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Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO)
A federal agency, founded in the 1960s as part of the War on Poverty conducted by President Lyndon Johnson. The OEO distributed federal money to a variety of local programs designed to promote educational opportunities and job training among the poor and to provide legal services for the poor. The OEO was abolished in the middle 1970s, and its programs have been curtailed or scattered among other federal agencies, particularly the Department of Health and Human Services.
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noun, U.S. Government. 1. a bipartisan agency, created in 1972, that informs and advises Congress about scientific and technical developments bearing on national policy. Abbreviation: OTA.
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noun 1. a commercial complex consisting of an office building set in parklike surroundings, often with such facilities as parking lots, restaurants, and recreational areas.