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California Department of Motor Vehicles releases 2015 Driver Handbook
February 28, 2015
The California Department of Motor Vehicles has revealed in an announcement about its release of the 2015 Driver Handbook for the Apple iPad tablet. One can download this Driver Handbook for free by using the iBooks application bookstore. This book is available in English and Spanish. The 2015 California Driver Handbook's print publication copies are also available at DMV field offices, throughout the state.

Potential buyers count down days to Apple Watch launch
February 28, 2015
Here are four types of customer that Apple Watch will most likely win over. The list is compiled by online media Tech Web. Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks during an Apple event announcing the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch at the Flint Center in Cupertino, California, in this Sept 9, 2014 file photo.

Intel spending big in China to catch up
February 28, 2015
It may be too late for the chip maker to catch up in the US or Europe, so the company banks on China, where fewer than half the country's 500 million mobile phone users have smartphones. An employee displays how to remote control the game platform with a tablet computer at the 2014 Intel Developer Forum in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, in April last year.[Photo provided to China Daily] Although Intel Corp is the world's leading maker of chips for PCs and servers, the company has long struggled to land a significant piece of the mobile market, where Qualcomm Inc dominates.

Washington: COMPUTER LAPTOP DELL DELL LATITUDE Sale-Lot Number: 71QSCI15163018
February 27, 2015
U.S. General Services Administration has issued the following auction details: COMPUTER LAPTOP DELL DELL LATITUDE Sale-Lot Number: 71QSCI15163018 City, State: Midland, TX Current Bid: 5 USD Bidders: 0 Close Time: 03/04 06:24 PM CT * Time Remaining: 5 Days, 7 Hours, 48 Minutes

Mississippi: DPS-INTEL COORDINATION SPEC I
February 25, 2015
Department of Health, The State of Mississippi has issued the following job opportunities: DPS-INTEL COORDINATION SPEC I Bargaining Unit: N/A Class Code: 2935 Salary: $22,838.06 - $39,966.61 Annually Print Job Information Email me when jobs like this become available Characteristics of Work Benefits This is proficiency level, specialized, skilled work in the operation of a large computer-base data/voice terminal network. Incumbents operate real-time computer systems serving multiple terminals and radio-based stations. Work involves maintaining radio and computer contact with all public safety officers/agencies statewide; responding to emergency and distress calls with numerous state, federal, and local agencies/officers; may require some collaboration with systems analysts, programmers, field personnel, and providing timely response to information requests from field personnel and users. The work requires the exercise of discretion, courtesy, tact, firmness, sound intelligent decision making skills, and knowledge of public safety procedures. General supervision is received from an administrative superior. Examples of Work: Examples of work performed in this classification include, but are not limited to, the following: Receives advanced classroom and on-the-job training on the retrieval, analysis, and potential uses for enforcement data available through such local, state, and national automated enforcement information systems such as MJIC, NCIC, NLETS, and other databases.

Mississippi: DPS-INTEL COORDINATION SPEC TRNEE
February 25, 2015
Department of Health, The State of Mississippi has issued the following job opportunities: DPS-INTEL COORDINATION SPEC TRNEE Bargaining Unit: N/A Class Code: 2940 Salary: $21,750.53 - $38,063.43 Annually Print Job Information View Job Posting Email me when more jobs like this are available Characteristics of Work Benefits This is entry level complex, technical work in the operation of a large computer-base data/voice terminal network. Incumbents operate real-time computer systems serving multiple terminals and radio-based stations. Work involves maintaining radio and computer contact with all public safety officers/agencies statewide; responding to emergency and distress calls with numerous state, federal, and local agencies/officers; and providing timely response to information requests from field personnel and users. The work requires the exercise of discretion, courtesy, tact, firmness, sound intelligent decision making skills, and knowledge of public safety procedures. General supervision is received from an administrative superior. Examples of Work: Examples of work performed in this classification include, but are not limited to, the following: Receives advanced classroom and on-the-job training on the retrieval, analysis, and potential uses for enforcement data available through such local, state, and national automated enforcement information systems such as MJIC, NCIC, NLETS, and other databases.

