CEW members may be designated as: 1) Emergency-Essential (E-E), 2) Non-combat Essential (NCE), and 3) Capability-Based Volunteers, including Capability-Based Former DoD Employees.
What does E-E stand for?
E-E stands for Emergency-Essential
This definition appears frequently
See other definitions of E-E
We have 48 other meanings of E-E in our Acronym Attic
- Enhanced Dedicated Channel (wireless networks)
- Enhanced Defense Collaboration Tool Suite
- E-Director of Information, Operations, and Technology (Dilbert comic)
- e-Disease Management
- Expeditionary Deployable Oxygen Concentration System
- E-Dedicated Physical Data Channel
- Electronic Document Processing Request (FAO)
- DRIving New E-(K)commerce Systems
- European Digital Subscriber Signaling-System No. 1
- Enterprise-E (Star Trek)
- Electronic Environment Licensing Forms (Australia)
- Econo-functional aesthetic balance (architectural philosophy)
- European Federation of Associations of Industrial and Technical Heritage (EU)
- Electronic Facility Clearance System (Defense Security Service)
- Enhanced-Mode Field Effect Transistor
- Electronic Facial Identification Technique
- Electronic Freedom of Information Act Amendments of 1996
- Enhanced-Frequency Shift Keying
Samples in periodicals archive:
Other people, such as emergency-essential and comparable Department of Defense civilian employees and certain contractors performing essential services, may also be included in the program.
Hence, positions at the IMA regions and the installations may be staffed with emergency-essential civilians and contractors with wartime provisions in their contracts.
Army costs in one contract, emergency-essential contractual provisions, and hazardous duty pay.