(redirected from GOTS)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
The GOTS standard has developed in a multi-stakeholder process, which allows an organization to build its reputation and improve its standing at the same time.
We have found GotS to be easier to use than a word processing program, but resources are available to assist if needed.
The originating commercial organization may attempt to restrict use of the proprietary-based COTS product and even an enhanced GOTS product in order to assert a competitive advantage in a downstream procurement with the objective and intended outcome of locking in a sole-source contract.
Further investigation is underway in a joint project by Cleveland Clinic and Brigham and Women's Hospital to study the GoTS online sleep program's effect on individuals with coronary artery disease.
Life-cycle costs for maintenance and replacement of commercial devices may be greater in the long run than if a GOTS solution is used.
O'Reilly, Philip Hagan, Ronald Gots, and Alan Hedge (1998) In this book, building managers and environmental health professionals will find what they need to know to effectively identify, evaluate, and resolve the complex issues presented by building-related illness.
The Common PC Operating System Environment (COMPOSE) combines commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) and government-off-the-shelf (GOTS) products to deliver directory services, e-mail, Web acceleration, office automation applications, collaboration tools and antivirus software for the Integrated Shipboard Network System (ISNS), Combined Enterprise Regional Information Exchange System (CENTRIXS), Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) networks, and Submarine Local Area Network (SubLAN).
Avun Jephcott gots Stratford's goal before he was sent off in the dying seconds following a late challenge that incited a 20-man brawl.
The explanatory power of individual General Occupational Themes (GOTs), Basic Interest Scales (BISs), and Personal Style Scales (PSSs) of the Strong Interest Inventory (L.
Because no objective investigations have, until now, confirmed a diagnosis of MCS, the disorder has been rejected as an established organic disease (American Academy of Allergy 1999; Gots 1995; Staudenmayer 2001).
"Got to go brush my teeth--I gots morning mouth," Jasmine explains.
RUSTIC ATMOSPHERE: the kitchen at Skirmidge Cottage; SHADY HISTORY: Skirmidge Cottage gots its name from a skirmish between smugglers and excise officers; IDYLLIC: the cottage is in a stunning location; INTIMATE: the cottage's snug interior
Luckily for us, what we've gots howed in the first half on the south coast that they still have what it takes to get us out of trouble.
Gots, a physician and toxicologist who is also managing principal with the International Center for Toxicology and Medicine, Rockville, Md.
Gots, M.D., of the International Center for Toxicology and Medicine.