FTE


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FTE

(Full-Time Equivalent) See healthcare IT.
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FTE Asia Exposition will then host a free-to-attend passenger experience exhibition, which will include a complimentary Exposition Seminar Stage (where IATA will stage a workshop), as well as two premium conference streams, the FTE Asia Awards, and an exciting social and networking agenda.
The second model depicts the influence of separate areas of institutional investment on Gift Revenue Generated per FTE (see Table 2).
There were 8502 FTE district nurses in September 2008 and 8203 including bank workers in September in 2009--a fall of 299 district nurses
05) monthly positive trends were observed for work RVU per physician FTE (1.
5 administrative and clinical staff FTE were $825,927.
The FTE and AOE can be phoned into TACOM-RI at (309) 782-2774/DSN 793-2774 or faxed to (309) 782-2640/DSN 793-2640 or emailed to: bynumj@ria.
Meanwhile, Lane kept spending money at a rate that was based on its historic share of state FTE.
Districts with only one college would get $5 million for colleges with more than 20,000 FTEs; $4 million for those with more than 10,000 FTEs; and $3 million for those with fewer than 10,000 FTEs.
The nine remaining legacy agencies reported FTE decreases in their fiscal year 2003 budgets that generally matched OMB estimates of FTEs transferred to DHS.
Comparisons of these estimates without automation to the actual post-automation results were then used to estimate the FTE savings, which were used in the analysis of ROI and the payback time on the investment.
Io Energy was formed in February of this year by nearly a dozen former members of Financial Times Energy (FTE) unit, including former FTE news director Randy Rischard.
As a result, one FTE was able to transfer to molecular pathology.