The agency's Office of Professional Responsibility noted there had been a "rash of sexting" among staff who used government-issued devices to send graphic texts and nude photos.
What does OPR stand for?
OPR stands for Office of Professional Responsibility
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 121 other meanings of OPR in our Acronym Attic
- Onset, Provocation, Quality, Radiation, Severity, Time (pain evaluation)
- Odd-Perfect Quadrature Sequence
- Office of Parental Representation (various locations)
- Office of Parks and Recreation (Oakland, CA)
- Office of Planning and Research
- Office of Population Research (Princeton University)
- Office of Primary Responsibility
- Office of Prime Responsibility
- Office of Principal Responsibility
- Office of Professional Regulation (various locations)
- Office of Public Record
- Office of Public Relations (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services)
- Officer Performance Report
- Officer with Primary Responsibility
- Official Poker Rankings (website)
- Offre Publique de Retrait
- Offsite Procurement Request
- Ohio Pig Roast (catering; Columbus, OH)
- Old Parochial Register (genealogy; UK)
- Old People Rock
Samples in periodicals archive:
Set forth below are examples of cases adjudicated by the Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) during the last quarter," Will wrote in the e-mail.
Karen Hawkins, Director of the IRS Office of Professional Responsibility, will be on hand to discuss regulations in place for those representing taxpayers in front of the IRS.
In announcing the disbarment of a CPA in July 2010 (IR-2010-82), Karen Hawkins, the director of the IRS Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR), said, "Practitioners who think OPR isn't serious about due diligence should take heed.
The spokesman said the matter had been turned over to the agency's Office of Professional Responsibility.
The IRS Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) will continue to enforce the Circular 230 provisions relating to practitioner conduct and discipline, but the final regulations generally remove references to the OPR with respect to registered tax preparers to "allow flexibility to adjust responsibility appropriately between [OPR and IRS functions enforcing Title 26 requirements] as the return preparer initiative is implemented.