RTEC

AcronymDefinition
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)
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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.