The issues involved could take a long time to resolve.
What does TTR stand for?
TTR stands for Time to Resolve (incident management)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 118 other meanings of TTR in our Acronym Attic
- Texas Teens Read! (Texast State Library and Archives Commission)
- The Third Reich (infantry game)
- The True Religion
- The True Rules (web TV talk show)
- Thermal Test Reactor
- Thermal Transfer Ribbon (printing)
- Ticket To Ride (World Snowboard Tour)
- Time to Read (AOL Time Warner literacy-mentoring program)
- Time to Recurrence (oncology)
- Time To Repair
Samples in periodicals archive:
Author: George Psyllides LARNACA airport workers unions yesterday decided to give the government more time to resolve an ongoing disagreement over their refusal to go through metal detectors when going to work every day.
The Democratic lawmaker, a frequent critic of China's human rights record, said the exiled spiritual leader "has made the human rights situation in Tibet an issue of international concern, and it is long past time to resolve it.
A public hearing on the gated community project has been postponed to March 16, allowing the developer of North Park Village and Nature Preserve time to resolve some of the questions the city raised about the project.
In addition to establishing a moratorium on increasing the cost to access the Internet or enacting "pile on" taxes solely because transactions are conducted online, the legislation was intended to afford interested government and private sector parties time to resolve the important policy and administrative issues associated with the possible taxation of electronic commerce, including the simplification of state sales tax regimes.
If the complaint or appeal requires more time to resolve, the agency must notify the complainant within 60 days that more time is needed, the reason for the delay and the estimated decision date.
It also said that it will take more time to resolve outstanding issues, which were listed as: estimates of General Synod's liability for all physical and sexual abuse claims; questions around claims for loss of culture and language; and alternative dispute resolution methods of validating claims "that are credible, reliable, expeditious, culturally appropriate and safe.
IR-2001-109 describes the IRS's launch of a pilot program to cut the time to resolve corporate-tax disputes.