role is to provide vocational and professional competencies and qualifications to people in the job or aspiring to enter a particular profession.
When ordering from NTIS
, include the NTIS
publication number (PB number) and the publication title.
Under a joint venture partnership agreement with NTIS
, Excella will work with NTIS
and other agencies to implement innovative ways to collect, access, analyze and deliver Federal data and data services.
According to its website (www .ntis.gov/about), the NTIS
"serves as the largest central resource for government-funded scientific, technical, engineering, and business related information available today.
By searching the NTIS
database combined with Compendex and the Institution of Electrical Engineer's Inspec, users have access to the most comprehensive collection of engineering references available.
government agency and military Web sites with almost 4 million pages, along with the 2 million abstracts from NTIS
. Because the initial May 1999 announcement included access pricing details, the search engine met with several protests about the pricing structure.
commerce Department's National Technical Information Service (NTIS
) have unveiled a new commercial se vice to provide "one-stop shopping" for U.S.
American Library Association officials, who called NTIS
a unique source of government research, expressed fears that privatization would disallow equal and affordable access to NTIS
Speaking on the sidelines of the inauguration, Lawrence Alva, CEO of NTI
said, The facility is a testimony to NTIs
commitment to building the competency of the nations employees and creating the future work-pool of the Sultanate.
National Technical Information Service (NTIS
) database on Engineering Village 2, a Web-based discovery platform for the engineering community.