The Open Method of Coordination as a 'Two-Level Game'.
What does OMC stand for?
OMC stands for Open Method of Coordination (EU)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 250 other meanings of OMC in our Acronym Attic
- One More Chance
- One-Man Clan
- One-Man Control
- Oneness Mission Club
- Online Medical Control (Canadian Coast Guard, Rescue Specialist)
- Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship
- Onward Manufacturing Company (est. 1906)
- Opel Motorsport Club (car club)
- Open Management Consortium (open source computing)
- Open Market Committee
- Open Music Contest
- Operation and Maintenance Cell
- Operation and Maintenance Costs
- Operation and Management Center
- Operational Medicine Consultants (Richmond, VA)
- Operations and Maintenance Center
- Operations, Maintenance and Construction (Canada)
- Operations/Maintenance Coordinator
- Optic/Millimeter-wave Converter
- Optical Media Center (Broadwing)
Samples in periodicals archive:
00 Paperback HC240 The Open Method of Coordination (OMC) is one of a family of non-binding approaches collectively known as soft governance in contrast to The Community Method with its conventional laws and enforcement.
Taking into account different institutional frameworks and economic conditions in the EU member states, the open method of coordination aims to create convergence by defining common employment objectives while leaving the policy measures in national responsibility.
The Open Method of Coordination In order to monitor progress of the Strategy, the EU has developed new working methodologies, such as the open method of coordination (OMC).
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] In the context of the open method of coordination established by the Lisbon Summit, the Community action programme to combat social exclusion (2002-2006) was set up to support cooperation that enables the Community and participating countries to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of policies to combat social exclusion.