AOCG

AcronymDefinition
AOCGAlpha Omega Consulting Group, Inc. (Nashville, TN)
AOCGArmy Special Operations Command
References in periodicals archive ?
Anchor Computer's Paul Lacey says compliance "burns up a lot of time -- the call center should probably dedicate one full-time position to ascertain each state's specific telemarketing requirements, register with every state the company calls, purchase all the states' updated lists and update them immediately." AOCG's Mike Burch adds, "The level of expertise required to take two unrelated databases and remove ALL records appearing in the DNC database from the contact database is beyond the ability of most nonprogrammers."
Customs Deputy Commissioner for Assessment and Operations Coordinating Group (AOCG) Agaton Uvero said that based on historical data, shipments dramatically increase from September to December of each year.
Advincula Jr., who is closely working with BOC Deputy Commissioner for the Assessment and Operations Coordinating Group (AOCG) Edward James A.
Deputy Commissioner Edward James Dy Buco, Assessment and Operations Coordination Group (AOCG)
It is created to act as a central governing body, and is composed mostly of personnel from the following offices of the Bureau: Intelligence and Enforcement Groups (IG/EG), Assessment and Operations Coordinating Group (AOCG), Revenue Collection Monitoring Group, Management Information System and Technology Group (MISTG), and the offices of Risk Management (RMO), Accounts Management (AMO) and X-ray Inspection project.
IAS director Arnulfo Gambayan recommended the suspension of the importers and brokers to BOC's Assessment and Operations Coordinating Group (AOCG) and was forwarded to the legal service of the Revenue Collection and Monitoring Group (RCMG) and AMO for implementation.
For example, the deputy commissioner for assessment, operations coordinating group (AOCG), Agaton Teodoro Uvero; and the director for import assessment services (IAS), Arnulfo Gambayan, reportedly run a customs brokerage firm.