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ITT Exelis wins $160 million Army contract

ITT Exelis, in Colorado Springs, received a $160 million U.S. Army contract to provide information technology support and IT services to the U.S. Army in Europe, U.S. European Command  and U.S. Africa Command. The operations, maintenance and supply in Europe was awarded by the U.S. Army contracting Command in Fort Huachuca, Ariz., and includes the… Continue Reading ITT Exelis wins $160 million Army contract

Information Technology jobs continue to be among the hottest career fields in the state and in the Springs. People who love creating software, managing information systems and keeping hackers away from invading computer systems, have one of the lowest unemployment rates of any profession, said a local high tech jobs expert. “It’s definitely a growing… Continue Reading IT job market is tops with high pay, low unemployment

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Mobile media is creating a demand for professionals who can help companies beef up their mobile presence. That’s creating more information technology jobs, according to a 2012 salary guide from Robert Half Technology. Companies also want access to increasing amounts of data, more secure networks and ways to grow online collaboration, the report said. “The… Continue Reading IT salaries expected to increase dramatically in 2012

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The Colorado Regional Health Information Organization has chosen a technology platform, the next step in connecting the state’s health information exchange. The platform is developed by Medicity in Salt Lake City. The platform will be used for a statewide health information exchange that will allow providers to share information. “Most people we talk to in… Continue Reading Work started on state health information exchange

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The health care industry is expected to spend $55.5 billion on telecommunication services during the next five years – giving that sector a boost even as the economy recovers. A new market research study by Insight Research shows pending services will grow at a compounded rate of 10.2 percent during the forecast period, increasing from $7.1… Continue Reading Health care to spend billions on telecommunications

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However, switch from paper-based system won’t be easy Editor’s Note: PricewaterhouseCoopers is conducting a series of five seminars during October and November about health care reform. This is the third in the series covered by Amy Gillentine. The series will continue through Nov. 27. Health information technology could be the silver bullet for health care… Continue Reading IT could be key to making health care reform successful

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