(ĭn′tər-ô′fĭs, -ŏf′ĭs)
Transmitted or taking place between offices, especially those of a single organization: an interoffice memo; interoffice conferences.


existing or transmitted between two or more offices of an organization


(ˌɪn tərˈɔ fɪs, -ˈɒf ɪs)

functioning or communicating between the offices of a company or organization.
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The Financial Police launched criminal case against Alfa Telecom based on the interoffice memorandum from Alfa Telecom acting Director General Azamat Murzaliev to Prime Minister Almazbek Atambaev, General Prosecutor's Main Department Chief Kanat Amankulov told a press conference in AKIpress on March 14.
Because I'm a faithful reader of your column, I've been designated the "technology guru" of our small (12 professionals) CPA office and challenged by tray partners to come up with a better way to handle interoffice communications.
It is written so consciously to the benefit of the operator,`` she wrote in a 1995 interoffice computer memo.
a leader in cutting-edge postal automation technology, today announced the release of AutoScript, a revolutionary automation software for handwritten interoffice envelopes.
The hesitancy to share information is a major barrier to interoffice cooperation.
Sometimes it's impossible for a chairman to send a large number of people a simple thing like an interoffice e-mail message, because the systems don't communicate.
The first group of 139 subjects was obtained from a total of 300 women, ages 18 to 30, employed in a large banking institution and contacted through interoffice mail.
ILECs and CLECs can use the iMAP for interoffice transport of data over DS3 links and also to convert DS3 into Ethernet.
Testing conducted by the Los Angeles Unified School District's maintenance and operations branch found there was no presence of gas at the school, Superintendent Ruben Zacarias told school board members in an interoffice memo.
InterOffice relocated its existing center, which was previously located in the Beal Bank Plaza building on the North Dallas Parkway.
The market is saturated with interoffice technology products, including voice and electronic mail.
Most of this switching is done in the local networks at both ends; very little of it is done in the long-distance or interoffice trunk lines.