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ECTF

(Enterprise Computer Telephony Forum, www.ectf.org) An industry association founded in 1996 that provides a clearinghouse for technical standards for voice and data integration in the computer telephony arena. It acts as an umbrella group that coordinates with many smaller organizations throughout the U.S. and Europe in order to promote interoperability between products. In 2003, ECTF became a specialized membership section of CompTIA.
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In the ECTF model, specially trained Secret Service agents bring together diverse members to find and share resources and knowledge.
Headed by the New York office of the Secret Service, the ECTF boasts a membership of 180 top federal and local law enforcement agencies and prosecutors.
R.100 can be downloaded from ECTF's web site at http://www.ectf.org.
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On the positive side, the ECTF found that while most Amerindians interviewed lacked information about the project, they expected benefits in terms of employment, improved standards of living, better health services and improved schooling.
There is no denying that the 7 billion total represents a significant increase over the 4 billion the bank had reserved for the European Clean Transport Facility (ECTF) contained in the European economic recovery plan adopted on 2 December 2008 by the Ecofin Council.
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A key element in this planning was that the product they selected should be based on the open-systems architecture being developed by the Enterprise Computer Telephony Forum (ECTF).
According to Eurochambres, the Association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry, the main result of the EU-Turkey Chambers Forum (ECTF), held in Istanbul on 16 November, is that the information gap on EU legislation, which is hindering the accession of Turkey to the EU, has been reduced.