THE Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government announced the Government's intention in principle to abolish the Government Office for the West Midlands, based in Birmingham and employing 170 local people.
What does GO-WM stand for?
GO-WM stands for Government Office for the West Midlands (UK)
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- Greatest of Constant False Alarm Rate (target detection algorithm)
- Government Owned Contractor Operated
- Government Office for the East Midlands (UK)
- Government Office for Eastern Region (UK)
- Group Orthogonal Multi-Carrier Code-Division Multiple Access
- Government Office for the North West (UK)
- Graves' Ophthalmopathy Quality of Life Questionnaire
- Gaussian Orbital Self-Consistent Field
- Government Office for the South West (UK)
- Geometrical Optics/Aperture Integration (method)
- Ground Out/Fly Out (baseball statistic)
- Guest Observer/Archival Researcher
- Government Owned / Government Operated
- Lubricating Oil, Gear
- GO/No Go
- Geometrical Optics/Physical Optics
- Geometrical Optics/Uniform Theory of Diffraction
- Gaseous Oxygen
Samples in periodicals archive:
THE Government Office for the West Midlands is to be abolished, it has been announced.
Representatives from public sector unions gave speeches on the steps of the Government Office for the West Midlands on Colmore Row.
The announcement was made at the March meeting of the West Midlands Taskforce in Birmingham and the leaders of Advantage West Midlands, Business Link West Midlands, Jobcentre Plus, Manufacturing Advisory Service - West Midlands, Government Office for the West Midlands and the Learning and Skills Council agreed to make this commitment a priority.
The Government Office for the West Midlands is now to examine three proposals put forward for them by consultants Nathaniel Lichfield.
Anne Frost, deputy director at the Government Office for the West Midlands said: "The steering group is considering these proposals and their recommendations will be submitted to the Regional Planning Bodies shortly.
And Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles has announced that the Government Office for the West Midlands, in Colmore Row, will be closed with the loss of 180 jobs.
The Government Office for the West Midlands (GOWM) has commissioned Nathaniel Lichfield and Partners (NLP) to undertake a study to look at potential locations for accommodating new housing in the region to meet the levels of proposed by the National Housing and Planning Advice Unit (NHPAU).