PMO

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AcronymDefinition
PMOPlymouth (Amtrak station code; Plymouth, NH)
PMOPrime Minister's Office
PMOPisses Me Off
PMOPut Me On
PMOPorn, Masturbation, Orgasm
PMOPortmaster Office Router
PMOProgram Management Office
PMOPresent Mode of Operation
PMOPolicy Management Object
PMOPasteurized Milk Ordinance (USA Milk Industry)
PMOPremier Oil Plc (stock symbol)
PMOPostmenopausal Osteoporosis
PMOProvost Marshal's Office
PMOProject Management Operations
PMOProgram Management Organization
PMOProduction Management Office(r) (US DoD)
PMOPerformance Management Office
PMOPreventive Medicine Officer
PMOPersonnel Management Officer (US DoD)
PMOPalermo, Sicily, Italy - Punta Raisi (Airport Code)
PMOPresent Method of Operation
PMOPortfolio Management Officer
PMOPreventive Maintenance Optimization
PMOProgram Manager's Office
PMOPrivate Message Offer (gaming)
PMOPolice Motorcycle Officer
PMOPurdue Musical Organization
PMOPriority Material Office (US Navy)
PMOPremium Member Only
PMOPriority Management Objective
PMOProject Management Office/r
PMOProgram Management Office/r
PMOProduct Managers Office
PMOPalomar Mountain Observatory (also seen as PMOb)
PMOPlant Maintenance Order
PMOPolaris Material Officer
PMOPush Me Out
PMOPrecision Marksman/Observer (course)
PMOPlanned Maintenance Outage
PMOPaymasters' Office (European Commission, Brussels, Belgium)
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* The Columbus*Stat panel--which includes the mayor, his chief of staff, and his director of policy, the Financial Management Division administrator (who supervises the Performance Management Office), and the directors of the finance, human resources, and information technology departments--receive the same briefing documents as staff members, along with suggested questions developed by the performance management analyst.
In addition to preparing and facilitating the Columbus*Stat meetings, a key focus of the Performance Management Office is working with departments to ensure they are tracking the right measures, as data overload is a concern.
In addition, some department heads thought the Performance Management Office did not understand certain departmental operations, and that their operations could not be quantified.
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