Department of Justice and, earlier, of the White House Office of Telecommunications Policy.
What does OPT stand for?
OPT stands for Office of Telecommunications Policy
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- Military and Government
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We have 100 other meanings of OPT in our Acronym Attic
- Ocean Pout (FAO species name code )
- Ocean Power Technologies (UK & USA)
- Oceanside Photo and Telescope (Oceanside, CA)
- Off-Post Training (US Army)
- Office de Promotion du Tourisme Wallonie-Bruxelles (Sint-Gillis, Belgium)
- Office des Postes et Télécommunications
- Office des Postes et Télécommunications de Nouvelle-Calédonie (Office of Mail and Telecommunications, New Caledonia)
- Office of Pediatric Therapeutics (US FDA)
- Office of Pupil Transportation (New York, NY)
- Office of Purchasing and Travel (various organizations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
So in 1971, Clay Whitehead, head of the White House Office of Telecommunications Policy, tried to weaken the national network by calling for a "return to localism.
Nixon's chief of the Office of Telecommunications Policy, Clay T.
From 1974 to 1976 he was also Director of the White House Office of Telecommunications Policy.
Darby is a former senior economist in the White House Office of Telecommunications Policy and former Chief of the FCC's Common Carrier Bureau.
Starting out as a Federal Communications Commission attorney in 1971, he moved on to serve as counsel to the Office of Telecommunications Policy in the Executive Office of the President in early 1974.
From 1971-73, he was legal assistant to the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, and from 1974-76, served as Telecommunications Advisor to Presidents Nixon and Ford and Head of the White House Office of Telecommunications Policy.
Washington also has worked for the White House Office of Telecommunications Policy, the Federal Communications Commission and the Washington D.