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CDC

See: Commonwealth Development Corp

Commonwealth Development Corporation

An international aid organization established by the British government after the Second World War to aid in post-war development. It has since been partially privatized and assists in international development in various parts of the world. See also: DFID.
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Control Data uses the customer's existing security technologies and standards-based solutions from industry-leading vendors to address specific security requirements.
Control Data has consulting and integration services to quickly integrate the Oblix solutions with the Global Directory Server for rapid deployment.
Control Data has another 350 worldwide, including operations in Taiwan and China.
Control Data Systems, headquartered in Minneapolis, specializes in systems integration, electronic business outsourcing and services based on Internet technologies.
In an agreement in which Ceridian denied any wrongdoing, Ceridian will pay up to $24 million to plaintiffs and their lawyers, and Control Data Systems, Inc.
BiDAT is an elegant, low-cost solution for sending control data between speakers.
We're happy to be able to help NOAA implement this enterprise-wide solution," said Dave Folsom, vice president, Electronic Commerce Solutions and chief technology officer for Control Data.
For more information call toll-free 888-RIALTO4 (888-742-5864) or visit Control Data on the Web at http://www.
The combination of Control Data's global electronic commerce integration offerings with the global network capabilities of EQUANT and SITA will be a unique offering as the demand for electronic commerce accelerates worldwide," said Jim Ousley, president and chief executive officer for Control Data.
From September 1991 to August 1999, he served as president and chief executive officer of Control Data Systems (CDS) until its acquisition by British Telecommunications.
In addition, control data from 1,500 samples from the 1958 British Birth Cohort and 1,500 consented blood donors of the UK Blood Services will be released by the WTCCC to qualified scientific investigators.