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The term ODP can refer to:
- Observer Design Pattern, a software design pattern
- On Device Portal, a mobile application as service portal or content portal
- Online Data Processing
- DMOZ (formerly the Open Directory Project), an open content Web directory
- Open Distributed Processing, and its standard reference model RM-ODP, in computer science
- OpenDocument Presentation, a standard mobile electronic office documents file format (File extension .odp)
- OpenDataPlane, a set of application programming interfaces for the networking data plane
- Optimistic Distributed Protocol, a protocol used with distributed databases
- Orbit Determination Program, type of software used to calculate the orbits of satellites
- Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET)
- Open Data Platform, a standard used by the Apache Hadoop and Big Data market
Government / Politics
- Open Democratic Party, a political party in India.
- Ökologisch-Demokratische Partei, a political party in Germany also known as Ecological Democratic Party.
- Özgürlük ve Dayanışma Partisi, a political party in Turkey that is also known as Freedom and Solidarity Party.
Projects / Programs
- Ocean Drilling Program, an international research project
- Orderly Departure Program, a program to resettle Vietnamese refugees in the United States.
- Office Depot stock symbol (ODP)
- Omega Delta Phi (ODP)
- Open Drip Proof, a type of electric motor enclosure that has vents to allow air flow but to prevent liquids and solids from entering the motor
- Opening Day Partners, a company that owns and operates professional baseball teams.
- Operating Department Practitioners, healthcare professionals working in the United Kingdom
- Ozone depletion potential in chemistry and pollution
- Obstacle Departure Procedures in aviation, are IFR departure procedures for obstacle clearance; a type of Standard instrument departure (SID)
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