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MOC

Market-on-Close Order

An order to buy or sell a security at the best price available as close as possible to the closing of an exchange.
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"This is a true moc,'' says Ouellette, plucking an all-leather, entirely hand-stitched moc from a wall filled with dozens dangling by their laces.
Remarkably versatile, the moc is welcome in all climates.
The process of making the moc has remained traditional.
* Maintaining a full-spectrum of joint logistics expertise within the LRC through the integration of logistics-related SMEs from across the MOC, including medical, civil engineering and chaplain services.
A MOC Logistics Planner must understand the Navy Planning Process (NPP), the sustainment requirements of forces involved, and communicate those requirements back to the LRC where the appropriate SMEs can generate a capabilities estimate and then feed that estimate back to the Log Planner.
These personnel must have necessary education and training so that they can perform their roles in the LRC and MOC proficiently.
And, indeed, a new hospital administration moved swiftly to make Carville "as much like a natural community as possible and to eliminate all unnecessary functions of an institutional character." (74) The new MOC, Dr.
Indeed, it was precisely such authority that allowed a benevolent response on the part of the MOC. While recognizing that "during the present regime the medical aspect rather than the penal is now being stressed," Carville residents understood that, unless revised or revoked, the federal rules could "be twisted to meet the particular whims of the MOC who may be in charge, in whom, like other rules, it invests absolute authority." (76)
The MHQ with MOC is intended to streamline processes and communications at the operational level between fleet and naval component commands.
"We have learned a lot about how the MOC and the tailored MOC, the federated IO, needs to work together to support one another.
As a knowledge manager supporting the MHQ with MOC implementation and sustainment processes for Commander, U.S.
COMPACFLT excels as an organization in all areas, particularly in operations; however, MHQ with MOC requires a cultural shift aimed at breaking down traditional "stovepipes," creating crosstalk, and further "operationalizing" the staff.