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COCompany
COCentral Office (telecommunications/telephony)
COColorado (US postal abbreviation)
COCommanding Officer
COCarbon Monoxide
COCall-Out
COColombia
COChange Order
COCourse
COCash Out (mortgage refinancing)
COCounty
COConference
COCurrent Operations
COChief Officer
COCheckout
COCommand
COCabinet Office
COComo (Lombardia, Italy)
COColton (blood group)
COCertificate of Origin
COControlling
COCommunity Organizer (Philippines)
COCompliance
COChill Out
COConnection Oriented
COCombat (game, Natural Selection)
COCommunity Outreach
COCellular One
COComplain Of
COcrude oil
COCharlotte Observer (newspaper)
COCompliance Officer
COCardiac Output
COCobalt
COColchester (postcode, United Kingdom)
COCertificate of Occupancy
COConan O'Brien
COCorrectional Officer
COCommunications Officer
COCastor Oil
COColonial Office (UK)
COCargo Operations
COCommissioned Officer
COCompliance Order
COCaptain Obvious
COCutoff
COChinese Orchestra
COCompañía (Spanish)
COCornish (linguistics)
COContinental Airlines (airline code)
COCorrection Officer
COClinical Operations
COCovert Operations (gaming)
COClean Out (sewers/drains)
COCombinatorial Optimization (workshop)
COContracting Officer
COCash Order
COConsent Order
COConscientious Objector
COCorporación (Spanish)
COCertifying Officer
COCombined Operations (gaming)
COClerical Officer (obsolete, now AO)
COCollection Officer
COClothes Optional
COChampions Online (game)
COConstant Observation (medical care)
COCommand Output
COCircle Officer (India)
COCore Operation(s)
COClinical Officer (hospital)
COCommand Operations
COCommitment to Perform (common feature; Capability Maturity Model Integration)
COChief Operator
COConsoleone (Novell GUI)
COCargo Oil
COCombinatorics and Optimization (field of pure mathematics)
COContracting Official
COConvert Out
COConsumer Ombudsman (UK)
COConservation Operations
COConseiller d'Orientation (French)
COCase Operations
COCertified Orthotist (ABC)
COColumbia Orchestra (Ellicott City, MD)
COComitissa (Latin: Countess, Codices And Manuscripts)
COCustodial Officer
COConstraint Oriented
COChosen Overseer
COCoastal Chart
COCircuit Overseer (Jehovah's Witnesses)
COCaucasian Ovtcharka (dog breed)
COCommand Outpost
COCaptive Office (Nortel)
COConsolidated Obligation
COAir Post Official (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
COCiceronian Oration
COCombat Aptitude Area
COCongregation of the Oratory, Oratorians (religious order)
COComercializadora de Occidente SA (Guatemala)
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The GAO refined the definition of "good faith" in analyzing the liability of disbursing and certifying officers in Clarence Maddox--Relief of Liability for Improper Payment for Bottled Water.
(235) The employee held "a position of senior stature with responsibility for compliance with applicable laws," (236) but had not been formally designated in writing as a certifying officer. (237) Consequently, the GAO held that the employee was not a certifying officer, but was essentially an "approving" official.
While recognizing the certifying officer's usual obligation to certify legality and correctness, the CG found that the certification contained on the voucher (made by the defense attache) combined with the authority of 10 U.S.C.
Prior to the implementation of certifying officer legislation in DoD, multiple statement (invoice) reviews were conducted by (in order) cardholders, approving officials, and disbursing offices.
A certifying officer of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), U.S.
"All the members of the Philhealth Board of Directors who authorized the grant of the disallowed benefits and the approving and certifying officers of the payments shall remain solidarily liable for the total amount of disallowance," the decision read.
A team from the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), a European Union body mandated to audit the certification systems of states that supply officers and officers-in-charge (OICs) to the European fleet, was recently in town to evaluate maritime education and training in the Philippines as well as the system for certifying officers. Unknown to many, the Philippines is being audited more frequently than other countries as the high demand for Filipino seafarers focused global attention to the country's capacity to supply seamen who meet the 1978 Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW), an international convention ratified by the Philippine Senate that contains a codebook of basic competencies for seafarers.
He worked in the embassy's Financial Management Center for 31 years, and was one of the Department's first FSN certifying officers. His regional responsibilities included several South Pacific posts, in addition to those in Australia.
Similarly, it was also alleged that banks used 'certifying officers' who were not their employees to execute vital legal documents.
[Disbursing officers] must depend on certifying officers to ensure that a transaction has been processed through all designated responsible and authorized officials; is properly documented, is computed correctly according to source documents; and is not improper, unreasonable, or fraudulent according to the information available.
The town joined at the urging of the Police Department, which uses the range for certifying officers in firearms training.
If the target's existing controls are being adopted by the acquirer, the acquirer and the certifying officers must establish a certain level of comfort with those controls through the diligence process.