This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of IO
Samples in periodicals archive:
They are providing service and maintenance in order to ensure the operation of aircraft Airbus A 319-115 CJ Air Forces that carries the President of the Czech Republic, government and institutional officials and transporting troops to the mission.
Rogers' talent and experience in a board leadership position," said Michael Woods, President, CEO and Institutional Official at Schulman.
When the pews in campus chapels aren't filled with students every Sunday, institutional officials may question the best use of the space.
I saw people functioning as overseers or elders but no ordained, titled, institutional officials.
senior associate dean for student services and designated institutional official for graduate medical education at the WVU School of Medicine, said it is not only an honor to be one of the first to receive this accreditation, but it is also an honor to be considered among the leading institutions in the field.
He concluded by asserting that security bodies ensure the protection of all media people, reporters and civil society organizations according to the mechanism set by the HEC for observing the electoral process in a transparent manner, noting that security bodies cooperate in this respect with HEC in its capacity as the institutional official legal entity responsible for running the electoral process as a whole.
When an investigator or institutional official with research oversight participates materially in a procurement or purchasing decision involving major purchases from or supply contracts with a commercial entity that sponsors human subjects research, or
The Imanishi-Kari case arose at a time when federal and institutional officials were inexperienced and uncertain about the scope and nature of their oversight role.