Congress last granted fast track authority in 2002.
What does FT stand for?
FT stands for Fast Track (instant picture of premium/loss information in the casualty industry)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 47 other meanings of FT in our Acronym Attic
- Fairy Tale
- Fallots Tetralogy (medical)
- Fallout Tactics (video game)
- Falls Taxi (Black River Falls, WI)
- Fametracker (website)
- Family Therapy
- Family Tree
- Farm Truck (license plate)
- Fashion Television
Samples in periodicals archive:
Designation as a fast track product enables Pharmaxis to file the new drug application on a rolling basis as data becomes available, allowing the FDA to review the application in sections ahead of receiving the complete submission.
In the meantime, Napster's top successor became the Fast Track network, which allows users to freely exchange music online, download and listen to it on their computers, move it to portable MP3 players, and even burn their own CDs.
The fight over NAFTA, the lost battle for fast track authority, and high-pro file anti-trade protests have called into question general support within the U.
REMEDIATION APPROACH Fast Track represents the FBI's new approach to firearms training.
Fast track bridges that confidence gap by requiring Congress to vote up or down on trade agreements without amendments and within a specified time period.
Byline: Terri Hardy Daily News Staff Writer After 15 months of dueling price estimates, political battles and turf wars, the Los Angeles Board of Education unanimously agreed to turn over the air-conditioning of 150 schools on an 18-month fast track to an outside group of companies.