NCO may refer to:
  • NCO Group
    NCO Group
    NCO Group, Inc. based in Horsham, Pennsylvania, is a business process outsourcing company that provides accounts receivable management , customer relationship management and back office solutions for its clients...

    , an international corporation that provides customer service contracting
  • Net Capital Outflow
    Net Capital Outflow
    Net Capital Outflow is the net flow of funds being invested abroad by a country during a certain period of time . A positive NCO means that the country invests outside more than the world invests in it; a negative one, that the world invests in the country more than the country invests in the world...

    , an economic metric measuring the amount of money from a country holding assets elsewhere
  • NetCDF Operators
    NetCDF Operators
    NCO is a suite of programs designed to facilitate manipulation and analysis of self-describing data stored in the netCDF format.-Program Suite:ncap: netCDF Arithmetic Processorncatted: netCDF Attribute Editor...

    , a suite of programs for manipulating NetCDF files
  • Network-centric operations, an emerging theory of war in the information age
  • Non-commissioned officer
    Non-commissioned officer
    A non-commissioned officer , called a sub-officer in some countries, is a military officer who has not been given a commission...

     in the rank structure of many armed forces worldwide
  • Numerically controlled oscillator, a digital signal generator
  • Nuova Camorra Organizzata
    Nuova Camorra Organizzata
    The Nuova Camorra Organizzata was an Italian Camorra criminal organization founded in the late 1970s by a Neapolitan Camorrista, Raffaele Cutolo, in the region of Campania. It was also known by the initials NCO...

    , a defunct Italian Camorra criminal organization in Naples founded by Raffaele Cutolo
  • Isocyanate
    Isocyanate is the functional group of elements –N=C=O , not to be confused with the cyanate functional group which is arranged as –O–C≡N or with isocyanide, R-N≡C. Any organic compound which contains an isocyanate group may also be referred to in brief as an isocyanate. An isocyanate may have more...

    , a functional group of atoms –N=C=O
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