EO

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AcronymDefinition
EOExecutive Order
EOEqual Opportunity
EOEssential Oil
EOEarth Observation
EOExempt Organizations (accounting)
EOExecutive Officer
EOEsperanto (ISO Language Code)
EOEthylene Oxide
EOEarth Observing
EOEvery Other
EOElectro-Optic(al)
EOEnglish Only (education)
EOEvangelische Omroep (Dutch TV and radio)
EOEngine Oil
EOEvent Organizer
EOExplosive Ordnance
EOEducation Outreach (various organizations)
EOEducation Otherwise (UK)
EOEx Officio (Latin: By Virtue of Office)
EOExchange Online (Microsoft Office)
EOEarth Orbit
EOExterior Orientation
EOExtremal Optimization (statistical physics)
EOEve Online (game)
EOEquipment Operator (Navy Seabee rating)
EOEastern Orthodox (religious denomination)
EOEnforcement Officer
EOErasable Optical
EOEnd Office
EOEdmonton Oilers (hockey)
EOEmpowered Official (various organizations)
EOEscrow Officer
EOEmergency Operation
EOEndless Online (computer game)
EOEthics Officer
EOEntrepreneurial Orientation (corporate traits)
EOEmployers Organisation (UK government)
EOEmployee Organization
EOEarly Out
EOElectrolyzed Oxidizing
EOEngineering Order
EOEstablishing Operation (applied behavior analysis)
EOEmeka Okafor (basketball player)
EOEncarta Online (Microsoft)
EOExecute Order
EOElectoral Office
EOEquality Officer
EOEngagement Operations
EOEpilepsy Ontario (Thornhill, ON, Canada)
EOEvent Order (hospitality industry)
EOElliot and Olivia (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit; TV show)
EOEnabling Objective
EOEmergency Override
EOExtra Over (construction industry)
EOEdmonton Online (.net)
EOSpecial Delivery Official (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
EOElectrical Operator (US Navy submarine watchstation)
EOEvolved Online (message board)
EOElita One (Transformers character)
EOEarth Escape Orbit
EOElderly-Onset
EO(USN Rating) Equipment Operator
EOEuclid Orchestra (Euclid, OH)
EOEngine/Engineering Officer (Navy)
EOEngage Order
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The FirstEnergy Corporation (NYSE: FE), an electric distribution company, has named Ketan K Patel as its vice president, corporate secretary and chief ethics officer effective July 1, 2016.
Whether combined with the duties of the chief compliance officer or divided into a separate chief ethics officer role, a C-level official focused on ethics can serve as an embodiment of the organization's desired ethical culture.
It consists of leaders who have a real stake in a successful program, such as the general counsel, the CFO, the senior vice president, human resources, the vice president, internal audit and the chief ethics officer.
An ethics officer aligns the practices of a workplace with the stated ethics and beliefs of that workplace to hold people accountable to ethical standards.
com)-- The Knowledge Group/The Knowledge Congress Live Webcast Series, the leading producer of regulatory focused webcasts, has announced today that Paula Drake, Associate Director, Chief Counsel, and Chief Ethics Officer, Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations, U.
17 April 2013 -- New Jersey, USA-based financial services firm Prudential Financial Inc (NYSE: PRU) said it has named Royanne Doi as its corporate chief ethics officer.
The Senate also saw a change to the position of Senate Ethics Officer due to the retirement of Jean-Guy Fournier, who left his position in March.
In a related achievement, Mark Ohringer, the firm's global general counsel and chief ethics officer, was selected by Ethisphere as one of the "World's 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics for 2011".
of Cincinnati, two promotions: Julie McGehee has been named corporate secretary and Dave Giles has been named chief ethics officer.
Surpassing our 2015 waste reduction goal five years early is a phenomenal success that demonstrates the commitment and passion of MillerCoors people across all of our brewery operations," said MillerCoors Chief Responsibility and Ethics Officer, Cornell Boggs.
14 December 2009 - US-based healthcare management and technology products company MED3OOO Inc announced today that it has appointed Hillary Harlan to the position of chief compliance and ethics officer (CCO).
In an effort to slow the revolving door between the Defense Department and industry, DOD has adopted a rule requiting senior acquisition officials to get written approval from a government ethics officer before taking a job with a defense contractor.