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AcronymDefinition
WBESWeb Based Educational System
WBESWorld Business Environment Survey
WBESWest Bengal Education Service (India)
WBESWeb Based Educational System (computers)
WBESWide Beam Echo Sounder
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"Congratulations to FIRST SIGNS Graphic Solutions on winning the WBE Rising Star Award," said Debbie Hurst, President of the Women's Business Council - Southwest.
In The Age of Em, Hanson uses well-accepted, academic science (both hard science and social science) to predict the broad strokes of a potential future world dominated by WBEs [8].
CMS began holding Direct Enrollment Proxy technical support sessions for the WBEs on Aug.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA), in particular the revised version of the agreement recently adopted by a group of WTO Members, has the potential to open up significant economic opportunities for under-represented social groups, including WBEs, in this important market segment.
Many of the big, well-known, national Web-based health insurance brokers have been WBEs for more than a year.
Carp, to emphasize purchasing through MBE, WBE, and sheltered workshops.
When the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) sketched out draft rules for the 2017 individual major medical open enrollment period, one section dealt with Web broker entities (WBEs).
Incredible networking opportunities and a signature Trade Secrets Panel illustrate how the Thought Leaders Luncheon advances WBEA's mission to enhance the success of both certified Women's Business Enterprises (WBEs) with Corporate members, creating opportunities for dynamic business partnerships.
Seventy firms now have the approvals they need to hook up to HealthCare.gov as Web broker entities (WBEs), or 27 percent more than were registered as WBEs in April, according to a comparison of a new WBE list with the list posted in April.
What: Connect to Success, hosted by Astra Women's Business Alliance and Chevron, is a two-day networking and matchmaking event for women's business enterprises (WBEs) seeking contract opportunities with Fortune 100/500 corporations in a variety of sectors.
Frank Kolb, policy director at the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange board, said many people who wrote to the board to comment about the idea of exchange relationships with "Web-based entities" (WBEs) are skeptical about the idea.