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Maryland's technology industry rang in the holidays lobbying state lawmakers to kill a new sales tax on computer services before it takes effect this summer. "There has not been a legislator that we have spoken with who thinks this is a good idea, "...

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To view article, visit Bisnow on BusinessOnly 15 years ago, Adnan Ahmed didn't know a LAN from a WAN. Asked about them as he interviewed for a job at an IT networking company, he says, "I thought she was mispronouncing the word 'land.'"Today, Adnan...

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On Thursday, April 26, 2007 CNSI employees in King Farm and Gaither are encouraged to participate in the CNSI annual "Take Your Child to Work Day". This half day event is an opportunity to expose children to what their parents do during the...

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The April "Lunch with Chatterjee" event will be held on Friday, April 13, 2007 at The Cheesecake Factory in Baltimore, Md. This is an opportunity for CNSI employees that support the State of Maryland to get to know our President, B. Chatterjee,...

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At a fun and festive function held at the Gaithersburg Hilton on Saturday, March 24, CNSI recognized thirty-one employees for exemplary job performance in 2006. This event, returning after a one-year hiatus, was the tenth such function designed for...

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Being a small-business government contractor can be helpful to a company. Small, women-owned and disabled veteran-owned businesses benefit from loans, grants, disaster assistance and training from the Small Business Administration. In addition, the...

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Size matters, and it's about to get even more important. Pending changes to federal contracting rules could dramatically affect every corner of the local economy fueled by government work. The Small Business Administration plans to require...

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ExecutiveBiz Editor JD Kathuria recently caught up with B. Chatterjee, president & co-founder of CNSI. Bishwajeet (B) Chatterjee is a hard charging driving businessman and face of CNSI. Last year, the company did over $104 million in revenue....

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Information-technology provider CNSI has been selected by the Census Bureau to provide software development and support for its system that collects, processes and maintains enormous amounts of data. The nine-year, $5.8 million contract continues a...

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The Census Bureau has awarded a contract to CNSI to bolster its Regional Office Survey Control system, which manages staff workloads, assigns cases to field representatives, tracks progress and transfers data to a central repository.The nine-year...

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