May 28, 2002 [Number 223]
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Perry Plexico Retires from CIT after 40 Years of Service at NIH
A long career at NIH includes many "firsts" in the development of computer technology.
CIT Names New Deputy Director
Dr. Gary G. Christoph will also serve as CIT's Chief Operating Officer.
CIT Welcomes Chief Information Technology Architect for NIH
Dr. John F. (Jack) Jones, Jr., initially will focus on enterprise systems critical to the NIH mission.
"Ask TASC"About BlackBerry
Users who are considering a BlackBerry will learn what they need to know in order to use one.
Implementation of NBRSS Is on Schedule
NIH administrative, supervisory, and managerial staff will benefit from the work done to make EHRP the first production system on NBRSS.
CIT Has a Web-Based "Service Request" System for All Platforms
Anyonefrom any platformcan use the Web to report problems and request assistance.
NIH Data WarehouseHelping You With Codes and Descriptions
Anyone who has had to look up codes (e.g., property class, organization, CAN) along with their descriptions will find the Data Warehouse "Helpful look-up" tools a quick way to find information.
NBARS UsersNew Client Software for File Servers and PCs Running Windows
Windows users can download a new version of client software for the NIH Backup and Recovery Service that has been configured for use in the NIH environment.
CIT's Software Distribution ProjectOpen Agreement for Crystal Decisions
Crystal Decisions is for people who need to analyze data in many databases and rapidly distribute interactive, Web-based reports.
A Very Successful Disaster Recovery Test by the NIH Computer Center in March
Owners of critical applications will be interested to learn that several disaster recovery results exactly matched prior production runs.
Oracle LicensesNew Way to Get Software, Upgrades and Maintenance
NIH users who purchased Oracle licenses from CIT now have a different source for software, upgrades and maintenance.
CIT's Web Development Team Can Enhance Your Web Presence
If your office or lab wants an attractive Web site where visitors can easily find information, CIT can help.
South System Transition to TitanKeep Current with a Web Newsletter
OS/390 South system users who want up-to-date information on the transition to Titan should subscribe to the Web newsletter.
CIT Training Program Has a Record-Breaking Spring Term
Training CalendarSpring 2002 (Update)
Dates to Remember
Directories and Reference Informaton
The NIH Web page is one of the most frequently visited federal government Web sites.
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Interface contains information concerning services and facilities provided
by the Center for Information Technology to NIH and other government agencies.
Changes in CIT policies and standards of service, as well as significant changes made to hardware and software on various platforms at the NIH Data Center, are announced in this publication.
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