Submitted by Amellifera on 11 August, 2012 - 09:17(145)
My life has been constant turmoil for the last several years. Everyone told me that I should go to college because I was smart, and I did. When I returned to those very same people to share what I had learned, I was told I had become a brainwashed know-it-all and that others' opinions were perfectly valid even in the face of empirical evidence otherwise. It eventually dawned on me that almost everything I had ever been told was either a bald-faced lie or an ignorant half-truth, and worse, those who "educated" me had no desire to learn the truth for themselves.
Help selling most of my possessions so I can move to Seattle; a place to stay and something to do with my biology degree and lab experience once in the Seattle area
I definitely love reading business books. Being an entrepreneur as well as a Writer, I need to have a broad knowledge in business. It is important so that my business strategy and planning are excellent to make my business grow further. At this time, the topics that I am focus to are about what is a gsa schedule and contract with government.
I am a blogger of business related topics like government contracts for bid. These topics are challenging and interesting because of the insights that I can gain and share to readers and its importance for those who would like to venture their business on government. The challenge to provide quality information on business article is great because of the responsibility to undertake on winning the contract.
Submitted by JohnFMoore on 28 November, 2011 - 19:22(2162)
Open government is a citizen-centric philosophy and strategy that believes the best results are usually driven by partnerships between citizens and government, at all levels. It is focused entirely on achieving goals through increased efficiency, better management, information transparency, and citizen engagement and most often leverages newer technologies to achieve the desired outcomes. This is bringing business approaches, business technologies, to government. – John F Moore
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