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ETGEvian Thonon Gaillard (French football club)
ETGEnabling Technologies Group (Phillips Company)
ETGEnter the Game (gaming chat network)
ETGExhibition & Travel Group (China)
ETGEthylglucuronide (metabolite)
ETGEpisode Treatment Groups (Symmetry Health Data Systems, Inc.)
ETGEmissions Trading Group (UK)
ETGExpert Task Group
ETGEmerging Technologies Group
ETGEight Tray Gangsters (Los Angeles gang)
ETGEngineering Technologies Group (Hopkinton, MA)
ETGElectronic Technologies Group (Heico Corporation)
ETGEvangelische Täufergemeinde (Evangelical Baptist Church)
ETGEuropean Transport Group (US Air Force)
ETGEnseignes Techni-Gravure (French: Techni Signs Engraving)
ETGExchange Traded Gold
ETGEuropean Tripartite Group
ETGEvery Tree Grows (band)
ETGEurotaxGlass's (UK)
ETGEutrophication Task Group (OSPAR Commission)
ETGEnhanced Target Generator
ETGEnvironmental Technology Group, Inc.
ETGEvening Times Glasgow (Scotland, UK)
ETGElectro Tridosha Graphy
ETGElectrothermal Gun
ETGEat the Gun (band)
ETGExpeditionary Training Group (US Navy Expeditionary Combat Enterprise)
ETGEthan-Theresa-Gwen (Passions TV show characters)
ETGEngineered Tissue Growth
ETGEmerge Technology Group, LLC (Wauconda, IL)
ETGElectronics Training Group (US DoD)
ETGEnhanced Target Graphic
ETGExposed Tee Grid (suspended ceilings)
ETGEffects Tasking Guidance
ETGEastern Technology Group (Woodbury, PA and Natick, MA)
ETGEnvironment and Transportation Group (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
ETGEmbassy-This Generation (Oshawa, Ontario, Canada)
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The expert task group's efforts already are making an impact in the marketplace.
Motivated by the expert task group's efforts to evaluate the performance of RAP mixtures, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is reviewing its pavement management database to glean information on completed projects that used RAP.
Through the expert task group, FHWA will continue to document the long-term performance of RAP projects to highlight successful practices and share lessons learned in using higher percentages of the material.
He raised concerns over undisclosed conflicts of interest by corporate consultants on expert task groups assigned to write IPCS documents and reported that industry "observers" usually present at IPCS task group meetings were rarely offset by representatives of non-industrial, non-governmental organizations.
The use of such expert task groups (ETGs) continues a practice developed under SHRP and further used by FHWA.
They are members of the TRB Superpave Committee, the expert task groups, the AASHTO Subcommittee on Materials (SOM), NCHRP Superpave research panels, national forum steering committees, and others.
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