Blagojevich and I recognize that in this global economy, companies have more choices than ever when it comes to deciding where to do business," noted Jack Lavin, the director of the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.
What does DCEO stand for?
DCEO stands for Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (Illinois)
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- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 3 other meanings of DCEO in our Acronym Attic
- Digital Control for Electric Machines and Drives
- Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- Depth Selective Conversion Electron Mössbauer Spectroscopy
- Digital Content Exchange Network (VersaWare, Inc.)
- Direct Current Electrode Negative
- District of Columbia Environmental Network
- Distrito Central (Italian: Central District; Honduras)
- Direction des Cours d'Eau Non Navigables (French: Management of Unnavigable Rivers; Belgium)
- Defense Communications Engineering Office
- Defensive Cyber Effects Operations
- Deputy Chief Executive Officer (various organizations)
- Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (Lesotho)
- District of Columbia Energy Office (Washington, DC)
- Division Coloniale d'Extrème-Orient (French infantry division)
- Division Communications-Electronics Officer
- Danish Centre for Experimental Parasitology (Denmark)
- Data Center Energy Practitioner (certification; US Department of Energy)
- Data Center Energy Productivity
- Data Curation Education Program (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Champaign, IL)
- Delta Cepheid (class of variable star)
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Organized and hosted by Gordon & Glickson, this first-of-its-kind working group included representatives from fourteen industry associations, six Illinois universities, and senior executives from the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO), as well as others tasked with bringing Illinois to the forefront of economic development relating to homeland security products and services.
It has been a pleasure working with all of the agencies that enabled this to happen, especially Glen Kizer from the Foundation for Environmental Education, Rex Buhrmester from the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity and Bob Romo from the Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation.