Before joining Motorola, Stevens worked in communications organizations for IBM, SEMATECH and the Texas Department of Commerce, all in Austin.
What does TDOC stand for?
TDOC stands for Texas Department of Commerce
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of TDOC
We have 6 other meanings of TDOC in our Acronym Attic
- Temporary Domestic Off-Site Assignment
- Tennessee Department of Agriculture
- Tennessee Division of Archaeology (Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation)
- Texas Department on Aging (est. 1981)
- Time Difference Of Arrival
- Time or Direction Of Arrival
- Time Difference of Arrival by Differential Doppler
- Time Difference of Arrival with Differential Doppler (usually seen as TDOA/DD)
- Tallahassee Dog Obedience Club (Florida, USA)
- Tennessee Department of Correction
- Time Difference on Detection
- Time Dependent Ozone Depletion Potential
- Tennessee Department of Education (Nashville, TN)
- The Dance of Eternity (band)
- Time-Dependent Optimized Effective Potential (physics)
- The Design of Everyday Things (technology book)
- The Dungeon of Friends (gaming)
- Three Degrees of Freedom (band)
- Two Degrees of Freedom
- Tennessee Department of Health
Samples in periodicals archive:
Texas Department of Commerce data show that the chemical industry exported more than $14 billion in goods in 1995 - nearly one-quarter of the state's manufactured exports.
Our marketing campaign is paying off," says Michael Kardos, the print media coordinator for the Tourism Division of the Texas Department of Commerce.
Prior to his Washington service, he served as Deputy Director of the Texas Department of Commerce.
Undersecretary of Commerce in the Ford Administration, as energy advisor to the Governor of Texas for four years, and as Chairman of the Texas Department of Commerce.
Sanderson stated, "We received an extraordinary amount of cooperation from economic development and governmental officials in the cities of Bryan, College Station and Franklin, as well as Brazos and Robertson Counties, the Texas Department of Agriculture and the Texas Department of Commerce.
Arnett, executive director of the Texas Department of Commerce.
Attending the ceremonies were officials from Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding of Japan, Aerojet, Texas Department of Commerce, Texas Department of Transportation, Houston Power & Light, Oklahoma Gas & Electric, Collmer Semiconductor, Sacramento Municipal Utility District and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI).