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point of contact

A person or place one can go to in order to find information, ask questions, or access or receive services. Our account manager Sarah will be your new point of contact moving forward if you need any information about your account. The consulate should be your first point of contact should you need any assistance during your travels.
See also: contact, of, point

ˌpoint of ˈcontact

a place where you go or a person that you speak to when you are dealing with an organization: The receptionist is the first point of contact most people have with the clinic.
See also: contact, of, point
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Salton would certainly not be satisfied at being treated as an outsider with regard to such things, most of which had points of contact with the inmates of his own house.
Nevertheless, if you did care to come and see me some day as an old friend, we might find one or two new points of contact, for I am rather trying to write myself
His mind made for unity, and he was surprised when at first he began to see points of contact between the two worlds.
Fellow-travelers very soon grow intimate but it is highly improbable that at home these extremely dissimilar characters would have found any very convenient points of contact.
Bar fencing and boxing I had few athletic tastes, and then my line of study was quite distinct from that of the other fellows, so that we had no points of contact at all.
In the majority of ships a second officer has not many points of contact with the captain's wife.
The Russian Federation hosted a training course for the national Points of Contact of participating States of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) region for the implementation of Security Council resolution 1540 (2004) in Kaliningrad from 28 June to 1 July.
Your company's points of contact with the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) must choose a new user ID and password to access the system.
Points of contact for program managers; relevant regulations; policy letters from the Army Acquisition Executive; briefings on the MANPRINT program.
It focused on Islam's points of contact with democracy and human rights, and recommended that the Dutch should be open to the diversity of opinion in Islam.
You'll find a link to SAR right under the Packaging Points of Contact link.
The support structure should include some general guiding principles: bonding, two-way communication with accessible and available points of contact, and integration and professional development.
When moving about in a small boat, stay low and maintain three points of contact (either two feet and one hand, or two hands and one foot) at all times.
An organizational effectiveness review indicated that many senior staff throughout the corporation were frustrated by the need to deal with numerous points of contact within the corporate relations branch.
The CCR also contains information on companies such as; General Information, Corporate Information, Goods/Services, Financial Information, Points of Contact, and Electronic Data Interchange.