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CNO

(1) (Chief Networking Officer) The executive responsible for the development and maintenance of internal and external communications networks. See enterprise networking.

(2) (Chief Networking Officer) The executive responsible for the betterment of all employees in an organization. On board to promote healthy interaction between everyone within a department and between departments, they are also available to solve disputes, squabbles and clashes. CNOs must be superb negotiators and highly trusted.
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Specific to the Highway Rehabilitation Program, between 2006 and 2008, CNO paid government officials a total amount equivalent to approximately US$380,000.
'Our preliminary figures for May alone showed that more than 100,000 metric tons [of CNO were exported],' she told reporters during a news briefing in Quezon City.
CNO said WBD brings a leading-edge benefits technology platform and a proven track record of digital innovation to CNO.
According to National Commission on Indigenous People (NCIP) Regional Director Geroncio Aguio, the application for CNO in the area was initially submitted last 2014 and was only approved this year.
'We are urging the NBB to act fast before copra and CNO prices further plummet to crisis level.
"For CNO, exports in MY 17/18 are forecast up 14 percent from the previous MY to 1.05 million tons, and should increase modestly by 3 percent to 1.08 million tons in MY 18/19 as a result of substitution of CNO with cheaper imported palm oil and improved copra supply," the GAIn report said.
Related: CNO and CNA open blinds on LTCI performance CNO is reporting $234 million in net income for the quarter on $1 billion in revenue, compared with $137 million in net income on $970 million in revenue for the fourth quarter of 2015.
The April numbers show extended gains for CNO exporters in the Philippines.
We therefore decided to offer this facility as standard to all CNO users." Mr Shah said.
WASHINGTON -- Thirty winners have been selected in the Fiscal Year 2005 Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Environmental Awards competition, sponsored by the CNO Environmental Readiness Division.
Interested beneficiaries then voluntarily seek out the participating providers or plans, sometimes after receiving marketing material from those providers or plans, e.g., CNO demonstration, preferred provider organization demonstration (Federal Register, 2002), home health prospective payment demonstration (Federal Register, 1999), and Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) (Public Law 105-33, section 4801).
Kearsarge (LHD 3) received the 2003 CNO Safety Afloat Award for outstanding contributions to fleet readiness, increased morale, efficiency and economic use of resources through safety.