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National Institute of Standards and Technology

A branch of the US Commerce Department’s technology administration which maintains primary reference standards and develops reference methods and materials.

National Institute of Standards and Technology

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NIST

A federal agency that proposes and develops standards of measurement and the means to support advances in technology. It was formerly known as the National Bureau of Standards (NBS).
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"The continuation of the TGL is intended to afford consumers across America the necessary time to transition away from Huawei equipment, given the persistent national security and foreign policy threat," the Commerce Department said in a press release.
One of the main reasons the United States decided to switch commercial space tracking management responsibility to the Commerce Department was because the Pentagon could not share all of its data, Hitchens said.
The commerce department, which has an allocation of a little under Rs 4,500 crore for the current financial year, is hoping that additional funds would be available in the supplementary demand for grants.
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"This is a significant new burden on trade with ZTE," a senior official at the Commerce Department told Reuters.
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Commerce Department to right the wrongs in the upcoming probes so to avoid unfair rulings.
In 2007, the Commerce Department allowed countervailing duty petitions against non-market economies to resume.
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An industry advisory panel is urging the Commerce Department to provide government-backed loans to small manufacturers who are unable to raise private financing.
The Commerce Department said December's inventories were revised to show a 1.6 percent drop, previously reported as a 1.3 percent decline.
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