We report on the measurement of two NbTi reference samples, obtained from CERN through BNL, wire number02R00056A01UX.265. The purpose of these characterizations is two-fold: 1) To establish an inter-laboratory comparisonof short sample tests and analysis between LBNL, BNL and Fermilab within the LARP collaboration. Due to differences in reaction and mounting procedures and their resulting strain differences, Nb3Sn is not suited for this purpose. 2) To determine the accuracy of LBNL's system with regard to magnetic field, temperature and current after a major system overhaul. The results show that at mu0H = 8 T, the critical current result falls within the standard deviation of the CERN database, whereas at mu0H = 5 T, it falls outside the CERN standard deviation, but within the range of critical current values that are reported by CERN for this wire. It is concluded that the LBNL results fall within the characterization variance as reported in the CERN database.