Furthermore, while contracting officials have some face-to-face interaction with prime contractors, the subcontractors doing the work at the district level are usually unknown at both the tactical warfighter level and the contracting official level.
What does CO stand for?
CO stands for Contracting Official
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 60 other meanings of CO in our Acronym Attic
- Conseiller d'Orientation (French)
- Consent Order
- Conservation Operations
- Consoleone (Novell GUI)
- Consolidated Obligation
- Constant Observation (medical care)
- Constraint Oriented
- Consumer Ombudsman (UK)
- Continental Airlines (airline code)
- Contracting Officer
Samples in periodicals archive:
Army contracting officials stationed at Camp Arifjan, an Army base in Kuwait, and to money laundering conspiracy.
The CHFS announced the state's 20 top-performing child support contracting officials and one that made significant improvement during the past year.
The systems used did not have a mechanism for contracting officials to electronically document their review of miscellaneous obligations and no manual documentation procedures had been developed.
WASHINGTON (PAN): Two Afghan-Americans were charged Thursday with conspiracy and bribery in connection with a scheme to offer $1 million in bribes to a US Army contracting official in order to influence the award of a road construction contract in Afghanistan.
The contracts in question cover a wide variety of services and support, many of which have a direct impact on the warfighter, according to Colleen Phipps, a contracting official in the AETC Acquisition Support branch.
7) The DoD IG also found that contracting officials have "used loopholes within the broad [categorical definitions of commercial items] without justification to support the availability in the commercial marketplace for these defense systems and subsystems.