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PC Rebuilders, Chicago, has been awarded $62,200 to expand and enhance its computer de-manufacturing and refurbishing capabilities.
Historically, states asked for these federal waivers to design state-specific programs to expand coverage for the uninsured.
Woodland Hills branch: Replace 39-year-old, 6,272-square-foot building with 12,500-square-foot building and expand parking at original 22200 Ventura Blvd.
Prior to these recent developments, taxpayers often took tax return positions that investigatory and start-up costs were incurred to expand an existing business.
Staying connected to the network while on the move has become an absolute necessity for many corporate and government executives," said Howard Teicher, Vice President Public Sector & Satellite Markets, Expand Networks.
CWT set up the Expand products in a hub-and-spoke network configuration, where Expand sits in the hub - the CWT Asia- Pacific data center - and at several CWT branches in Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand and India.
com Photo Page: Found in the Expand Your Perspective section of the site, this page publishes photos shared by mamas, from an innovative iPod Halloween costume to a great vacation spot to a spectacular sunset.
EXPAND NETWORKS EXTENDS GLOBAL PRESENCE - ESTABLISHES EXPAND CHINA
As more companies enter this market, buyers are increasingly turning to Gartner's Magic Quadrant to help narrow down the myriad of choices," said Christopher Williams, Chief Marketing and Channels Officer, Expand Networks.
Expand Networks, a leading provider of application acceleration solutions over the Wide Area Network (WAN), today announced that Eurasia Group, one of the world's leading global political risk advisory and consulting firms, has adopted Expand's Compass Platform to optimize the Eurasia Group global network across three locations: New York, Washington, DC and London.