-talk' netted-communications service for voice and data.
Chemotherapy can increase bone turnover and bone growth factors, potentially exacerbating the problem of DTCs in the bone, which can resurface later to cause metastatic disease in cancer patients.
The JDR100 reader displays active and stored DTCs for up to 10 ECUs and is fully operational through three buttons.
"This decision by the OECD further enhances Bahrain's international reputation as a well regulated international financial center and the ministry looks forward to negotiating many more DTCs with countries both within and outside of the OECD."