CBO

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AcronymDefinition
CBOCongressional Budget Office
CBOCommunity-Based Organization
CBOCost Based Optimizer
CBOCenter for Business Optimization
CBOCustom Business Object
CBOContinuous Bitstream Oriented
CBOCommon Business Object
CBOConstruction Business Owner (Cahaba Media Group, Inc.)
CBOCollateralized Bond Obligation
CBOCannon Beach (Amtrak station code; Cannon Beach, OR)
CBOCentral Bank of Oman
CBOCompanhia Brasileira de Offshore
CBOCheddar Bacon Onion (McDonald's)
CBOChief Brand Officer (corporate title)
CBOCotabato, Philippines (Airport Code)
CBOCombined Bomber Offensive
CBOChurch Based Organization
CBOCertified Building Official
CBOCreating Business Opportunities (various organizations)
CBOChief Business Official
CBOCellobiose Oxidase (enzyme)
CBOCollective Bargaining Organization (various organizations)
CBOCommunity Based Order
CBOCampus Budget Office (various schools)
CBOCoupling Between Object Classes
CBOCasablanca Orchestra (Minneapolis, MN)
CBOChief Banking Officer (corporate title)
CBOConsumer Business Organization (various organizations)
CBOCross Border Operation
CBOCarbon Black Oil
CBOCanadian Banking Ombudsman
CBOChicken Bacon Oignons (French McDonald's sandwich)
CBOCombined Business Office
CBOConduction Band Offset (semiconductor property)
CBOContinuous Bit-Stream Oriented
CBOClub Badminton Orchies (French: Orchies Badminton Club; Orchies, France)
CBOConcept Bijoux Or (French: Gold Jewelry Design; La Chapelle-sur-Erdre, France)
CBOChief Brokerage Officer (corporate title)
CBOCommercial Back Office (various companies)
CBOCentraal Begeleidings Orgaan voor de Intercollegiale Toetsing (Dutch)
CBOAir Post Semipostal-Official (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
CBOControl Board Operator
CBOContext Bound Object (.net/c# programming)
CBOComputer Burst Order
CBOCoulomb Blockade Oscillations
CBOCivic Brotherhood Organization
CBOCommodity Business Operations
CBOCorrected Born-Oppenheimer
CBOConsumption Based Ordering
CBOClub de Badminton d'Oberhausbergen (French: Oberhausbergen Badminton Club; Oberhausbergen, France)
CBOCareer Broadening Objectives
CBOCollar Bone On (fish processing)
CBOChief Branch Officer (corporate title)
CBOComplaint Board Operator (call taker)
CBOCollège de Bois d'Olive (French: Olive Wood College; Territorial Collectivity of Saint Pierre and Miquelon)
CBOCentre de Bilan et d'Orientation (French: Center for Assessment and Orientation)
CBOCommand Bridge Operations
CBOConfirmation of Broadcast Order
CBOCentre for Business Optimization (IBM)
CBOChange in Beneficial Owner
CBOCentral Briefing Office
CBOCitizen Based Organisation
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According to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), a bipartisan bill that is on the Senate floor this week would increase the chances of government funding to bail out failed banks.
By ensuring that future Congressional Budget Office studies extend beyond the existing ten-year budget window, this bill will help us fully understand the long-term benefits and maximize the impact of preventive care to improve overall health, in Maine and across the country.
com/will-congressional-budget-office-say-how-many-people-could-lose-health-insurance-2507258) Will The Congressional Budget Office Say How Many People Could Lose Health Insurance?
On May 4, 2010, the Joint Committee on Taxation advised the Congressional Budget Office to omit family members from its projections when determining whether employees pay more than 9.
Congress should mandate the Joint Committee on Taxation and Congressional Budget Office to incorporate the excess burden of taxation in their budget analyses, including cost estimates of legislation, baseline budget projections, and budget options, insists Conover.
According to the Congressional Budget Office study, beginning in the 1960s, concurrency became more common under Defense Secretary Robert McNamara, who encouraged a "total package procurement" approach to weapons acquisition.
The Congressional Budget Office said that new households can absorb around 1.
Buffalo, NY), is a three-volume set that contains hearings, debates and presidential materials from 1998-2005 that relate to the efforts to enact class action legislation, and which express the conflicting views of the many bills that were introduced from the 105th to 109th Congresses, as well as Congressional Budget Office reports on the proposed legislation.
You can see it in Congress in the dismantling of the Office of Technology Assessment or the politicization of the Congressional Budget Office.
It was developed in cooperation with the Secretary of the Treasury and the Directors of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).
11 range from $30 billion to $40 billion, including about $20 billion in losses in New York City that would have qualified for coverage under TRIA had the law been in effect on that date, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
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