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What does OE stand for?

OE stands for Operational Element

This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Military and Government

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Practice Velocity Urgent Care Solutions[R] was founded in 2002 by urgent care physicians David Stern, MD, CPC, John Koehler, MD, FACEP, and Terry Buzzard, MD, FACEP, who together sought a more effective way for urgent care centers to handle the operational elements of running a practice, including patient flow, billing, coding, and more.
The discussions further aimed to enhance capacity and stimulate operational elements of the systems of innovations within and across the pilot countries, so as to positively contribute to the drive for sustainable economic growth and alleviation of poverty," she said.
The Carwin Advisors team has a deep understanding of the operational elements of real estate, so the extension of our services into providing capital solutions is a natural progression that will allow us to assist our investor and developer networks in turning opportunities into realities," said Patrick Vedra, Managing Director of Carwin Advisors.
JC2SP is the enabling programme that brings together applications capability and command and control information in the battlespace to deliver the operational elements of network enabled capability (NEC) including planning, decision and C2 aids for the warfighter.
One of the key operational elements of Chakra would be to train nuclear submariners of the Indian forces, as the pool of trained navy men of the 1980s has retired by now.
He warned that PAF would respond to all threats aggressively, and announced that Exercise Saffron Bandit designed to train all Operational elements in COIN Operations was progressing well; while Exercise High Mark will be carried out in March-April, 2010 along with Pak Army to test new Operational concepts /capabilities.