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- Ocala International Airport, in Ocala, Florida
- Off Center Fed antenna, a dipole antenna with specific placement of feedpoint allowing multiple resonances in HF band
- Officers' Christian Fellowship, a nonprofit Christian parachurch organization which serves the U.S. Military
- Ordnance Clothing Factory, Avadi, Shahjahanpur, India
- Original Composite Font, an early CJK font format by Adobe Systems
- Open Cluster Framework, a clustering standard in computing
- Open Computing Facility, at University of California, Berkeley
- Open Connectivity Foundation, the biggest industrial connectivity standard organization for IoT.
- OEBPS Container Format (sometimes also Open Container Format), a specification for E-Books
- Operating cash flow, a term in financial accounting
- +ocf = On Camera Flash, -ocf = Off Camera Flash Terms on how a photographer is using lighting equipment
- Ordinal collapsing function, a process used for reaching large ordinals in the field of set theory
- Oregon Country Fair, an annual event in Veneta, Oregon
- Our Common Future, a 1987 report from the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED)
- OpenBSD Cryptographic Framework, an OpenBSD initiative to provide operating system support for cryptographic acceleration hardware.
- OpenCard Framework, a set of computer programming methods for smart cards
- Open channel flow, Flow of a fluid with its surface exposed to the atmosphere
- Optimum Coding in the Frequency Domain
- Osteopathy in the Cranial Field, also known as Cranial Osteopathy
- Overseas Christian Fellowship, a university student fellowship organisation in Australia
- Orthodox Christian Fellowship, a North American Orthodox campus ministry
- Owens Corning Fiberglass, a manufacturer of fiberglass insulation
- Oasis Christian Fellowship, a BA Christian fellowship originated from Saudi Arabia (2003) and spread throughout the Philippines
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