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Federal Contract Management and Vendors' Readiness Part Three: Meeting Federal Requirements
Companies that are not already offering the capabilities of meeting the exacting, stringent requirements of federal agencies will likely not be able to tap the

federal bureaucracy chart   Readiness Part Three: Meeting Federal Requirements Meeting Federal Requirements Companies that are not already offering the capabilities described in Part Two will likely not be able to tap the recent surge in the federal and defense markets. Conversely, those vendors and their users—government contractors—who can deliver comprehensive solutions that satisfy the exacting, stringent requirements of federal agencies are in the driver's seat to capture that market segment. Many customers require weekly Read More...

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Federal Screen Selects abas-USA ERP
abas Software AG continues to be an enterprise resource planning (ERP) company that is less known than it deserves to be. Most recently, Federal Screen, a

federal bureaucracy chart  environments.   Most recently, Federal Screen , a Canadian producer of wedge wire screens, selected abas-USA as its ERP provider. The decision to implement an ERP system came as a result of the company’s significant growth. After reviewing hundreds of ERP systems, the team at Federal Screen narrowed down the ERP field based heavily on advanced scheduling and the ability to schedule capacity.   abas reportedly won over Epicor, Infor Visual, Global Shop , and Seradex (a local Canadian provider). Read More...
Federal Contract Management and Vendors' Readiness Part Two: Dealing With the Federal Government
Federal contracts can often be fraught with legal snares for the unseasoned providers.

federal bureaucracy chart  Two: Dealing With the Federal Government Dealing With the Federal Government Neophytes will find dealing with the Federal Government perplexing, since the customer in case will act very differently than its commercial counterparts. Also, the additional regulatory requirements impact how eligible contractors are selected, monitored, and paid, and may require the aspiring contracting company to revise internal procedures or enhance its back-office or ERP system. In other words, the chosen provider must Read More...
Webtime Now Legal
A court ruled illegal a one-year restriction that would have prevented an employee from working for a competitor.

federal bureaucracy chart  covered by state, not federal, law and this decision is not binding on other cases. For that to happen it would have to be appealed; if the Appellate courts agreed with the Judge's decision their opinion would be likely to put forth principles that would be binding in other cases in New York. We believe that the probability that EarthWeb will appeal is nil. However, the Judge's opinion in this case can be cited in other cases as exemplary reasoning, regardless of what other states a similar suit may be Read More...
Smart Shoppers Go Abroad for Affordable Information Security Programs
Ernest Hemingway said,

federal bureaucracy chart  current onslaught of cybercrime, Federal Agencies and Corporations are starting to pay more attention to information and network security. The current dearth of Information Technology (IT) professionals has created quite a challenge to filling all IT employment sectors. Within the IT pool of resources, security engineers and security savvy managers are hard to come by. Now is a great time to obtain an advanced degree in one of the information security disciplines. But even the maelstrom of a flourishing Read More...
U.S. vs. Microsoft: Another Day of Reckoning
Settlement talks between the U.S. Department of Justice and Microsoft broke down, leading to a historic ruling against the software giant. A breakup of

federal bureaucracy chart  Microsoft [NASDAQ:MSFT] had violated Federal antitrust laws. The decision followed several weeks of intense negotiations between Microsoft and the U.S. Department of Justice. In the ruling, Jackson stated that Microsoft placed an oppressive thumb on the scale of competitive fortune, thereby effectively guaranteeing its own continued dominance in the relevant market. Furthermore, the judge noted Microsoft's campaign succeeded in preventing - for several years, and perhaps permanently - Navigator and Read More...
DoubleClick Takes Bath, Throws in Towel
After weeks of being deluged by lawsuits, bad press, federal regulatory investigations and nasty name-calling, DoubleClick backs off on its plans to tie surfing

federal bureaucracy chart  lawsuit, and launched a Federal Trade Commission investigation of the uses of consumer information collected over the Internet. Also it is possible that the popular search engine HOTBOT was hacked to protest the DoubleClick action. For at least two days a search for DoubleClick brought up as the first entry the DoubleClick home page with a tag line identifying it as The (in)famous DoubleClick Company. DoubleClick did not answer TEC's queries about this strangely deprecating text. Market Impact Read More...
Bringing Metrics and Measurement to Welfare Program Management
In order to meet new performance targets mandated at the federal and state levels, the Department of Human Services in Chemung County, New York (US), deployed

federal bureaucracy chart  targets mandated at the federal and state levels, the Department of Human Services in Chemung County, New York (US), deployed Salient Performance Management, a performance management solution from Salient Corporation. This solution helped streamline operations, allowing caseworkers, units, and entire agencies to meet and exceed the targets. Read More...
Telco Charged with Trickery on Technology
Bell Atlantic is charged with failing to fulfill promises to bring DSL and other high-speed Internet access to the home.

federal bureaucracy chart  will also file a Federal complaint alleging that the RBOC's wrote off, and took tax benefits for, their copper plant in order to build a fiber network. The promised fiber network has never been built, he argues, although the companies reaped $21 billion in tax benefits. Kushnick is also working with the Commercial Internet Exchange (CIX), a trade association whose member companies represent over 150 Internet Service Provider networks that handle over 75% of the United States' Internet traffic. CIX has Read More...

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