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ATC

n.
1. air traffic control
2. air traffic controller

ATC

abbreviation for
1. (Aeronautics) air-traffic control
2. (Military) (in Britain) Air Training Corps
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Information security is the highest priority for ATC since it has far-reaching implications for daily business operations and interactions with customers and business partners," said Bill Van Winkle, Chief Information Officer, ATC.
Although some injuries can be prevented, the ATC is the professional who can significantly reduce re-injuries and prevent minor injuries from becoming major problems, thus decreasing the time lost from the playing field and classroom.
By implementing the Oracle E-Business Suite, ATC can more easily expand without incremental software deployments.
The studies found that, in general, the ATC capabilities were more modern and interoperable than the air sovereignty capabilities and there were real opportunities to improve the efficiency of military airspace management by leveraging the civil ATC capabilities.
In addition to the service in the Santa Clarita Valley, ATC serves about 800 riders daily on its four commuter routes to Warner Center, Van Nuys, downtown Los Angeles and Antelope Valley, Kilcoyne said.
The investigation concerns whether the ATC Technology Board of Directors breached their fiduciary duties to ATC Technology stockholders by failing to adequately shop the Company before entering into this transaction and whether GENCO is underpaying for ATC Technology shares, thus unlawfully harming ATC Technology stockholders.
Six schools had a physical therapist, three had an ATC, and one had an EMT regularly attending its home athletic events.
Communications is the operating subsidiary of ATC Communications Group,
CD4 cells in patients continue to rise with ongoing ATC treatment
These exciting results indicate that the clinical and immunological benefit of ATC continues to increase with long-term treatment out to 48 weeks.
Rubin said that discussions continue for ATC Environmental to acquire several other environmental services companies.
The data demonstrate that, in over 80% of patients treated with ATC, the level of HIV in the blood was reduced to below detectable levels after 24 weeks.