NCTS

AcronymDefinition
NCTSNew Computerized Transit System
NCTSNASCAR Craftsman Truck Series
NCTSNortel Certified Technology Specialist (telephony)
NCTSNaval Computer & Telecommunications Station
NCTSNew Cooperative Tracking System
NCTSNuclear Certification Test Set
NCTSNuclear Certification Test System
NCTSNon-Conformance Tracking System
NCTSNavy Center for Tactical Systems
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In an interview with the police magazine (Al Shurta Ma'ak), NCTS secretary Brigadier Mohamed Abdullah al-Malki stressed that the database would benefit all entities concerned with traffic safety and security in Qatar.
A survey by MyVehicle.ie showed 19.8% of motors examined had invalid NCTs, with the forged documents available for as little as [euro]50.
Scott Butler, commanding officer of NAS Sigonella, NCTS Sicily personnel demonstrated "complete and utter commitment to the mission" as they executed their support to U.S.
THE number of cars passing the NCT test fell to less than half in the last four years according to the department of transport.
The NCTS, which the Commission and EU Member States adopted on February 12, 1999, replaces the traditional paper document by the computerised procedure.
MORE than 3,000 cars were slapped with Failed/ Dangerous stickers and towed from NCT centres in the first half of this year.
NCTS Far East is a tenant of the Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Japan.
THE firm which carries out NCT tests could be out of a job after they were outbid by a mystery rival.
Ivor Callely, Minister of State at the Transport Department, said he will be holding public consultations around the country as part of the mid-term review of the NCTS.
The report by PriceWaterhouseCoopers said the NCTS has an "entirely unreliable and in- adequate" management reporting system.