DPRO

AcronymDefinition
DPRODisplay Processor (firefighting)
DPRODisabled Person's Railcard Office (UK)
DPRODistrict Public Relations Office
DPRODouble-Pass Reverse Osmosis (water filtration system)
DPRODefense Procurement Regional Office
DPRODepartment of Plant Resources Officer
DPRODefense Plant Representative Office/Officer
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A compilation video of the event can be found on the YouTube channel "DPro Agency." The event's founders stress that the video element is not for recognition, but to inspire others to embrace the spirit of giving this holiday season.
The results were priceless in smiles, hugs and over whelming gratitude," said Noel Thompson, CEO DPro. "Our goal now is to have others join the festivities and post their results under #TistheReason."
DPro and Tipping Point members plan keeping this tradition the following holiday season, and hope that other local business either donate funding or join in the event next year.
Catalogs of all purchase history, sorted by part number and updated monthly, were distributed to the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) and Defense Plant Representative Office (DPRO) resident personnel.
No formal training in the use of PDIS was given to DPRO or DCAA personnel.
MDHS argued, with regard to the PO's issued after the pre-award audit, that all the data was available in the PDIS, which DCAA and DPRO habitually used.