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What does NEO stand for?
NEO stands for Newly Elected Official (various organizations)
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 NEO
We have 94 other meanings of NEO in our Acronym Attic
- Near Earth Objects Information Center
- Nelson Email Organizer
- Neo-Adjuvant Chemotherapy
- Network Element Object
- Network Enterprise Objects (Sun)
- Network-Enabled Operations
- New Earth Organization (Buck Rogers RPG)
- New Economic Order
- New Employee Orientation
- New Engine Option (aviation)
- Nissan Ecology Oriented (engine technology)
- Non Ejaculatory Orgasm
- Non-Equity Option (finance)
- Noncombatant Evacuation Operation
- Noncombatant Evacuation Order
- Northeast Ohio
- Northeast Oklahoma Railroad
- Northeast Orchestra
- Northern Exposure Organics (Leaf Rapids, Manitoba, Canada)
- Nuclear Explosive Operations
Samples in periodicals archive:
I found his experience, encouragement and wonderful sense of humor invaluable as I navigated that steep learning curve as a newly elected official," reflects Carolyn Comitta, mayor of West Chester, Pa.
Rushford said the city charter calls for the newly elected officials to be sworn into office on the first secular day after Jan.
We may soon learn how our newly elected officials in Carson City will side on issues that involve the big pillar of our economy, tourism.
But Earth Days stands as a somewhat depressing, though very interesting, reminder of how fi'agile any environmental victory is (a newly elected official can always come in and reverse things), and how far we have left to go (minorities are still underrepresented in the movement, and technology still tends to be demonized).
Byline: THE NEW MEXICAN In brief Commissioners bid county farewell Tuesday's Santa Fe County Commission meeting was the final one for Commissioners Jack Sullivan and Paul Campos, who have each completed two four-year terms and will be replaced by newly elected officials in January.
Unfortunately, our newly elected officials plan to follow the same failed spending strategies of the past, rather than enact reforms that can improve our nation's economy.
While we call it "lobbying," the next few months will be spent engaging in conversations with our newly elected officials, pressing forward our particular concerns and educating them about the subtleties of our different views.