Nasdaq: ARTG), a leading provider of innovative software applications for commerce and customer self-service, today announced that the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has successfully completed the nationwide launch of its new Electronic Commodity Ordering System (ECOS).
What does ECOS stand for?
ECOS stands for Electronic Commodity Ordering System (USDA)
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- East Coast Outrigger Racing Association
- Eastern Cereal and Oilseed Research Centre
- European Consortium for Ocean Research Drilling
- Experimental Computer-Based Oceanographic Requirements Database
- European Conference on the Reaction Engineering of Polyolefins
- Corrosion Potential
- Essex Community Reuse and Recycling Network (UK)
- Commission for Economic and Social Policy
- Eastern Canada Orchid Society
- Economic Consequences of Smoking
- Electronic Coordinate Determination System
- Embedded Configurable Operating System
- Embedded Cygnus Operating System
- Enterprise Collaborative Operational Sensor
- Environmental Council of States
- ESA Costing Software
- Established Church of Scotland (UK)
- European City Cooperation System
- European Environmental Citizens' Organisation for Standardisation
- Évaluation-Orientation de la Coopération Scientifique (French scientific collaboration program)
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Through the USDA Electronic Commodity Ordering System (ECOS), the USDA is able to provide non-perishable goods to various state initiatives including school lunch programs, emergency food assistance, and soup and food banks.
Nasdaq: ARTG), a leading developer of online CRM applications for commerce, portals, and relationship management, today announced that the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has successfully completed the initial deployment of its Electronic Commodity Ordering System (ECOS).