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The visit by representatives of the State of Maryland is informed by the MoU signed by the department and the State of Maryland in May last year; thus giving effect to bilateral cooperation on matters of mutual interest.
This most recent award is the third in Comtech's multi-year contract with the State of Maryland.
On 16 September, Martin O'Malley, Governor of the State of Maryland, made public a
RELM Wireless Corporation (NYSE MKT: RWC), a provider of two-way communications equipment, announced on Tuesday the award of a contract by the state of Maryland for two-way radio equipment.
This makes selling real estate in the State of Maryland much more efficient which benefits both the seller and the buyer.
ConEdison Solutions, one of the nation's leading energy service providers, was one of several winners of an Internet-based "reverse" energy auction to provide low-cost energy supply to a number of executive branch departments and agencies in the state of Maryland.
Conviction on the criminal charges filed by the state of Maryland could mean up to five years of imprisonment and a $250,000 fine for each count.
The report examines the ways in which the State of Maryland economy benefits from the presence of the 16 community college districts in the state.
A GROWING number of officials are urging the state of Maryland to defer prosecution of the two sniper suspects to another jurisdiction where it would be easier to impose the death penalty.
Department of State and the State of Maryland have each awarded significant additional Information Technology (IT) services business to the company.
The state of Maryland has offered Icelandair a grant of ISK40m and also said that the airline will no longer have to pay landing charges at Baltimore/Washington International Airport, which is owned by the state.
As of 30 June 2001 the State of Maryland made a move toward rehabilitation--health rehabilitation, that is--in its 25 correctional facilities, when it banned all smoking for employees and inmates.
provided an update on Gannett's litigation with the State of Maryland.
The bonds are lease obligations of the State of Maryland, subject to annual appropriation.