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Agencies spending more on cloud solutions

Agencies spending more on cloud solutions | Washington D.C. Employment | Scoop.it
A new report from IDC Government Insights found that state and federal governments are making progress on implementing cloud solutions, though the process is slow and unsteady, Washington Technology reported.
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Raytheon develops 13-pound 'smart bomb' for drone aircraft

Raytheon develops 13-pound 'smart bomb' for drone aircraft | Washington D.C. Employment | Scoop.it
Defense giant Raytheon Co. has carried out a successful test flight of a 13.5-pound "smart bomb" designed for drone aircraft, the Los Angeles Times reported.
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Grosvenor pays $43M for Merrifield doctors building

Grosvenor pays $43M for Merrifield doctors building | Washington D.C. Employment | Scoop.it
Grosvenor Americas has acquired a 120,000-square-foot medical office building in the Merrifield area of Fairfax for $43 million from The Long Co., which developed the building in 2009.
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Maryland sells $727M in bonds to help fund construction projects

Maryland sells $727M in bonds to help fund construction projects | Washington D.C. Employment | Scoop.it
Maryland on Wednesday sold $727 million in general obligation bonds to help fund construction projects, the Baltimore Business Journal reports.
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DC Received Most Stimulus Money Per Capita - DCist.com

"According to ProPublica's Recovery Tracker database, the District of Columbia has received the most money per capita, $8,357, since the federal stimulus plan was enacted in 2009."

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Washington D.C. One of Five Markets Where Home Building Action is Heating Up - Citybizlist (press release)

"But government jobs continue to attract more residents to the nation's capital, which in turn is creating more demand for housing, says McCabe."

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Metro could see cuts in federal funding

Metro General Manager Richard Sarles joined other transit officials Wednesday to raise concern about possible federal funding cuts to public transportation, The Washington Post reported.
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Top 10 metros for job growth through 2020 - Inman.com

"Regions expected to experience the greatest job growth in the decade are spread throughout the country. Some of the hottest areas of growth include the Phoenix-Las Vegas region; California's Central Valley; the Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo., areas; the San Antonio-Dallas corridor; and Washington, D.C."

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Hewlett-Packard raises third-quarter profit forecast, takes $8B charge

Hewlett-Packard raises third-quarter profit forecast, takes $8B charge | Washington D.C. Employment | Scoop.it
Hewlett-Packard Co. on Wednesday raised its third-quarter earnings forecast, Reuters reported. The computer manufacturer also said it was writing down the value of its services business by $8 billion.
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Ryan Clutter taking position with CBRE in Washington

Ryan Clutter taking position with CBRE in Washington | Washington D.C. Employment | Scoop.it
Ryan Clutter, an executive vice president with CBRE Group Inc. who has brokered some of Charlotte, N.C.’s biggest office sales, is moving to D.C. to join the office investment sales team.
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Ally Financial posts loss on ResCap hit

Ally Financial posts loss on ResCap hit | Washington D.C. Employment | Scoop.it
Ally Financial Inc. posted a second-quarter loss as the government-controlled auto lender recorded a $1.2 billion charge from the May bankruptcy of its money-losing mortgage subsidiary, Residential Capital, The Wall Street Journal reports.
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GeekNet finds more sales online

GeekNet finds more sales online | Washington D.C. Employment | Scoop.it
Fairfax-based Geeknet Inc., which runs the ThinkGeek retail site and technology news websites that include Slashdot and SourceForge, saw its e-commerce business grow, even as contributions from its media business declined.
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Fewer Washington jobs come with relocation help - Washington Post

Fewer Washington jobs come with relocation help - Washington Post | Washington D.C. Employment | Scoop.it

"When Heidi Phelps was offered a job with the French Embassy, she had three weeks to relocate from Rhode Island to the District and start working."

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Gyms, pet supply stores looking around D.C.

Most of the concepts featured in the "Retail Runway" panel at the International Council of Shopping Center's Mid-Atlantic conference, being held at National Harbor this week, were restaurants.
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GSA's professional services contract could reach $48 billion

GSA's professional services contract could reach $48 billion | Washington D.C. Employment | Scoop.it
General Services Administration officials have set a $48 billion ceiling on its new professional services contract called Integrations, Washington Technology reported.
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