FEDIX

AcronymDefinition
FEDIXFederal Information Exchange, Inc.
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The online information service, FEDIX, makes information about the government's research, development, and education programs readily available at no cost to colleges, universities, and grantee organizations, Id.
Often linked with FEDIX is MOLIS, a database that supports the White House initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUS).
URL = http://www.dtic.dla.mil:80/defenselink The Army Research Laboratory can be reached through URL = http://wwwarmymil The Air Force uses FEDIX, described above, but its home page is at URL = http://wwwdtic.dia.mil/ airforcelink
The FEDIX system is a data base which provides information on 11 government agencies, such as the U.S.
The FEDIX system hopes to add as many as 18 government agencies in the future.
Jean Manning, vice president of academic affairs at Langston University, welcomed FEDIX and MOLIS because her 3,400-student black college in Langston, Okla., doesn't have the staff to research grant information year-round.
TINS digs deeply into the Internet for other technology-related files, reaching all the way of Washington, DC for FEDIX, the Federal Information Exchange.