RTECRun Time Error Checker
RTECRegional Technology in Education Consortium
RTECReady-To-Eat Cereal
RTECResearch Triangle Energy Consortium (est. 2007; North Carolina)
RTECRural Transit Enterprises Coordinated, Inc (Kentucky, USA)
RTECReal-Time Enterprise Collaboration (software)
RTECReal-Time Event Channel
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being released from its future obligations under the Earn-in with Option to Joint Venture Agreement ("EJVA") with RTEC that was signed in July 2014.
Yorobe stressed that funding is only released after a positive evaluation by the RTEC and followed by endorsement from a particular DOST regional office, where a small enterprise is located.
Indeed, signs point to an RTEC renaissance: Dollar sales have continued to improve during the past year,[sup.6] and many retailers are growing again in this category.[sup.7] This is great news for retailers because the RTEC category is a driver of both total retailer dollars and traffic to the store.[sup.8] RTEC is found in shoppers' baskets on 14 percent of grocery trips, and the total ring is $44 higher when cereal is in the basket.[sup.9] Because of its strong turns and reach, RTEC is one of the most profitable categories within center store (coming in at 11 out of 127 categories)[sup.10] and the second most productive among breakfast-related categories.[sup.11] In the breakfast foods category, cereal is No.
Figure 1 shows the proportion of total daily folate consumed through bread products and RTEC.
Layher BioLogics RTEC, Inc., 72333 Camden Cutoff Road, Pine Bluff, AR 71603 (WGL)
He formed the Refugee Tertiary Education Committee (RTEC) which included some lecturers from ACU to push this agenda.
Energy research appears to be a key agent for change in these collaborations: SwRI's Energy Research Alliance was newly formed in 2009, RTI's RTEC has been strengthened significantly in the past year, and GTI has been the beneficiary of several recent carbon-neutral fuel initiatives, including $2.5 million from the DOE for production of green gasoline and diesel fuel from woody biomass, agricultural residues, and algae through a new hydropyrolysis process.
Amanda Eager is a research director at the Research & Technology Executive Council (RTEC), a subsidiary of the Corporate Executive Board (www.exbd.com), in Washington, D.
The Rangeland Technology and Equipment Council (RTEC) in cooperation with the USDA-FS Rocky Mountain Research Station and BLM Great Basin Restoration Initiative has compiled a web-based publication that provides a description, applications, photographs, and vendor contact information for equipment that is designed for rangeland vegetation manipulation, wildlife habitat improvement, soil and water conservation, and disturbed land rehabilitation.
For example, Kellogg's ready-to-eat-cereal (RTEC) category rang up $2 billion in sales across supermarkets for 52 weeks ending May 15, according to Chicago-based Information Resources, Inc.