Kings County's sustainable energy future is brighter thanks to Chevron Energy Solutions and its commitment to seeing this project to completion, bringing in the necessary partners such as Hyundai Heavy Industries, Bank of America and Southern California Edison to help provide energy-efficient equipment, project financing and incentives," said Larry Spikes, County Administrative Officer of Kings County.
What does CAO stand for?
CAO stands for County Administrative Officer
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We have 196 other meanings of CAO in our Acronym Attic
- Contract Administrative Officer
- Control Applications of Optimization (conference)
- Coordination of Atomic Operations
- Correct Answer Only (examination marking schemes)
- Corrections Auxiliary Officer
- Corrective Action Order
- Cost Analysis Organization
- Council Appointed Officials (Palo Alto, CA)
- Counter Air Operation
- Counterair Operation (US DoD)
- County Assistance Office (Pennsylvania)
- County Attorney's Office
- Crisis Action Officer
- Critical Areas Ordinance (Washington)
- Cultural Affairs Officer (U.S. State Department, Public Affairs)
- Current As Of
- Customer Assistance Office
- Customs Administrative Order (Philippines)
- Standing Operating Procedures for Coordination of Atomic Operations (US DoD)
- Changes in Arterial O2 Concentration
Samples in periodicals archive:
Fujioka replaces retiring County Administrative Officer David Janssen.
The county administrative officer introduced BPR as a method of achieving operational excellence by improving workforce productivity.
County Administrative Officer David Janssen retires this month.
He also served as the San Bernardino County administrative officer from April 2003 to March 2004.
We have come to rely on the outstanding service and support provided by ACS for more than two decades," said Howard Moody, County Administrative Officer.
The station is expected to be finished in early 2006, said Bill Wilbanks, assistant county administrative officer for general services.
It includes comments by the youths who carved the totem, Congressman Sam Farr, State Senator Bruce McPherson and Assemblyman Simon Salinas; County Administrative Officer Sally Reed; Lou Tice of the Pacific Institute; Workforce Investment Board Chairman, Greg Keebler and Executive Director, Joseph Werner.