TAC may refer to:

  • Tác, Hungary
  • Pablo Tac, a Luiseño Indian who provided a rare contemporary Native American perspective on the institutions and early history of California
  • Pham Cong Tac, the Pope of the Cao Dai Sect that battled against Ngo Dinh Diem in control of South Vietnam
  • Tarsus American College
  • Thomas Aquinas College

In automotive

  • Tecnologia Automotiva Catarinense (TAC) a Brazilian automotive company
  • Transport Accident Commission in Australia

In transportation:

  • TAC Colombia, a charter airline based at El Dorado International Airport in Bogotá, Colombia
  • TAC - Transportes Aéreos Catarinense, a Brazilian airline that ceased to exist in 1966
  • Thai Airways Company, a former airline
  • Terminal area chart, an aeronautical chart intended for navigation under Visual Flight Rules that depict areas surrounding major airports
  • Transport Accident Commission, the statutory insurer of third-party personal liability for transport accidents in Victoria, Australia
  • Trenau Arriva Cymru, Welsh for Arriva Trains Wales

In military/law enforcement:

  • Demro TAC-1, a pistol calibre carbine/submachine gun
  • .408 Chey Tac, a rifle cartridge that was developed by Dr. John D. Taylor with the assistance of machinist William O. Wordman
  • CheyTac Intervention, an American bolt action sniper rifle
  • McMillan TAC-50, a military/law enforcement sniper rifle chambered in .50 BMG
  • Tactical Air Command, a former command of the United States Air Force charged with battlefield-level air combat
  • SWAT or TAC, used by some law enforcement agencies to denote special weapons and tactics (SWAT) units and operations

In technology:

  • Group TAC, a Japanese anime and computer graphics studio located in Shibuya, Tokyo
  • TAC (software), an open source instant messaging and chat client program written by AOL
  • tac (Unix), a program that concatenates lines in reverse
  • Terminal Access Controller, a host computer that accepts terminal connections
  • Thermally Advantaged Chassis, an Intel specification for improved computer cooling when using an Intel Pentium 4, Pentium D, or Celeron D
  • Three address code, a representation of intermediate code used by compilers
  • Type Allocation Code, a portion of a mobile device's IMEI code used to identify the manufacturer and model
  • Triacetyl cellulose, a polymer, usually in film form, used in various display applications
  • Technical Assistance Center, a company's internal support group for external customers
  • TAC (building automation), a Swedish-based building automation company originally established in 1925. Owned by Schneider Electric
  • Type Allocation Code (TAC) is the initial eight-digit portion of the 15-digit IMEI code used to uniquely identify wireless devices.

In medicine:

  • Tetracaine, adrenalin, and cocaine. Used for topical anesthesia
  • trigeminal autonomic cephalgia

In other fields:

  • Tantalum Carbide, a chemical compound with the chemical formula TaC
  • Traditional Anglican Communion
  • Tartu Aviation College, the old name of the Estonian Aviation Academy
  • Technical Advisory Committee, of the Florida Building Commission
  • Technical Advisory Council, a federal advisory committee of the Federal Communications Commission
  • The Accessible Channel, a Canadian digital television channel
  • The Aleut Corporation, an Alaska Native Regional Corporation created under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971
  • The Athletics Congress The United States national governing for the sport of Track and Field from 1979 until it was renamed USATF in 1992
  • The Architects Collaborative, a Cambridge, MA, firm following the teachings of Walter Gropius
  • Total Allowable Catch, a commercial fishing regulation to limit the maximum catch of a specific fish species within an area
  • Treatment Action Campaign, a South African grassroots pressure group which was founded by Zackie Achmat
  • Treaty of Amity and Cooperation in Southeast Asia
  • Traditional Anglican Communion, group of theologically conservative Anglicans
  • The American Conservative, a conservative magazine from the old right or paleoconservative perspective founded by Pat Buchanan, Scott McConnell and Taki Theodoracopulos
  • Terrible Monster Attack Crew, a fictional pilot squadron in Ultraman Ace

In gaming:

  • TAC-2, an Atari 2600 compatible game controller
  • The Ant Commandos, a company which produces video game console peripherals
  • TAC, an enemy from Kirby Super Star

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Tic, Tic Tac - Track Listings
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COMSTE - Technical Advisory Council (TAC)
... The Technical Advisory Council (TAC) is a consultative committee within the COMSTE that supervise the panels and review their reports ... The members of the TAC also serve as Senior Advisers to the members of the Commission ...
Tecnologia Automotiva Catarinense
... TAC - Tecnologia Automotiva Catarinense is a corporation of capital closed established in 2004 in Joinville, Brazil ... The TAC was built on three major differential competitive, innovative in the automotive segment of niche market rigorous planning of the business, forming partnerships with renowned manufacturers use of ... The structural model of the TAC is a pioneer, because search alliances through a network of relationships, and believes that the benchmarking is an important tool to exchange information ...