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"Customers will definitely benefit with speed, and lower standardised fees," Imam Elias, member of the FTS project team with Noor Islamic Bank, told XPRESS.
FTS has revised tariffs for FSK twice since that time.
Lawyers for FTS told the judge that in spring 2006 company bosses became aware West Yorkshire Police had tried and failed to develop software with the "same functionality" as FTS software.
By selecting Leap Billing, this provider has recognized FTS' expertise in advanced content billing projects," said Amos Sivan, CEO, FTS.
Previous studies by Kloog's lab found that the FTS compound is effective against autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis and lupus, "but the mechanism of its effects on immune cells was not well understood," says Mor.
A specially-trained appeals officer will consider the application and decide whether or not to accept the case in the FTS system.
Former Strathclyde detective superintendent Willie Johnston said FTS forensically examined a staggering 26,000 phones last year.
The Large and Mid-Sized Business (LMSB) FTS program, initiated in 2002, has been called a success by the IRS.
The steering committee of the First Tier Suburbs (FTS) Council met June 6-8 in Bartlett, Tenn., a first tier suburb of Memphis, to discuss the economic sustainability of communities outside of central cities and inside the ring of developing suburbs and rural areas.
As of January 1, all posts have started to use the new FTS.
Meggitt - the parent of Dunlop Braking Systems, which has a plant in Coventry and a test facility in Birmingham - plans to integrate FTS into its Meggitt Defence Systems division.
With the current governmentwide telecommunications contracts set to expire, the General Services Administration's (GSA) Federal Technology Service (FTS) and its customer agencies must prepare to transition their services to a new contract vehicle.