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RTC

(1) See real-time clock.

(2) (Real Time Communications) See real time.
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Meanwhile RTC management has announced that it will regularize all the 3000 odd contract employees if they return to work immediately.
Initially, some pundits claimed that software directly accessing the RTC did not exist.
The RTC thought they weren't subject to rent control," real estate attorney Michael Utefsky recalled.
The RTC advised us that it has performed no further audits of the Cravath bill.
Yet, the next generation of black businesses and law firms must scout elsewhere for that experience; Big Brother RTC has faded into the sunset.
To implement the program, the RTC has created special offices in Washington, D.
Pryor's hearing may not turn up many Arkansas connections or force Congress to face its own culpability in whatever weaknesses the RTC has, but there is at least one example in Little Rock that demonstrates both.
The new StreamServe-powered system automates the entire digital signature collection and electronic billing process, enabling RTC to eliminate 20 hours of manual labor and four reams of paper weekly.
RTC has plunged in deep crisis at a time when only four days were left for the formal division of the corporation between the two states.
RTC Foundation sponsors teams through both monetary donations and equipment donations.
We are pleased to welcome RTC to our growing list of partners" said Peter Charness, President Manthan America's.
In August 1989, the RTC became responsible for 262 failed institutions with $114 billion in assets.