DNC may refer to:
- Daigaku Nyūshi Center, a Japanese Independent Administrative Institution which administers the National Center Test for University Admissions
- Declared net capacity, a measure of the contribution that a power station makes to the distribution grid (developed net capacity in British English)
- Delaware North Companies
- Democratic National Committee, the principal campaign and fund-raising organization affiliated with the United States Democratic Party
- Democratic National Convention, a series of national conventions held every four years by the United States Democratic Party
- Den norske Creditbank (DnC), merged with Bergen Bank to create Den norske Bank (DnB)
- Denotified Communities list based on the rules of reservation of the Government of Tamil Nadu
- "Did Not Compete", in the Racing Rules of Sailing (in Appendix A) a boat registered to race that did not come to the starting area of the race
- Dilation and curettage (D&C), a medical procedure to remove the contents of the uterus
- Direct Numerical Control, in manufacturing, means to network CNC equipment to one or more PCs
- Director of Naval Communications, a post in the British Admiralty (changed in October 1945 to Chief of Naval Communications
- Director of Naval Construction, a senior post in the British Admiralty
- Digital Nautical Chart, the electronic data necessary to present a nautical chart on a PC running an ECDIS (Electronic Chart Display and Information System) or ECS (Electronic Chart System) software program for marine navigation
- Do not call list, a registry of telephone numbers in several western countries whose owners have opted out of unsolicited telephone marketing calls
- "Does not compute", a phrase often uttered by robots in works of science fiction
- United States District Court for the District of North Carolina, a former U.S. District Court
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