TTAP


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Related to TTAP: TTIP
AcronymDefinition
TTAPTWG (Tactical Working Group) Tactical Action Plan
TTAPTribal Technical Assistance Program
TTAPTrust Technology Assessment Program (National Computer Security Center)
TTAPTest Technology Area Plan
TTAPTiger Team Action Plan
TTAPTechnical Training Audit Program
TTAPTraining Technology Applications Program
TTAPTelemetry Technical Analysis Position
TTAPTransmission Tank Air Pressure
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The maximum TTAp (31%) was estimated for the combination between the density of 27 plants [m.sup.-2] and the level of 260 kg [ha.sup.-1] N.
In the absence of nitrogen fertilization, the TTAp increased with the density of plants up to 25 plants [m.sup.-2], remaining constant.
The following list is a comparison of CCWAVES's knowledge domains to those designated on the TTAP examination.
In January 2018, FHWA launched a 2-year pilot to operate one TTAP Center, a change from the seven regional TTAP centers that served tribes in the past.
To help stretch every dollar, LTAP and TTAP are focusing on sharing information through more economical, online technologies and strategies such as their shared Web site, podcasts, electronic newsletters, and social media.
Today, the LTAP/TTAP network consists of 58 centers--one LTAP center in each State and Puerto Rico, and seven regional TTAP centers that serve tribal governments.
The symposium is sponsored by transportation entities throughout the world, including: FHWA's Office of International Programs and the National Highway Institute (NHI), LTAP, the Tribal Technical Assistance Program (TTAP), the World Road Association (PIARC), the Transportation Research Board (TRB), the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and the Pan American Institute of Highways (PIH).
The Native American Local Technical Assistance Program (NALTAP), also known as the Tribal Technical Assistance Program (TFAP), has several customer-oriented objectives.[8] The six TTAP centers avoid holding their classes, workshops, and other training programs at the centers or even hub locations.
To accommodate these differences, the planners of the Native American Local Technical Assistance Program (NALTAP), also known as the Tribal Technical Assistance Program (TTAP), incorporated the broad, flexible guidelines that have successfully guided the state LTAP centers for more than 15 years.
There are now 57 LTAP [T.sup.2] centers, one in every state, one in Puerto Rico, and six Tribal Technical Assistance Program (TTAP) centers serving Native American tribal governments.
For example, the TTAPS study authored by Cornell astronomer Carl Sagan and his colleagues suggested that temperatures could plummet almost 35[deg.]C within just a few months of the closing salvos in a 5,000-megaton strategic nuclear battle.
Remmel, "Exploring spatial variety in patterns of activity-travel behaviour: Initial results from the Toronto Travel-Activity Panel Survey (TTAPS)," Transportation, vol.