GPO


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AcronymDefinition
GPOGroup Policy Object (Microsoft Windows)
GPOGovernment Printing Office
GPOGroup Purchasing Organization
GPOGovernment Pension Offset
GPOGeneral Post Office
GPOGreen Party of Ontario (Ontario, Canada)
GPOGiant Pacific Octopus
GPOGroup Policy Object
GPOGeneral Portage Overlay
GPOGarritan Personal Orchestra
GPOGovernment Project Officer
GPOGeneral Purpose Output
GPOGas Pipeline Operator
GPOGovernment Publications Office
GPOGenesis P-Orridge
GPOGreeley Philharmonic Orchestra (Greeley, CO)
GPOGeneral Practitioner in Oncology (Canada)
GPOGuaranteed Purchase Option (insurance)
GPOGood for Parts Only
GPOGeneral Power Outlet (electrical; chiefly Australia)
GPOGeophysical Prove-Out (US Army Corps of Engineers)
GPOGeschäftsprozess Optimierung
GPOGeneral Purpose Outlet (electrical outlet)
GPOGun Position Officer
GPOGOOS Project Office
GPOGlobal Process Owner
GPOGift Planning Officer (various organizations)
GPOGemeindeparteiobmann (Austria, Europe)
GPOGuam Premium Outlets (Guam USA)
GPOGraphics Processor Option (VT100)
GPOGlobal Process Outsourcing
GPOGoosepimp Orchestra (band)
GPOGeneralized Physical Optics Method
GPOGround-Based FEL Project Office
GPOGun Plot Officer
GPOGrade Print Out
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GPO proved to be an obvious choice for the department to consult because at the beginning of the war, the Office of Price Administration (OPA) had posed a somewhat related problem, and GPO had produced an innovative solution.
Jensen commented that what really sets GPO apart from the optics crowd is their knowledge and experience with research and development, quality control and a comprehensive understanding of the international supply chain.
The value of its first contract was not disclosed but GPO Heavylift is following up with 80-90 prospective projects ranging from $30 million to $80 million each.
A notable endeavor on part of the GPO and an academic library, this project is part of the FDLP Content Partnership Program (digital.library.unt.edu/explore/collection/GDCC).
The GPO will continue to operate as the State's flagship Post Office and An Post's headquarters while the public Post Office hall and its unique original 1929 features will be retained in their current layout.
January and the Jewish month of Tishrei are separated by an entire quarter and will never meet, but GPO seeks to bring them together through a joint greeting for the years 5774 and 2014: A Happy New Year postcard inspired by the Jewish High Holidays, which will be sent to foreign journalists in late December when they celebrate New Year's Eve.
Tackett: And that's because of a GPO's breadth of contracts with suppliers.
Despite the Internet or other electronic mailing facilities GPO has its own importance but twenty years of insurgency has also affected the postal services.
"Entegration brings the IT component that was missing to the GPO members," stated Dwight P.
Easily managed by technical and non-technical users alike, the AIB provides users with a Web browser-based configuration user interface featuring a series of drop-down menus and fill-in-the-box entries that make it easy to map an event input (GPI, serial, Ethernet, SNMP) to one or more action outputs (GPO, serial, Ethernet, SNMP).
One of the greatest changes from GPO Access is the availability of multiple document formats and metadata.
"In an IDN, you're a jack of many trades, but GPO contract managers are very focused on one specific area," Moore says.