Acronyms Used in Government Contracting (E)
Master list of the most frequently used government contracting acronyms. These acronyms and abbreviations are routinely used in government solicitations. You will also encounter these acronyms throughout the various sections of government contracts. This master list of acronyms will help you better understand the specialized language of government contracting. This is essential for successfully doing business with the Department of Defense (DoD) and working with contracting offices at military bases and DoD agencies. You can also use our Glossary of defense contracting terms.
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EA Economic Analysis
EAC Estimate at Completion (Cost)
ECC Estimated Construction Cost
ECCM Electronic Counter-Countermeasures
ECD Estimated Completion Date
EC/EDI Electronic Commerce / Electronic Data Interchange
ECM Electronic Countermeasures
ECN Engineering Change Notice
ECO Engineering Change Order
ECP Engineering Change Proposal
EDI Electronic Data Interchange
EDM Engineering Development Model
EDP/E Electronic Data Processing/Equipment
EEIC Element of Expense Investment Code
EEO Equal Employment Opportunity
EI Enterprise Integration
EIT External Information Technology
EIS Environmental Impact Statement
ELINT Electronic Intelligence
EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility
EMD Engineering and Manufacturing Development
EMI Electromagnetic Interference
EMP Electromagnetic Pulse
EO Executive Order
EOA Early Operational Assessment
EOM End of Month
EOQ Economic Order Quantity
EOY End of Year
EPA Economic Price Adjustment
EPA Environmental Protection Agency
EPR Economic Production Rate
EPRA Enterprise Performance Review and Analysis
ESA Engineering Support Activity
ESOH Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health
ETP Enterprise Transition Plan
ETR Estimated Time to Repair
EVM Earned Value Management
EVMS Earned Value Management System
EW Electronic Warfare
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