An official from the office of the chief executive officer of the municipality, Niilo Taapopi told the Economist that throughout the six month pilot period, the City will monitor how the contracted vendors run operations, after which "if we are satisfied, the City will go back to our local tender board and appoint them," said the official.
What does OCEO stand for?
OCEO stands for Office of the Chief Executive Officer (various organizations)
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- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 1 other meaning of OCEO in our Acronym Attic
- Orange County Emergency Management (various states)
- Organisation for Cultural Exchange and Mishap (Australia)
- Ocean Carrier Equipment Management Association
- Orange County Environmental Management Agency (Santa Ana, CA)
- Office of Communications, Education and Media Relations
- Online College Education Network
- Ocean and Coastal Environmental Sensing
- Ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschappen (Dutch: ministry for education, culture and science)
- Offensive Cyber Effects Operations
- Office of the Chief Electoral Officer (Canada)
- Olympic College Environmental Outreach
- Open Change Engineering Order
- Opportunities to Change, Educate and Overcome (Tallahassee, FL)
- Office of Cultural and Ethnic Programs (University of New Mexico)
- Online Course Evaluation Project (distance learning)
- Organic Center for Education and Promotion
- Organizational Compliance Evaluation Program
- Office of Communications, Education, and Public Affairs
- Ohio Council of Educational Purchasing Consortia
- Office of Chemical Emergency Preparedness and Prevention (US EPA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Thomas Haig will take on the new role of executive vice president assigned to the office of the chief executive officer.
With corporations becoming increasingly concerned about costs, real estate responsibilities have passed from the office of the Chief Executive Officer to the CFO and treasury disciplines, which are far more scrutinous in some respects.