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OTS

abbr.
Officers' Training School

OTS

Officers' Training School.
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OTS successfully developed this service that will work as a bridge between the web server and multiple POS databases.
The number of people visiting social networking sites is growing tremendously every day," said OTS Director Christopher J.
The enhancements to OTS give users greater visibility of "pushed," or supplementary, address requisitions and provides automatic updates of supply and shipping status.
The partners will co-own rights to the new compounds, but OTS will be in charge of commercializing them.
When OTS equipment breaks down, maintenance may not have the tools needed to make repairs.
The Spitzer Space Telescope lacks the resolution to directly image a disk around a brown dwarf, but the pattern of excess infrared radiation detected around OTS 44 reveals the existence of a dusty disk, says study collaborator Lee Hartmann of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Mass.
Regulators from the federal agencies that oversee the nation's financial institutions--the FDIC, the OTS, the OCC, the Federal Reserve and the National Credit Union Association--also reserve the right to report any serious audit deficiencies to the institutions they examine.
OTS chief executive officer Albert Dadon said the company planned to hit the Asian, US and European markets in the next 12 months.
Ahmanson is arguing that while Washington Mutual's charter allows it to expand savings and loans acquired with government assistance, the OTS should draw the line at the thrift absorbing another thrift twice its size.
While top thrift cops in Washington starchily pledge regulatory toughness, nearly 20 current and former OTS examiners (most of whom spoke on the condition that they remain unidentified) tell a different story-a tale of looking the other way while prominent bank managers squandered hundreds of thousands of dollars on penthouses, pleasure trips, and hunting expeditions.
While the number of companies has dropped, the number of "dead" savings and loans (those in what the OTS classifies as Group Four, the lowest quality) has declined even faster, from 377 in December 1989 to 164 in March 1991.
On January 21, 2011, the Acting Director of the OTS, in cooperation with the FDIC, seized the Bank and appointed the FDIC receiver based on three alleged grounds: (i) the Bank was undercapitalized and failed to submit an acceptable capital restoration plan ("CRP") within the time prescribed by statute; (ii) the Bank was likely to be unable to pay its obligations or meet its depositors' demands in the normal course of business; and, (iii) the Bank was in an unsafe or unsound condition to transact business.