And State Republicans Know It. In the 1960s, thousands of activists swarmed throughout the southern states to register poor and minority voters, butting heads with state and local authorities in the process. Many of those courageous people were beaten and jailed for their efforts; some of them were murdered, because they believed in America’s most… Read more »
Posts Tagged: ID
By Kimberly Leichtner, Associate Consultant On Tuesday June 26th, Fels alum Talia Stinson, ’10, moderated a lively discussion on the new voter ID law between Carol Aichele, Secretary of the Commonwealth; Tony Payton, Jr., State Representative for the 179th Legislative District; and Al Schmidt, Philadelphia City Commissioner. Act 18 was signed into law by Governor… Read more »
Jeremy Grant, senior executive advisor for ID management to the Information Technology Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, has a very large task. He is responsible for establishing a program office for the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace, or NSTIC. Find out more about how Grant is working to keep… Read more »
A secure ID is the starting point for most in-house IT systems, but we really need a federated ID that is still secure for most of what we are now contemplating in terms of the people based Web 2.0 style interactions that are driving a lot of the new business value today. No where is… Read more »
MC4’s 10-year anniversary kicks off right by expanding its use to garrison clinics. http://www.army.mil/-news/2009/04/30/20427-stateside-clinics-switch-to-battlefield-medical-recording-system/ For more on MC4’s history, check out the timeline of events at https://www.mc4.army.mil/about.asp. Click on “Timeline of Events” at the top.
Big news out of Fort Stewart, where the 3rd Infantry Division, led by LTC Edward Michaud, is taking a proactive approach to fixing a problem that continues to exists for battalion aid station clinics in the U.S. He’s using MC4, a traditionally battlefield-only electronic medical record (EMR) system to get his clinical staff used to… Read more »