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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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Prior to his current position, Dietrich had worked at five different commercial nuclear sites over his career, including three years as CNO of a multi-unit energy plant in the USA.
In addition to being president of CNO, Bhojwani is a director at Hormel Foods and a trustee of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
A securities analysts asked whether higher interest rates and new understanding of the reserves could help CNO make a reinsurance deal or other deal to transfer LTCI risk to another party.
The sale is a strategic move for CNO, allowing it to focus on its core business segments and on meeting the needs of the middle-income market, said CEO Ed Bonach.
Lyden showed the CNO the programs we have established and are continuing to build to address these areas of concern.
CNO is a software service provided by UK company Deltion.
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.
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).
Thomas Collins, the CNO told the Marine Corps Association and U.
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.
And if there is one, what does the CNO do, and what are the advantages to the system?
Two years later, the armed BIA agents are gone, but the controversy continues, playing out in CNO courts and legislative chambers.