PATS

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AcronymDefinition
PATSNew England Patriots (NFL team)
PATSPassive Anti-Theft System
PATSProceedings of the American Thoracic Society
PATSPassive anti Theft System
PATSProfessional, Administrative, Technical (jobs)
PATSPartnership Attitude Tracking Study
PATSProgram on Agricultural Technology Studies
PATSPublicly Available Telephone Services (telecoms network operators)
PATSProgram for Academically Talented Students
PATSProtection Assessment Test System (military; NBC)
PATSPortable Automated Test Station
PATSPaducah Area Transit System (Kentucky, USA)
PATSPacific Animal Therapy Society
PATSPrimary Aircraft Training System
PATSParticipants Acceptance Testing System
PATSProtected Anti-Jam Tactical SATCOM (Satellite Communications; US Air Force)
PATSProcess Activated Training System
PATSPesticide Action Tracking System
PATSPesticides Analytical Transport Solution (EPA)
PATSPrecision Attack Targeting System
PATSProduct And Technology Surveillance
PATSPerioperative Acute Thromboembolism Syndrome
PATSPartly Assisted Trading System
PATSProgrammatic And Technical Support
PATSPsychophysiological Assessment Test System
PATSPampanga Agents Travel Society (Philippines)
PATSPrecision Automated Turning System
PATSPassive Acoustic Threat Sensor
PATSPayload Avionics Test Station
PATSProperty Asset Tracking System
PATSPromotion Advantage Through Superior Performance
PATSPersonal AUTODIN Terminal System
PATSProduction Acceptance Test Station (manufacturing)
PATSPlan Assessment Tools Suite (US DoD)
PATSPriority Area Telecommunications System
PATSPersonnel in Awaiting Training Status
PATSPackaging and Transportation Services
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Under HB 8968, education support personnel refers to a wide range of professional, administrative, technical and general staff working within the education sector such as teaching assistants, school doctors, nurses and psychologists; registrars and clerks; guidance counselors; librarians; bus drivers, among others.
Carlos Tibbetts, of the group's operations center, was selected as the winner in the Federal Employee of the Year (Professional, Administrative, Technical category) from a group of 28 finalists from all over Hawaii and the Pacific.
The new 36,000-square-foot facility, will consolidate the theater's professional, administrative, technical, and academy operations ...
The organisation has 37,500 employees in executive, managerial, professional, administrative, technical and support capacities - a work force rich in diversity and expectations.
I requested the total number of full-time hires for these two years, the level of educational attainment, the number of men and women, the number of minorities, the average GS-grade level, the employing agency, occupation, and the PATCO classification (i.e., professional, administrative, technical, clerical, or other).
The limited amount of wage data on professional and technical occupations included in the Community Wage Surveys was not adequate for this purpose, and in 1962, the National Survey of Professional, Administrative, Technical and Clerical Pay (PATC) was instituted.
The data of this study are from the Bureau of Labor Statistics National Survey of Professional, Administrative, Technical, and Clerical occupations (known as the PATC survey).
The March 1990 survey of private goods-purchasing industries reflects changes introduced in 1986 to broaden the coverage of the Bureau's White-Collar Pay Survey (formerly known as the National Survey of Professional, Administrative, Technical, and Clerical Pay--PATC) to include more industries and smaller establishments.(4) Complementing the March 1990 survey of private goods-producing industries is the March 1989 survey of white-collar pay in private service-producing industries.
A DETAILED ANALYSIS of white-collar salaries and complete results of this year's survey are forthcoming in the bulletin, National Survey of Professional, Administrative, Technical,and Clerical Pay, March 1988.
A detailed analysis of white-collar salaries and complete results of this year's survey are included in the National Survey of Professional, Administrative, Technical, and Clerical Pay, March 1986, Bulletin 2271 (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1986).
Using wage data from one of these surveys (the survey of professional, administrative, technical, and clerical occupations), a BLS study published last year demonstrated that the average pay of men in a selected group of narrowly fefined white-collar occupations generally exceeded the pay of women in those occupations.
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