Mississippi: DPS-INTEL COORDINATION SPEC SUPV
February 25, 2015
Department of Health, The State of Mississippi has issued the following job opportunities: DPS-INTEL COORDINATION SPEC SUPV Bargaining Unit: N/A Class Code: 2939 Salary: $30,397.45 - $53,195.54 Annually Print Job Information Email me when jobs like this become available Characteristics of Work Benefits This is supervisory level, highly specialized, technical, skilled work in the operation of a large computer-base data/voice terminal network. Incumbents operate real-time computer systems serving multiple terminals and radio-based stations. Work involves maintaining radio and computer contact with all public safety officers/agencies statewide; responding to emergency and distress calls with numerous states, federal, and local agencies/officers; requires collaboration with systems analysts, programmers, field personnel, and supervisory personnel in developing clear and effective operating procedures; devising and modifying procedures to improve operation; defining problems related to data communications facilities; and providing timely response to information requests from field personnel and users. The work requires the exercise of courtesy, tact, and firmness of highly intelligent independent judgment and discretion, and knowledge of public safety procedures. Incumbents receive general supervision from an administrative superior. Supervision is generally exercised over subordinate. Examples of Work: Examples of work performed in this classification include, but are not limited to, the following:

Mississippi: DPS-INTEL COORDINATION SPEC III
February 25, 2015
Department of Health, The State of Mississippi has issued the following job opportunities: DPS-INTEL COORDINATION SPEC III Bargaining Unit: N/A Class Code: 2938 Salary: $27,634.04 - $48,359.57 Annually Print Job Information Email me when jobs like this become available Characteristics of Work Benefits This is senior level, specialized, technical, skilled work in the operation of a large computer-base data/voice terminal network. Incumbents operate real-time computer systems serving multiple terminals and radio-based stations. Work involves maintaining radio and computer contact with all public safety officers/agencies statewide; responding to emergency and distress calls with numerous state, federal, and local agencies/officers; requires collaboration with systems analysts, programmers, field personnel, and supervisory personnel in developing clear and effective operating procedures; devising and modifying procedures to improve operation; defining problems related to data communications facilities; and providing timely response to information requests from field personnel and users. The work requires the exercise of discretion, courtesy, tact, firmness, highly sound, intelligent decision making skills, and knowledge of public safety procedures. Incumbents receive general supervision from an administrative superior. Supervision is generally exercised over subordinate personnel. Examples of Work: Examples of work performed in this classification include, but are not limited to, the following:

Washington: Satellite Radio Applications Accepted For Filing Satellite Communications Services
February 25, 2015
US Federal Communications Commission, The Government of USA has published the following document: PUBLIC NOTICE FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 445 12th STREET S.W. WASHINGTON D.C. 20554 News media information 202-418-0500 Internet: http://www.fcc.gov (or ftp.fcc.gov) TTY (202) 418-2555 Wednesday February 25, 2015SES-01726 Report No. re: Satellite Radio Applications Accepted For Filing Satellite Communications Services The applications listed herein have been found, upon initial review, to be acceptable for filing. The Commission reserves the right to return any of the applications if, upon further examination, it is determined they are defective and not in conformance with the Commission's Rules and Regulations and its Policies. Final action will not be taken on any of these applications earlier than 30 days following the date of this notice. 47 U.S.C. § 309(b). All applications accepted for filing will be assigned call signs, or other unique station identifiers. However, these assignments are for administrative purposes only and do not in any way prejudice Commission action.

BUSINESS BRIEFS
February 25, 2015
Manufacturing nonprofit receives $600,000 CONCORD -- A Concord organization will receive more than $600,000 from a federal grant designed to help manufacturers create and keep jobs. The U.S. Commerce Department's National Institute of Standards and Technology on Wednesday announced the awarding of new cooperative agreements to 10 nonprofit organizations and universities, including $628,176 to the New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership in Concord.The Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership program helps small- and mid-size manufacturers create and retain jobs, increase profits and save time and money.Existing centers in 10 states were selected to receive a collective $26 million in federal funding, an increase of about $10 million or nearly 60 percent. The funding will allow the centers to reach new customers and offer new services.


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