Anderson, president of the Defense Technology Initiative and the Massachusetts High Technology Council, said the region needs to gather data to illustrate the value it provides to the Defense Department.
What does MHTC stand for?
MHTC stands for Massachusetts High Technology Council
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 4 other meanings of MHTC in our Acronym Attic
- Mexican Hometown Associations
- Michigan Horticultural Therapy Association
- Michigan Horticulture Teachers Association
- Minnesota High Technology Association (Minneapolis, MN)
- Minnesota Horse Training Academy
- Montana Healthcare Telecommunications Alliance
- Multistate Highway Transportation Agreement
- Multi-Homing Tunnel Broker (telecommunications)
- Multipurpose Hydrogen Test Bed (US NASA Marshall Space Flight Center; Huntsville, AL)
- Madison Hair Transplant Clinic (Madison, WI)
- Mental Health Treatment Center (New Mexico)
- Minnesota High Technology Council
- Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission (governing board)
- Mount Horeb Telephone Company (Mount Horeb, WI)
- Missouri Highway and Transportation Department
- Maritime Hydrogen Technology Development Group
- Maldives Hotel and Trade Exhibition
- Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education (Zimbabwe)
- Mobile Tactical High Energy Lase (US DoD)
- Mental Health Task Force (various locations)
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net) is the nation's leading technology firm dedicated to providing students, educators and employers with comprehensive solutions to successfully navigate education and employment transitions; the Massachusetts High Technology Council (http://mhtc.
Focus on tax rates BOSTON - A majority of Massachusetts business and technology leaders surveyed said taxes are the most important factor in determining if a state has a competitive business climate, and 40 percent said the state's business climate is worsening, according to the Massachusetts High Technology Council and the Pioneer Institute, a think tank.
The event moderator, Christopher Anderson, president of the Massachusetts High Technology Council, asked how these pockets of success could be replicated on a larger scale.