3 Head Office
Headquarters (also known as HQ) is the entity at the top of a corporation taking full responsibility for managing all business activities. It is also the place where all important decisions are made.
Three operates mobile phone networks in Europe and Australia, marketed under the global 3 brand. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of CK Hutchison Holdings.
The New York City Department of Education (DOE) is committed to making its programs, services and facilities accessible to staff, students, and families with disabilities. The Office of Accessibility Planning (OAP) is responsible for ensuring that all DOE buildings and programs meet accessibility standards.
OAP assesses every building in the NYC school system for its level of accessibility for students and families with disabilities. This information is then included on the NYC Schools website. Students participating in the middle and high school choice admissions process can use the Find a School page to find information regarding a specific building’s accessibility. The OAP also works closely with OSE to ensure that Student Admissions Guidebooks include updated accessibility information for each building. In addition, OAP provides resources and guidance to districts on assessing and improving the accessibility of their buildings. The OAP also hosts Zoom drop-in sessions during the Fall and Spring semesters to answer any questions you may have.
Currently, 3 has a team of executives providing strong leadership for its head office in the United Kingdom. The company is a mobile phone network operator owned by CK Hutchison Holdings, and serves 9.5 million customers. It is headquartered in Reading, England. The company’s retail stores, branded as “3Store,” sell Three handsets and contracts across the UK.
In the context of information security, a Unit Head is an accountable Dean, vice chancellor or associate vice chancellor who is responsible for the execution of UC and Campus information security policies within their Unit. This role is also responsible for risk acceptance; this does not change even when IT functions have been centralized. The Unit Information Security Lead (UISL) is the designated security role for a Unit and will work in partnership with the IT Client Services zone contact for areas that require technical support.