Week of May 30, 2010
Quote of the Week:
"Based on feedback we received, we have strengthened our proposal and produced what will be our blueprint for the next generation of education reform in Massachusetts."
Governor Deval Patrick, on the state's re-application for the second phase of the $4.35 billion stimulus-funded federal education grant, Race To The Top.
FACES OF ECONOMIC RECOVERY
"This job is something I can believe in, which is really great."
YOUR RECOVERY DOLLARS AT WORK: NEWS & UPDATES
Don't Miss Out: Recovery & Reinvestment blog: Generating Energy From Waste: Fairhaven Discovers the Power of Sludge Read more
Boston HealthNet Gets $3 Mil Recovery Act Award
As part of a stimulus-funded effort to expand the use of health information technology, Boston HealthNet received $3 million to help its networks of health centers adopt electronic health records and other health information technology systems. Read more.
Recovery Works: Stimulus-funded Projects Energize the Solar Industry
A little over three years ago, Nexamp, a clean energy company, had three employees and a lot of interest in making its mark on the solar industry in Massachusetts. Today, Nexamp has 62 employees thanks in large part to a stimulus-funded contract to install 13 solar array projects across the state totaling 4.1 megawatts of solar installation. Read more.
WHAT RECOVERY CAN DO FOR YOU: JOB & CONTRACT OPPORTUNITIES
Opportunities for Individuals:
FEATURED JOB OF THE WEEK: Bus Driver
Opportunities For Businesses: Search for Contracts
FEATURED CONTRACT OF THE WEEK: Energy Management Systems Updates
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