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POEPath of Exile (gaming)
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POEPortfolio of Evidence
POEPeace On Earth
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POEPoint of Equilibrium
POEProjekt Ostry Emade (Polish: Rough Draft Emade)
POEPropagation of Error (statistical software)
POEProperty of Equality (mathematics)
POEPeriod of Enrollment (financial aid)
POEPorts of Entry
POEPoint of Exit
POEPoint of Existence (game)
POEPublic Outreach and Education (various locations)
POEPortal of Evil (website)
POEPaid Owned Earned Media (marketing)
POEPrecio de Oportunidad de la Energía (Spanish: Price Energy Opportunity)
POEPower over Ethernet
POEPersistent Object Environment
POEPerl over Ethernet
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POEPlace of Employment
POEProcess of Elimination
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POEPost Occupancy Evaluation (now Facility Performance Evaluation)
POEPerl Object Environment
POEProblem of Evil (theology)
POEPrinciples of Engineering
POEPolyolester (type of oil for A/C)
POEPhysician Order Entry
POEPipe Organ Encounter
POEProvider Outreach and Education Advisory Group (US Medicare)
POEPoint of Embarkation
POEPurity of Essence (Dr. Strangelove)
POEPolyolefin Elastomer (polymer)
POEProofs of Entitlement (IBM)
POEPublicly Owned Enterprise (Kosovo)
POEPiece of Eight (old English currency)
POEParallel Operating Environment (IBM)
POEPoint of Exposure
POEPrimary Operating Environment (Australia)
POEProgram Office Estimate
POEProactive Office Encounter
POEPoint Operating Equipment (railway engineering)
POEProjected Operational Environment
POEPlan of Exploration
POEProbability of Exceedence
POEpoint of ending
POEPost Office Express
POEPilot Operational Equipment (US NASA)
POEPlanet Ouest Evasion (French club)
POEPredict, Observe and Explain (science education)
POEPrivately Owned Enterprise
POEProof of Export
POEPoint of Essence
POEPriority of Effort
POEPosture of Engagement
POEPrecise Orbit Ephemerides
POEProgram of Execution
POEPersonally Owned Equipment (various organizations)
POEprotubérance occipitale externe
POEPay Option Election
POEProjected Operating Employment (Navy Association with ROC)
POEProcess Overall Efficiency (engineering)
POEProfessional Office Enterprises
POEProof of Enabler
POEProposed/Projected Operational Environment
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(49) The TVA has endured as a publicly owned enterprise for the best part of a century despite the occasional proposal to privatise it.
[euro]ere is no reason a publicly owned enterprise cannot be enterprising and ecient as the continental railways and energy companies are.
Instead, the idea that the Postal Service can cut its way to solvency stems from hostility toward the Postal Service as a publicly owned enterprise.
Cowan had been CEO of Interwoven, a publicly owned enterprise management software company in San Francisco, and of Manugistics Group, a publicly owned supply chain management software supplier in Rockville, Md.
There is no reason why a publicly owned enterprise cannot be enterprising and efficient as the continental railways and energy companies are.
The number of employees in the broad public sector in the last quarter of the previous year rose to 68,351 persons, of which 62,414 in the General Government and 5,937 in the Publicly Owned Enterprises and Companies.
Publicly owned enterprises have become a major burden on the economy, losing between $4 billion and $5 billion a year, he said.
The MoU states this will include an examination of the organisational structure, size and staffing of "relevant ministries, services and independent authorities"; "the possibility of abolishing or merging/ consolidating Non-profit Organisations/ Companies and publicly owned enterprises; and the "re-organisation/re-structuring of local government."
That is what Chavez has been able to do on a grander scale, using Venezuela's oil income and publicly owned enterprises to slash poverty by half and extreme poverty by 70 percent, massively expanding access to health and education, boosting the minimum wage and pension provision, halving unemployment and giving slum communities direct control over social programmes.
In this context, the legal compliance and economic efficiency principles are heavily weighted in the relationships of publicly owned enterprises with government and shareholders.
A realistic model of Public-Private partnership be developed and publicly owned enterprises must be strictly run in a professional manner on commercial lines without political interference, cronyism and disregard of market and economic viability and profitability.
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