Raytheon's global reach and the Jordan project affirm our ability to provide subject matter expertise and solid experience on cooperative threat reduction programs in all regions of the world," said John Harris, Raytheon Company vice president and general manager of Intelligence, Information and Services.
What does CTRP stand for?
CTRP stands for Cooperative Threat Reduction Program
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We have 26 other meanings of CTRP in our Acronym Attic
- Certified Transport Registered Nurse
- Change That's Right Now, Inc (New York, NY phobia clinic)
- Clinical Trials Research Nurse
- Colorado Technical Recruiters Network
- Continuous-Time Recurrent Neural Network
- Central TRON (The Real-time Operating system Nucleus)
- Central de Trabajadores de la Revolución Peruana (Spanish: Federation of Workers of the Peruvian Revolution)
- Chrono Trigger Remake Project (fan work)
- Commonwealth Teacher Recruitment Protocol (South Africa)
- Comprehensive Tax Reform Program (Philippines)
- Critical Technology Reinvestment Program (US DoD)
- Workers Confederation of the Republic of Panama (labor federation, Panama)
- C1q TNF (Tumor Necrosis Factor)-Related Protein 1
- California Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (Lake Tahoe Basin)
- HIV Counseling, Testing, Referral and Partner Notification (US CDC)
- Currency Transaction Report Processing System
- Communication Theory, Reliability and Quality of Service (conference)
- Cabot Trail Relay Race (Canada)
- Center for Tissue Regeneration and Repair
- Cipher Text Receiver Ready
Samples in periodicals archive:
Carter managed the Cooperative Threat Reduction program aimed at eliminating nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons of the former Soviet Union; and he directed the Nuclear Posture Review and oversaw the Defense Department's Counterproliferation Initiative.
government continues to be concerned about Russian compliance with the BWTC and about the solvency of certain Russian laboratories funded via the Department of Defense (DOD) Cooperative Threat Reduction Program.
Cooperative threat reduction The GPP builds on the experience of nonproliferation assistance in the wake of the Soviet Union's collapse, and particularly the approach developed by the US Cooperative Threat Reduction program in the 1990s.
cooperative threat reduction programs have done much to reduce the nuclear danger, but much more is needed.
Numerous security, diplomatic, and business relationships, from multi-billion dollar Cooperative Threat Reduction programs, which deal with non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction; to abrogation of the Jackson-Vanik Amendment, which denied Normal Permanent Trade Relations, currently under consideration by the U.