In recent months, the Advanced Information Technology Services Joint Program Office (AITS-JPO) has shepherded the XIS technology through the rigorous approval process necessary for acceptance - enabling the operational deployment of XIS for use by the armed forces.
What does AITS stand for?
AITS stands for Advanced Information Technology Services
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of AITS
We have 23 other meanings of AITS in our Acronym Attic
- An Intelligent Real-Time System for Signal Understanding (ESPRIT project 2167)
- Advanced Information Technology Research Center (KAIST)
- Applied Information Technologies Research Center
- Activation-Inducible TNF-Related Ligand
- AIDS International Training and Research Program
- Accredited Interviewer Training Scheme (UK)
- Acknowledged Information Transfer Service
- Action Item Tracking System
- Administrative Information Technology Systems
- Adopted Information Technology Standards
- Advanced Information Technology Students
- Advanced Information Technology Systems
- Association of Health Technologies Industry
- Association of Independent Television Stations
- Advanced Integration Technical Services - Joint Program Office
- AFC (Arab Finance Corporation) Arab Internationally Traded Stock Index
- Action Item Tracking System Product Improvement Team
- Armor Integrated Thermal Signature Targets
- Athlone Institute of Technology Students Union (Ireland)
- Acadia Institute for Teaching and Technology (Acadia University; Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada)
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Utilizing industry- accepted best practices, NewTel's suite of advanced information technology services include: IT consulting, project management, systems integration, application management, network development and data centre services.
In recent months, the Advanced Information Technology Services Joint Program Office (AITS-JPO) has shepherded the XIS technology through the rigorous approval process necessary for acceptance -- enabling the operational deployment of XIS for use by the armed forces.