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TCO may refer to:
- Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees (Tjänstemännens Centralorganisation), a Swedish confederation of trade unions
- TCO Certification, a certification for computer displays and other office equipment
- TopCoder Open, an event by TopCoder
- The Cinematic Orchestra, a British-based jazz and electronic music outfit
- TCO AS, a Norwegian-founded oilfield service company, specializing in the design, manufacture and installation of completion barrier plugs (laminated glass barrier plugs), chemical injection systems, topside chemical injection systems, multi-cycle valves and B-annulus relief systems, as well as the provision of tubing-conveyed perforating (TCP) equipment and services.
Science and technology
- Tail call optimization, a computer programming concept
- Transparent conducting oxide, a type of transparent conducting film in electronics
- Thermal cutoff, a type of electronic protection component
- Total cost of ownership, a method of cost analysis
- Temporary certificate of occupancy, a certificate of occupancy
- Native Community Lands (Tierras Comunitarias de Origen), Bolivian collectively indigenous territories
- Transnational Criminal Organization (criminal group that operates in multiple nations)
- Threat/control override, a term used to describe a number of symptoms that may accompany schizophrenia, and which are associated with severe violence 
- Taipei Chinese Orchestra, an orchestra in Taiwan
- Third Country Operators, safety authorisation valid in 32 EASA Member States
- Stompe, Thomas; Ortwein-Swoboda, Gerhard; Schanda, Hans (2004). "Schizophrenia, delusional symptoms, and violence: the threat/control override concept reexamined (Abstract)". Schizophrenia Bulletin 30 (1): 31–44. doi:10.1093/oxfordjournals.schbul.a007066. PMID 15176760.
- Cook, Malcolm James. "Schizophrenia, Mental Health & Violence". Retrieved 11 February 2014.
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