Definitions for "EPP"
Keywords:  tld, provreg, registry, gtlds, cctlds
Extensible Provisioning Protocol (q.v.)
Extensible Provisioning Protocol. A protocol for the registration and management of second and lower level domain names and associated name servers in Top Level Domains (TLDs) as specified in RFC's 3730, 3731, 3732, 3733, 3734, and 3735.  EPP is currently the most commonly used and accepted protocol for TLD registries.
Extensible Provisioning Protocol. Connection-oriented, application layer client-server protocol for the provisioning and management of objects stored in a shared central repository. Specified in XML, the protocol defines generic object management operations and an extensible framework that maps protocol operations to objects. EPP is being discussed in the IETF "provreg" Working Group. Generic Top-Level Domain (gTLD): TLD name that is open to registrants around the world, in contrast to ccTLDs, which often are restricted to registrants located in a particular country or region. .ORG, .INFO, .COM and .NET are examples of gTLDs.
Executive Personal Pensions
See Executive Pension Plan
Executive Pension Plan. A company sponsored, individual occupational pension arrangement governed by occupational pension rules, not Personal Pension rules. Open to employees only.
Extended Printer Port
Extended Parallel Port
Enhanced Parallel Port
Keywords:  eprom, eqing, equalizer
EPROM Equalizer (EQ, EQing)
See "Environmentally Preferable Products."
ENVIRONMENTALLY PREFERABLE PRODUCT. A product or service that has a lesser or reduced impact on human health and the environment when compared with competing products or services that serve the same purpose. Such products or services may include, but are not limited to those which contain recycled content, minimize waste, conserve energy or water, and reduce the amount of toxics either disposed of or consumed.
Environmentally Preferable Purchasing Environmentally Preferable Purchasing - Products and services that have a reduced effect on human health and the environment when compared with others that serve the same purpose.
Expert Patients Programme
Expert Patient Programme. based on developing the confidence and motivation of patients to use their own skills, information and professional services to take effective control over life with a chronic condition, and so become an expert patient.
Keywords:  pinpad, reader, pin, entry, screen
Encrypting Pinpad A device designed for secure PIN entry and encryption, without a display screen or card reader.
Keywords:  expanded, proposal, project
Expanded Project Proposal