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AcronymDefinition
EBTElectronic Benefits Transfer
EBTEvidence-Based Treatment (clinical practice)
EBTEnglish Breakfast Tea
EBTEmotional Brain Training
EBTEast Broad Top (National Historic Landmark railroad in Huntingdon County, PA, built in 1873)
EBTElectron Beam Tomography
EBTEastern Broadband Telecom
EBTElectronic Based Technology
EBTEnhanced Bandwidth Technology
EBTEthercard Boot
EBTEarnings Before Tax
EBTEmployee Benefit Trust
EBTEnsemble Baroque de Toulouse (est. 1998; France)
EBTElectron Beam Technology (physics)
EBTÉvaluation des Besoins Technologiques (French: Needs Assessment Technologies)
EBTEmployer Based Training (various organizations)
EBTEducation, Business, and Technology (center; Concordia University, Irvine, CA)
EBTEvidential Breath Tester
EBTEat Better Today (New Hampshire)
EBTExamination Before Trial (legal)
EBTÉnergie Batteries Technologie (French: Energy Technology Batteries)
EBTEccentric Bottom Tapping (electrical arc furnaces)
EBTEntreprise Bigoudène de Terrassement (French earthworks company)
EBTEuro Bill Tracker
EBTE-Business Technologies
EBTEnduring Business Themes
EBTEvidence-Based Toxicology
EBTElectronic Booking Tool (travel)
EBTEuropean Business Trends
EBTEarly Bed Time
EBTEchelons Below Theater
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One bright spot for grocery retailers should be passage of the electronic benefits transfer (EBT) portability and interoperability bill, which would make it possible for recipients of food stamps and benefits under the Women, Infants and Children program to access their benefits in any state.
More than 15 states have pilot programs on electronic benefits transfer (EBT) systems where plastic cards can be used to obtain public assistance payments from ATM machines, a system first used in Reading, Penn., in October 1984.
Cuomo announced the next step in the statewide rollout of eWIC, an electronic benefits transfer card which eliminates paper checks and provides a more convenient way for families in the Women, Infants, and Children program to shop for WIC foods.
A panel reviewing the electronic benefits transfer system last week largely ignored a series of strong recommendations, and endorsed only additional education and stricter enforcement.
Using its existing Electronic Benefits Transfer infrastructure, the Food and Nutrition Service of the U.S.
Electronic benefits transfer offers advantage for food stamp recipients and efficiencies for retailers.
In addition to representing the association on an industry council that deals with technology, O'Neil will focus on such areas as electronic article surveillance, electronic benefits transfer and "smart cards." He reports to NACDS senior vice president of nonpharmacy programs Lance Clark.
This could make it difficult to implement the multipurpose, one-card, unified national delivery system envisioned by the Federal Electronic Benefits Transfer Task Force, established in response to Vice President Gore's 1993 Report of the National Performance Review.
Electronic benefits transfer (EBT) has gotten off to a shaky start in Houston, where the EBT program for Texas was kicked off in February.
He said that some of his accomplishments have been successfully voting for passage of Melissa's Law, which increases prison time for habitual offenders; municipal health insurance reforms; and placing limits on the Electronic Benefits Transfer program; and increases in local aid, assistance to veterans, Chapter 90 Transportation funding, Chapter 70 public education funding, and the Special Education Circuit Breaker funding.
Among his many accomplishments is successfully working with Congress to restore food stamp benefits to legal immigrants, overseeing the total conversion to EBT (electronic benefits transfer), adopting a new food pyramid and raising food stamp payment accuracy to its highest levels ever.
The electronic benefits transfer (EBT) system was established over a decade ago to streamline the $30 billion-a-year food stamp program, and supermarkets have been slowly implementing it ever since.
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