Definition of field ordering officer

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field ordering officer

'field ordering officer' is an military term meaning '(DOD) A Service member or Department of Defense civilian, who is appointed in writing and trained by a contracting officer and authorized to execute micropurchases in support of forces and/or designated civil-military operations. Also called FOO'.

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