ACT may refer to:
- Australian Capital Territory, the capital territory of the Commonwealth of Australia
- ACT (test), a college placement exam in the United States
- ACT mouthwash from Chattem
- Advanced Cell Technology, a biotech corporation involved in researching and developing cloning and stem cell technologies
- Ada Core Technologies, now AdaCore, a software company that develops an Ada compiler, tools and libraries
- Applied Computer Techniques, renamed Apricot Computers in 1985, a computer services company
- Aviation Composite Technology, an aircraft manufacturer in the Philippines
- ACT (NASDAQ), Automated Confirmation of Transactions, a trade reporting and clearing system
- Advance corporation tax, a tax collected in the United Kingdom until 1999
- ACT!, contact management software
- ACT Alberta, a Canadian coalition to raise awareness about human trafficking
- ACT Alliance, an alliance of churches for coordinating humanitarian assistance and development work.
- ACT New Zealand, a political party in New Zealand
- Academy of Clinical Thyroidologists
- Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust
- Association for Competitive Technology, a technology lobby group
- The Association of Commercial Television in Europe, a group which represents the business interests of the commercial television sector at the EU institutions
- Association of Cinematograph Technicians, now the Association of Cinematograph Television and Allied Technicians
- Association of Corporate Treasurers
- Action for Children's Television, an organization dedicated to improvements in children's television
- Advanced Concepts Team, A research team of the European Space Agency
- Alliance of Concerned Teachers, an alliance of teachers, educators and teacher organizations in the Philippines
- America Coming Together, a United States political group
- AIDS Committee of Toronto, sponsor of Fashion Cares
- Asian College of Technology, a private university in the Philippines
- Association for Citizenship Teaching, a professional subject association for teachers of citizenship
- United Education Institute or Advanced Career Training, a private post-secondary educational facility with locations in Georgia and Florida
- Australian College of Theology
- Amazon Conservation Team, a non-profit organization that works in partnership with indigenous people to protect the Amazon rainforest
- Allied Command Transformation, a NATO strategic command
- Advanced Concepts Team, a research team of the European Space Agency
In science and technology:
- ACT-R, a symbolic cognitive architecture
- ACT (audio format), file format
- Active voice or Actor role in interlinear glossing
- Apple Certified Trainer, one of the Apple certification programs
- Astrographic Catalog/Tycho, a star catalogue; see Hipparcos Catalogue
- Atacama Cosmology Telescope, a telescope in Chile
- Artemisinin based combination therapy, a treatment for malaria
- Assertive community treatment, a system for treating mental illness
- Acceptance and commitment therapy, a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Activated clotting time
- A.C.T, a progressive rock band from Sweden
- ACT Theatre, in Seattle, Washington
- American Conservatory Theater, in San Francisco, California
- Australia national cricket team
- American Canadian Tour, a race organisation.
- Ford ACT, a people mover, short for Automatically Controlled Transportation or Activity Center Transit
- Ascot railway station, a railway station in the United Kingdom with the National Rail code "ACT"
- Waco Regional Airport, an airport in Waco, Texas, United States, with the IATA airport code "ACT"
- Agency for Community Transit, Madison County Transit's paratransit system
- Azienda comunale del traffico, a former transport operator in Lugano, Switzerland
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Famous quotes containing the word act:
“I am the only actor.
It is difficult for one woman
to act out a whole play.
The play is my life,
my solo act.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“Every act of the man inscribes itself in the memories of his fellows, and in his own manners and face. The air is full of sounds; the sky, of tokens; the ground is all memoranda and signatures; and every object covered over with hints, which speak to the intelligent.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“To act with doubleness towards a man whose own conduct was double, was so near an approach to virtue that it deserved to be called by no meaner name than diplomacy.”
—George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)