Atlanta – With flu season on the horizon, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Foundation is sharing information to help workers protect themselves from the disease.
Among the information released is an infographic with facts about vaccination, how the flu impacts workers and how to avoid spreading germs.
Annually, 5 percent to 20 percent of Americans contract the flu, resulting in $...
RCC staff member Tucker Hurton, RCC student operator Kellie Fleitman and Obliterase president Steve Wood attended the Spiceworld IT conference in Austin, TX from September 23rd to the 25th. There they debuted Obliterase, a secure data erasure product engineered by RCC. Obliterase is available through the newly launched Spiceworks App Center, making it instantly visible to over 5 million IT...
You may be familiar with the concept of “export controls,” and the federal regulatory prohibition of sending certain types of commodities out of the United States. But are you also aware that the same regulations prohibit giving access to those items, or the related technical information, to certain foreign persons* within the United States?
Generally, an export is a shipment of items out of...
The National Academy of Engineering’s Online Ethics Center website serves as a resource for educators, practitioners, and students seeking to understand and address ethical issues that arise in their work. Primary audiences for the website are instructors and faculty who teach ethics topics as part of their classes or their mentoring activities, or as an entire class.
The website is seeking...
Automated enforcement of business rules by NIH eRA systems plays an important role in the application submission process – it helps you and it helps NIH. Understanding what that role covers can be the difference between your application moving forward to review and not.
System-enforced application validations are what they are – nothing more, nothing less.
a strategy for providing...