It has been refined over the past several years to help fulfill the Office of Secretary of Defense order to suppliers to provide low cost passive RFID tags on assets shipped to the government and provide visibility from "the factory to the foxhole.
What does DO stand for?
DO stands for Defense Order
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 29 other meanings of DO in our Acronym Attic
- Dame Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit (honorary title)
- Doe Niet Zo Moeilijk! (weblog; Dutch: Not So Hard to Do!)
- De Nieuwe Zorg Thuis (Dutch: The New Home Care)
- Daily Orange (Syracuse University student newspaper; New York)
- Dark One (Wheel of Time series)
- Data Object
- Data Out
- Dawson and Oberman (plasmas)
- Day Off
Samples in periodicals archive:
25 million in sales) reported that it received a total of more than $45 million in new Department of Defense orders during September and October, bringing the total value of this Centreville, Virginia-based company's six active DOD contracts to $225 million through 2010.
Many of these have been adversely affected by the recession and by the decline of defense orders to those big contractors.
Chairman Sir Ernest Harrison sees a major opportunity for the company in the forthcoming consolidation of the European defense industry, and Racal has just picked up 50m pounds worth of defense orders and formed a new subsidiary with Thomson-CSF Communications called MBN Ltd.