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Fort Meade reopens STEM Center

Fort Meade has announced the grand opening of its renovated after-school youth services Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Center of Innovation. The new center will provide students with more access to advanced technologies with activities in biology, chemistry, engineering design, aquatic robotics, holograms, music technology and art. The renovations for the new center were […]

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Howard County Cable TV survey underway

The Howard County government is gathering information regarding community needs and interests related to cable communications, as it prepares to negotiate new cable television franchise agreements with Comcast and Verizon. Cable television and broadband services are continually evolving because of changes in technology and the service provider climate, and the county needs the help of […]

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Nielsen fights citizenship question

On Tuesday, April 23, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments about whether a new question, asking whether the members of a household are U.S. citizens, can be included by the U.S government on the 2020 census form, a move which would not be endorsed by New York and Columbia-based Nielsen. The addition of the question, […]

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Howard County Commission on Disabilities presents report

The Howard County Commission on Disabilities presented Howard County Executive Calvin Ball with its 2019 Report on the Status of People with Disabilities in Howard County. The report may be viewed at www.howardcountymd.gov/ADA The report outlines the commission’s findings and recommends actions the county should take to improve its response to issues that concern people […]

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Arundel’s Pittman creates Citizens Environmental Commission

Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman has announced the creation of the Anne Arundel County Citizens Environmental Commission. Pittman signed an executive order creating the commission, at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC), in Edgewater, surrounded by tens of thousands of young trees planted as part of environmental mitigation efforts. The commission will recommend actions […]

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Howard County to get $1.2M for community development

U.S. Senators Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen have announced that Howard County will receive $1,246,937 for Community Development Block Grants program and $422,239 for the Home Investment Partnership Program. The Community Development Block (CDBG) Grants program provides annual grants to states and local units of government to develop viable urban communities by providing decent […]

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April Contracts

Awarded Contracts The following information is regarding awarded contracts can be used to develop prime contractor, subcontractor and teaming partner relationships on these and other opportunities. The website for each awardee is also provided, if available. For more information, contact TargetGov: 410-579-1346 x 325 AECOM Management Services, Inc., Germantown, MD has been awarded a $30,571,740 […]

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Tyler Tech to help manage state data

Tyler Technologies, of Plano, Texas, announced that the state of Maryland is launching the Socrata Connected Government Cloud (SCGC) solution. The state will use this internal data sharing approach to strengthen its commitment to innovation and data-driven governance. Maryland will use the SCGC to improve operational efficiency, strengthen the security of its data, and enhance […]

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Bureau of Engraving & Printing may come here

The U.S. Bureau of Engraving & Printing (BEP) is evaluating a 100-acre parcel on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Beltsville Agricultural Research Center, in Beltsville, as the potential location for a new production facility that would print U.S. paper currency and other federal security products. BEP is partnering with the USDA and the U.S. Army […]