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Information Technology Specialist (Customer Support/ Systems Adiminstrator) job with USAJobs

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Summary

About the Position: Fort Belvoir Community Hospital is northern Virginia’s home for world-class military healthcare. From our hospital campus on Fort Belvoir to our satellite health centers in Fairfax and Dumfries, we are committed to provide each beneficiary with an outstanding patient experience through safe, quality, compassionate care, every day. The Information Management Information/Technology Department provides dedicated support for patient care, hospital staff, and our tenants.
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Responsibilities

  • Ensure timely first and second level support for operational and technical services and resources, as well as, second level support for other business services.
  • Analyze incidents,
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Arria unveils new Natural Language Technology to support augmented analytics and report automation–making it possible to add NLG to any API-based platform

NEW YORK, Aug. 11, 2020 /CNW/ — Arria NLG (www.arria.com), a leading provider of Natural Language Generation (NLG) technology, has announced the release of Arria Connect, which allows companies to embed Arria’s natural language technology into their dashboards and product offerings.

Arria Connect puts the integration capabilities directly into the hands of developers who want to build NLG into their own Business Intelligence (BI) tool, analytics application, website, or process-automation workflow.

Arria Connect is foundational to supporting the rapid adoption of NLG, a technology that many companies are including in their workflows to scale their business, realize rapid

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TSMC to build a $12 billion advanced semiconductor plant in Arizona with U.S. government support – TechCrunch

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., the world’s largest contract semiconductor foundry, said today that it plans to build an advanced chip foundry in Arizona with support from the state and the United States federal government.

The announcement follows a Wall Street Journal report earlier this week that White House officials were in talks with TSMC and Intel to build foundries in the U.S., as part of its effort to reduce reliance on chip factories in Asia. Based in Hsinchu, Taiwan, TSMC provides chip components for many of the world’s largest semiconductor companies and its U.S. clients include Apple and Qualcomm.

The

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DoD must modernize infrastructure to support cutting-edge technology research

If you’re reading this over the internet, you’re using technology developed by the Department of Defense science and technology enterprise. For decades, the DoD has cultivated a wide-ranging ecosystem of technical professionals, research infrastructure and partnerships that has made vast contributions to U.S. national security and economic strength. From microchips to the GPS satellites that enabled a revolution in precision warfare, the department’s S&T enterprise has been central to creating the security and prosperity our nation enjoys today.

Although technology dominance has long been central to the American way of war, U.S. military superiority is increasingly under threat. American adversaries

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Clean technology projects line up bids for $1 billion EU support

By Kate Abnett

(Reuters) – Clean technology projects are readying bids for a billion-euro support package from the European Union under a flagship scheme for funding breakthrough low-carbon technologies.

The EU Innovation Fund will support projects such as floating wind farms, carbon capture mechanisms and energy storage, all of which could help clean up sectors such as cement and steelmaking.

“These large-scale investments will help restart the EU economy and create a green recovery that leads us to climate neutrality in 2050,” EU climate chief Frans Timmermans said.

The European Commission on Friday invited projects to bid for 1 billion

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