ACCO definition

ACCO means the person delegated authority by the Commissioner to organize and supervise the procurement activity of subordinate agency staff in conjunction with the CCPO, or his/her duly authorized representative. All written notices or communications to the ACCO shall be sent, as specified, to 00 Xxxxx Xxxxxx, 0xx Xxxxx, Xxx Xxxx, Xxx Xxxx 00000 (“Office of the ACCO”).
ACCO or “OCME ACCO” shall mean the position delegated authority by the Agency Head to organize and supervise the procurement activity of subordinate Agency staff in conjunction with the City Chief Procurement Officer.

Examples of ACCO in a sentence

  • Within thirty (30) days after receipt of the complete Notice of Dispute, the ACCO or, in the case of construction or construction-related services, the Engineer, Resident Engineer, Engineering Audit Officer, or other designee of the Commissioner, shall submit to the Agency Head all materials he or she deems pertinent to the dispute.

  • Within thirty (30) days after the receipt of all materials and information, or such longer time as may be agreed to by the parties, the Agency Head shall make his or her determination and shall deliver or send a copy of such determination to the vendor and ACCO and, in the case of construction or construction-related services, the Engineer, Resident Engineer, Engineering Audit Officer, or other designee of the Commissioner, together with a statement concerning how the decision may be appealed.

  • The Agency Head shall examine the material and may, in his or her discretion, convene an informal conference with the vendor and the ACCO and, in the case of construction or construction-related services, the Engineer, Resident Engineer, Engineering Audit Officer, or other designee of the Commissioner, to resolve the issue by mutual consent prior to reaching a determination.

  • The CDRB shall send a copy of its decision to the vendor, the ACCO, the Corporation Counsel, the Comptroller, the CCPO, the Office of Construction, the PPB, and, in the case of construction or construction-related services, the Engineer, Resident Engineer, Engineering Audit Officer, or other designee of the Commissioner.

  • The CDRB shall send a copy of its decision to the Contractor, the ACCO, the Corporation Counsel, the Comptroller, the CCPO, and, in the case of construction or construction-related services, the City Engineer, City Resident Engineer, City Engineering Audit Officer, or other designee of the Agency Head.


More Definitions of ACCO

ACCO means the Agency Chief Contracting Officer of HPD.
ACCO shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in the preamble.
ACCO means ACCO Brands Corporation, a Delaware corporation. After the Transactions, ACCO will own and operate the combined businesses of the MEAD C&OP Business and ACCO.
ACCO means ACCO World Corporation, a Delaware corporation, its successors and assigns.
ACCO means City personnel in the position known as Agency Chief Contracting Officer to whom each City Agency Commissioner has delegated authority to organize and supervise the procurement activity of subordinate staff at each City Agency in conjunction with the CCPO.
ACCO means ACCO Brands Corporation, a Delaware corporation, its successors and assigns.
ACCO has the meaning given to such term in the preamble of the Purchase Agreement.