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What does OU stand for?

OU stands for Organizational Unit

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

  • Information technology (IT) and computers
  • Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.

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We have 8 other meanings of OU in our Acronym Attic

Samples in periodicals archive:

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Maryam Al Hammadi, Director of Organizational Excellence Department presented the evaluation results of the municipality and organizational units in all criteria and displayed the most successful experiences applied in the organizational units and most prominent areas for institutional improvement that should be focused, in addition to the detailed results of organizational units in every standard of excellence.
Summary: Amman, June 10, 2010, SPA -- A visiting Saudi delegation from the Ministry of Higher Education paid a visit here today to the Jordanian Ministry of Higher Education to get acquainted with the organizational structure of the Ministry, its organizational units and functions.
Army Requiring Activities are defined as the organizational units that submit a written requirement or statement of need for services that are to be satisfied by a contract.
Under the reorganization, the IRS replaced the national, regional and district structure with organizational units serving particular industries and taxpayer groups.
Organizational Units (OUs) enable administrators to group users, file shares, printers, and the like within a domain into a hierarchy more closely matching organizational realities, giving them far more granular control over controlling administrative rights.