JEOM

AcronymDefinition
JEOMJoint Educational Opportunities for Minorities (US DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program)
References in periodicals archive ?
JEOM further said that elections were highly significant for the democratic process in Pakistan.
On this occasion, the JEOM sought to verify whether the recommendations it had made after the first round had been taken into account and implemented.
As elections drew to a close, the JEOM Chief of Mission Colin Granderson emphasized the excellent civic participation of the Haitian people, which "made it possible to hold the second round of elections in a peaceful fashion, thus contributing to democratic practices in the country as well as the credibility and legitimacy of the electoral process."
The OAS and CARICOM formed the largest ever Joint Election Observation Mission (JEOM).
ISLAMABAD, July 01, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Newly appointed Chinese ambassador to Pakistan Leo Jeom Thursday called on Interior Minister Rehman Malik and discussed issues of bilateral interest.
The OAS and the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) also worked together to carry out a Joint Election Observation Mission (JEOM) to witness the developments in the presidential and legislative elections in Haiti in November.
The JEOM report stated that "in spite of the rapid increase in incidents of election-related violence and the prevailing unrest of the population in the last few days of the campaign, the elections were conducted, to a certain point, relatively well, to the benefit of political parties and citizenry."