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ONCOffice of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (United States Government Health and Human Services)
ONCOpen Network Computing (Distributed Applications Architecture)
ONCOne Newark Center (Newark, NJ)
ONCOpen Network Computing
ONCOperational Navigation Chart
ONCOffice National de la Chasse (France)
ONCOrion Nebula Cluster
ONCOsaka University Nakanoshima Center (Osaka, Japan)
ONCOrdinary National Certificate (UK)
ONCOne Number Census (UK)
ONCOctanitrocubane (explosive)
ONCOffice National de Conciliation
ONCOld Navy Card
ONCOrthopaedic Nursing Certified
ONCOrganic Network Committee
ONCOptimum Network Configuration (network routing)
ONCOrganisation Nationale de Crise (French: National Crisis Organization)
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The first, announced on 26 September, (1) added some 193,000 to the population of England and Wales--very largely adult males, especially those aged 25-34--that, arising from a person-matching exercise in the ONS Longitudinal Study and other evidence, was calculated to have been omitted from the Census enumeration and the subsequent One Number Census estimation process.
Response rates have been calculated by area, age and sex, by comparing Census response with final counts obtained from the One Number Census described in the next section.
As explained above, the One Number Census (ONC) process was introduced for 2001 in order to overcome the coverage issue encountered with the previous Census.
Using a strategy called the One Number Census, the 2001 census was the first attempt to represent the entire population.
When the first figures from the 2001 One Number Census were released, they were heralded as the most accurate assessment of the UK population yet.