Nearly half of the planned activities involve collaboration between the civil rights and human capital offices.
What does HCO stand for?
HCO stands for Human Capital Office (various companies and government agencies)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of HCO
We have 58 other meanings of HCO in our Acronym Attic
- Health Care Ombudsman (Vermont)
- Health Care Organization
- Hearing Carry-Over
- Heavy Cycle Oil
- Heights Chamber Orchestra (Cleveland Heights, OH)
- Helicopter Control Officer
- Hierarchical Cycloid Overlay (algorithms)
- Hollister Company (clothing line)
- Honor Code Office (Brigham Young University; Utah)
- Hubbard Communications Office (Scientology)
- Human Capital Officer
- Hydraulic Clearance Optimization (gas turbine technology; Siemens)
- Handyman Club Of America
- Hans Christian Owners Association (yachts)
- Health Care of Australia
- Health Care Organization for Africa
- Homer Council on the Arts (Alaska)
- Huffington Center on Aging (Houston, TX)
- Humboldt County Association of Governments (Eureka, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It is managed out of the Human Capital Office with a significant amount of cooperation with staff members throughout the agency.
IRS's Human Capital Office provides guidance and sets policy.
In addition to the important areas already receiving priority attention by the Council, our work suggests that the Council should ensure that as it moves forward, its efforts address agencies' need for guidance, assistance, knowledge, and leading practices in several other key crosscutting areas such as (1)developing the capabilities required for successful implementation of human capital reform, (2) strategic human capital planning, and (3)transforming the human capital office and its processes to more fully contribute to key agency decisions.
The executive branch agencies GAO reviewed have taken key actions to integrate their human capital approaches with their strategies for accomplishing organizational missions and to shift the focus of their human capital office from primarily compliance activities to consulting activities.