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ICT

Abbreviation for:
immunochemotherapy
immunoreactive chemotherapy
indirect Coombs test
induction chemotherapy
infection control team  
information communication technology  
Information and Computer Technology
insulin coma therapy

ICT

Abbreviation for induction chemotherapy.
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The Welsh Government attributed the increase in expenditure to the significant changes to the organisation of government, which increased core ICT service costs and made business change more complex.
The original budget for the 10-year contract was a minimum of pounds 220m, with pounds 82m reserved for core ICT services and pounds 138m for ICT projects.
Through the upgrade, Shizuoka Telecasting has not only enhanced its core ICT systems for higher quality and reliability, it has also enhanced its ability to deliver operational stability 24x7 with the addition of features such as early-warning indicators to help prevent problems thus supporting business continuity.
Risks to sustainability and 'future proofing' MoH's core ICT systems, including FMIS, HRIS and PATIS
What are the risks to sustainability and the 'future proofing' of the MoH's core ICT systems, including in particular the FMIS, HRIS and PATIS?
iTech are raising capital for iTech Fund II ("Fund "), a $200 mn fund that will invest in core ICT segments such as AdTech, FinTech, SAAS, Online Travel and Big Data.
Council has a requirement to undertake phase 2 of the plan; upgrade and consolidate the core ICT Server and Software Infrastructures that hosts key services used by council staff across the estate.
Batelco addressed the hotel's core ICT requirements by designing a solution unique to the hospitality sector and aimed at enhancing operational efficiency.
The summit is divided into four main streams, which are Core ICT solutions, Cloud-based cities, Intelligent Transport Systems and Inter-operable and Secure Cyber projects.
The TRA is building the core ICT regulatory framework for the UAE's burgeoning knowledge economy.
But with a core ICT contract of say PS60 million, as a very rough rule of thumb one might estimate that exit fees could be between a third and a half of this figure, hence my back-of-the-envelope estimates of PS20 million to PS30 million.
German enterprises will try to equip themselves for an economic upturn with reasonable investments in core ICT segments.