CIO


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AcronymDefinition
CIOChief Information Officer (corporate title)
CIOChief Investment Officer (corporate title)
CIOCongress of Industrial Organizations
CIOCongress of Industrial Organizations (the prior half of the AFL-CIO, 1936-1955)
CIOCheck It Out
CIOComite International Olympique (International Olympic Committee)
CIOChief Innovation Officer
CIOCentre d'Information et d'Orientation (French)
CIOCareer Is Over
CIOCut It Out
CIOCentral Imagery Office
CIOChairman-In-Office
CIOChief Intelligence Officer
CIOChief Immigration Officer
CIOCrying It Out (child care; parenting)
CIOCorporate Information Officer
CIOCorporate Information Office
CIOConfederation of Indian Organisations (est. 1975)
CIOConventional International Origin
CIOCredit Industriel de l Ouest (French: Western French Bank)
CIOCisco Information Online
CIOCouncil of Islamic Organizations
CIOCanada Information Office
CIOChief Integrity Officer (corporate title)
CIOCoordination, Implementation and Operation
CIOChief Investigation Officer
CIOCarrier Insertion Oscillator (radio receivers)
CIOCommission Internationale d'Optique (French)
CIOCentral Intelligence Officer
CIOContinuous Improvement Opportunity
CIOComite International d'Orientation (French: Intercommunal Orientation Committee)
CIOCentral Imperial Order
CIOCenter Information Officer
CIOCollege d'Implantologie Orale
CIOCombat Intelligence Officer
CIOCommunity Involvement and Outreach Office (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
CIOCommand Issuing Office
CIOCIS Information On-Line
CIOContacts Interviews Orders
CIOCentral Indian Ocean
References in periodicals archive ?
Findings from the quarterly CIO Magazine Tech Poll(TM) show IT spending projections decreased in October-December with CIOs predicting IT spending increases of 5.
Dig's InfoWorld recently published survey results that indicate that most often CTOs take the lead on decisions that involve business goals and technology at companies that have both a CIO and CTO, or other senior technology strategist.
The essays collected by Staughton Lynd, meanwhile, explicitly reach beyond the CIO in search of what Lynd calls "community-based unionism" or "solidarity unionism.