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IT business solutions provider CNSI won a nine-year, $5.8 million prime contract from the Census Bureau to develop software and support for the agency's Regional Office Survey Control System.The system, known as ROSCO, is the central control for...

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New Hampshire has built a centralized repository where the state's funeral directors and healthcare workers can enter vital events information. In any daily newspaper on any given today, readers can flip through the pages to learn about critical...

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The Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) is pleased to announce that it has executed an agreement with CNSI to build a new MMIS in cooperation with the Michigan Department of Information Technology.Michigan's new MMIS, the Community...

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Each year, VARBusiness magazine publishes its VARBusiness 500 list that ranks the information technology industry's top integrators and solution providers. The rankings are based on the previous year's revenues. For the fifth year in a row, CNSI has...

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Widespread adoption of electronic medical record systems in the future is a noble and necessary objective, however it distracts policy makers from enabling true Health Information Technology reform now. While the U.S. Department of Health and Human...

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Census Bureau officials have awarded a five-year contract worth nearly $600 million to Harris to support the 2010 Decennial Census. The contract revolves around the use of mobile computers in the field to collect data.Under the deal, Melbourne,...

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In 2003, Medicaid eclipsed Medicare as the largest payer of healthcare claims in the United States and continues to grow rapidly. By 2005, the 40th anniversary of Medicaid, policy makers and politicians alike began to tell us the program was...

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These days, state-government customers seeking var-implemented solutions may view Enterprise Resource Planning solutions as the Rubik's Cube of IT: There are so many ways the project could take a bad twist that it may not be worth the time, trouble...

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As 2005 marked the 40th anniversary of Medicaid, policy makers and politicians alike told us the program is unsustainable. In 2004, Medicaid consumed 25 percent of states' budgets, and costs were expected to rise 12 percent by the end of 2005. Why?...

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Energy Enterprise Solutions LLC won a $1 billion contract from the Energy Department to provide consolidated information technology services, one of the largest federal IT services contracts ever awarded to a small business.Other contractors on the...

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