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Primavera opens federal sales group
FDA takes the pain out of Rx info
New rule requires online data for health care providers and consumers
DHS' disaster-response database falls short
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The General Services Administration's Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract will anchor the agency's NS 2020 telecommunications strategy.
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As Steve Kelman returns from a summer of aggressive medical treatment, he considers the all-too-common aversion to short-term sacrifices.
Massive open online courses can offer specialized IT instruction on a flexible schedule and on the cheap. That may not always mesh with government's preference for structure and certification, however.
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Former ACT president will take a job with Gartner, follow his spouse to Vienna, Austria.
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