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What does OeE stand for?
OeE stands for Office of the E-Envoy (UK)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
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We have 28 other meanings of OeE in our Acronym Attic
- Ohio Education Directory System (Ohio Department of Education)
- Observatoire Européen des Drogues et des Toxicomanies (European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction)
- Osservatorio Europeo delle Droghe e delle Tossicodipendenze (Italian: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addition)
- Organismos Ekdoseos Didaktikon Vivlion (Greek: Organization for the Publishing of School Books)
- Osage Exploration and Development, Inc.
- Observatoire de l'Épargne Européenne
- Office de l'Efficacité Énergétique (Office of Energy Efficiency - Canada)
- Office of Energy Efficiency (Canada)
- Office of Environmental Education
- Office of Export Enforcement, Intelligence Division
- Offline Explorer Enterprise (software; MetaProducts Software Corporation)
- Operating Equipment Effectivity
- Operators Extra Expense (insurance)
- Order of the Evil Eye (Satanism)
- Orthogonal Exponential Expansion
- Outdoor and Experiential Education (various locations)
- Overall Equipment Effectiveness
- Overall Equipment Efficiency
- Oxygen-evolving Enhancer Protein 1
- Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology Branch (US National Cancer Institute)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It will need 'a miracle' for the government to meets its target of getting all its services on-line by the end of 2005, a senior official in the Office of the e-Envoy told a conference in London Dr Steve Marsh, the e-Envoy's director of information assurance, was talking at Internet Goes Public, a meeting which brought together representatives of the Internet industry and local and central government to explore some of the practical issues involved in delivering 'e-government' in the UK.
Paul Waller, director of e-democracy at the Office of the e-Envoy in the Cabinet Office, says: 'It is evident that vast numbers of people are willing to use new technologies as part of a decisionmaking process.
00 Public Sector: Graham Walker - Director - Central Strategy unit, Office of the e-envoy 10.