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CIO

abbr.
1. chief information officer
2. Congress of Industrial Organizations

CIO

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Congress of Industrial Organizations. See also AFL-CIO

CIO

or C.I.O.,

Congress of Industrial Organizations.
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Noun1.CIO - a federation of North American industrial unions that merged with the American Federation of Labor in 1955
federation - an organization formed by merging several groups or parties
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CIO focuses on attracting the highest concentration of enterprise CIOs and business technology executives with unparalleled peer insight and expertise on business strategy, innovation, and leadership.
For 82 percent of Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) CIOs digital business has led to a greater capacity for change and a more open mindset in their IT organisation, according to Gartner
Interestingly, the bigger the companies are, the more likely they are to have women CIOs. If it is four out of top 10 Fortune 500 companies that have women CIOs (40%), the top 100 have 20 women CIOs; the next 100 (101-200) have 18; the next 100 (201-300) have 16; the next 100 (301-400) have 12 and the final 100 have 9.
* Promote collaboration and community building among Federal Agency CIOs for purposes of sharing best practices, transferring knowledge, and developing a unified approach for addressing Federal IT challenges;
Winners of CIO CHOICE 2016 were determined by an independent CIO voting survey from across the country on product performance, customer satisfaction and continued customer service.
Tim Zoph and Donna Roach, well-known healthcare IT leaders, presented the findings of a survey that began with CHIME's board of directors a year ago, and was then deployed to 123 CIOs across the U.S., and ultimately also to some of the CEO and other c-suite-executive colleagues of those CIOs, in their same organizations.
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Atlanta, GA, April 18, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The Georgia CIO Leadership Association (GCLA) proudly announces the finalists for the 16th Annual Georgia CIO of the Year[R] Awards.
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