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CTGCenter for Technology in Government
CTGComputer Task Group (IT consulting company; Buffalo, NY, USA)
CTGCartridge
CTGCenter for Technology in Government (SUNY, Albany, New York)
CTGCICS Transaction Gateway (IBM)
CTGCovenant Transportation Group (various locations)
CTGCollege Tarieven Gezondheidszorg (Dutch; now Dutch Healthcare Authority; Netherlands)
CTGCyclotouristes Grenoblois (French: Grenoble Cycling; Grenoble, France)
CTGCics Transaction Gateway
CTGCore Technology Group
CTGChildhood Traumatic Grief (emotional health)
CTGCenter Theatre Group (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
CTGCommunity Transformation Grants (US CDC)
CTGCentro Turistico Giovanile (Italian: Turistic Center for Young People)
CTGCentro de Tradições Gaúchas (Gaucho Cultural Associations)
CTGControlling the Game (athletic equipment)
CTGControl Techniques Guidelines
CTGCommander, Task Group
CTGCardiotocograph
CTGCouncil for Trade in Goods
CTGCradle-To-Grave
CTGCombustion Turbine Generator
CTGCorporate Technology Group
CTGCentre Technique de Garoua (French: Garoua Technical Center; Garoua, Cameroon)
CTGCanyon Theater Guild (Newhall, CA)
CTGCentre Technique Groupe (French: Group Technical Center)
CTGCoal-to-Gas (energy technology)
CTGCommunication Theory Group (various locations)
CTGComité du Tourisme Guyanais (French: Guyana Tourism Committee)
CTGComprehensive Technical Group
CTGCorredor Tecnológico de Guatemala (Spanish: Guatemalan Technological Corridor; Guatemala)
CTGCartagena, Colombia - Rafael Nunez (Airport Code)
CTGControl Technology Guidelines
CTGCreative Trophies & Gifts (Canada)
CTGCampbelltown Theatre Group (Australia)
CTGCatholic Teachers Gazette (UK)
CTGCentre for Technical Geoscience (Netherlands)
CTGCarrier Task Group (various armed forces)
CTGCore Technical Group
CTGCadet Training Group
CTGClear Tempered Glass
CTGContribution to Growth
CTGConstant Time Gap
CTGCareer Training Guide
CTGCommander's Training Guidance
CTGCorporation Test Group
CTGCasino Table Game
CTGComposite Transportation Group
CTGComputing and Technology Group
CTGClimb to Glory (US Army)
CTGConstrained Taskflow Graph
CTGContingency Target Graphics
CTGCoolant Turbine Generator
CTGCenterless Grind (manufacturing)
CTGCohesion Technophilie Group (Chennai, India)
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That means regulators must consider Nichols' "cradle-to-grave life cycle" of fuels, including ethanol, and other biofuels, in order to assess their true effects on the atmosphere.
The first major step is the elimination of all substances "teratogenic, mutagenic, carcinogenic, or otherwise harmful in direct and obvious ways to human and ecological health." The second step is for designers to abandon the cradle-to-grave mentality and think about the life of the product and its packaging after it is bought.
NEXGEN sales staff bring a "cradle-to-grave" support concept to the market by ensuring the right equipment is used to match the application, monitoring customer output and satisfaction, and suggesting equipment upgrades as the customer's business successfully grows.
He also helped to draft the American Religious Declaration on Sexual Morality, Justice and Healing which upholds contraception, abortion and homosexual "rights", including the "right" to the blessing of same-sex unions, cradle-to-grave sex instruction and population control.
This article approaches this viewpoint by examining the post-award management of a single service in one commercial industry and compares it to government contracting practices particularly with an emphasis on legacy cradle-to-grave organizational structures while also exploring the need for a shift in government perspective and change in organizational practices.
The new standard warranty program is said to be in line with Flowserve's commitment to cradle-to-grave support for its customers.
Additionally, new features that FirstPoint Enterprise v10.0 offers, in addition to its extensive routing, reporting and monitoring functionality, include: complete contact history tracking; agent on-demand; cradle-to-grave reporting; software distribution; server and database consolidation; and solution monitoring and alarming.
ONE WAY TO RESPOND TO CONSISTENT INCOME DISPARITIES is to build a domestic social infrastructure that mitigates some of the worst effects of inequity and poverty, for example, the cradle-to-grave social welfarism that Northern European societies developed during their growth-spurt years after WWII.
Mamta Khanna, pollution prevention program manager at the nonprofit activist Center for Environmental Health in Oakland, California, would like electronics manufacturers to take cradle-to-grave responsibility for their products.
SUPERMARKET giant Tesco will soon offer a real cradle-to-grave service for its customers by tying up a deal with Coop Funeralcare.
Remanufactured products can provide other industries with a low cost, like-new service replacement component with the added environmental benefit of managing the product on a "cradle-to-cradle" versus a "cradle-to-grave" lifecycle.
The new doctrine of federal regulatory permission gives over 600,000 "covered entities" and their innumerable business associates the right to access every American's cradle-to-grave medical records without consent, without notice and without recourse.