Definitions for "SSO"
sanitary sewer overflow. discharge of sewage when the flow capacity of a sanitary sewer system is exceeded.
Sanitary Sewer Overflow. A discharge of raw domestic sewage from a separate sewer system before the headworks of a wastewater treatment facility.
Wastewater entering sanitary sewers may be so great, because of blockage, a lack of capacity, inflow and infiltration, or other reasons, that the collection system or sewage treatment plant cannot handle the increased flow. As a result, untreated sewage empties directly into receiving waters, often from manholes or up through sewer connections.
See Standard-Setting Organization.
Standard Setting Organization. An organization accredited by the American National Standards Institute [ANSI] that develops and maintains standards for information transactions or data elements, or any other standard that is necessary for, or will facilitate the implementation of, this part. [45 CFR 160.103
Standard Setting Organization. See Part II, 45 CFR 160.103. This is an organization accredited by ANSI that develops and maintains standards for information transaction or data elements, or any other standard necessary to implement the Electronic Transaction rule.
Keywords:  salud, oaxaca, servicios
Servicios de Salud de Oaxaca
See Single Signon.
SSO stands for 'Single Sign On'. See also Single Sign-On.
Single Sign On. Provides a user the ability to input assigned authentication once and then access multiple online services.
School Support Organization. A firm with extensive experience in curriculum design and professional development.  Each Independent School will be assigned an SSO to offer assistance in developing curricula, choosing materials and developing lesson plans.  The SSO will also provide management guidance for administrators and practical support in the classrooms to help teachers adapt to new teaching methods.
Keywords:  synchronous, orbit, sun
Sun-Synchronous Orbit.
Source Selection Official Contracting FAST
Keywords:  series, standing, order, see
See Series standing order.