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WPC may refer to:

In events:

  • World Puzzle Championship, an annual international puzzle competition
  • World Policy Conference
  • Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, an annual conference held by the Microsoft Corporation

In government:

  • Weather Prediction Center, part of the U.S. National Weather Service
  • Wireless Planning & Coordination Wing, an Indian government branch

In organizations:

  • Westminster Presbyterian Church (disambiguation)
  • Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, a charity based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Wireless Power & Communication, a privately held company based in Norway
  • Wireless Power Consortium, the business alliance the developed the Qi inductive power standard
  • Women's Political Council, an Alabama-based organization that was part of the African-American Civil Rights Movement
  • Women's Press Collective, an all-woman publisher between 1969 and 1978 founded by Judy Grahn
  • World Peace Council, an anti-war organization based in Athens, Greece
  • World Policy Council, a think tank based in Washington, D.C.
  • World Powerlifting Congress, an international sports federation

In other uses:

  • Whey concentrate, or whey protein concentrate
  • Williams Pinball Controller, a set of circuit boards used in pinball machines throughout the 1990s
  • Windsor Park Collegiate, Winnipeg, a public secondary school
  • Woman police constable, a former rank in the British police and other commonwealth countries
  • Wood-plastic composite, composite materials made of wood fiber and thermoplastics
  • World Product Center, a canceled development in New York City
  • Cyclone-class patrol ship, coded WPC in the United States Coast Guard