This report provides an overview of the health and wellness industry in Colorado, details the industry's strengths and its weaknesses, and looks at opportunities and challenges presented by a changing marketplace. It concludes with recommendations from industry leaders that are designed to promote smart growth while fostering a healthy and productive population., "December 2013.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed February 2014)
by Gerald E. Brown., Cover title., Prepared for the Colorado State Planning Office., "Urban planning grant contract. Project no. Colo. P-84, contract no. Colo. P-84-6 (C).", Description based on print version record.
This document specifies the process the Governor's Office of Innovation & Technology (OIT) will use to manage and track key IT projects, initiatives, and procurement requests., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed October 2012), "Document Id: IT LCM-OIT_v1.1", "Date: September 17, 2004."
This document establishes minimum specifications for end user computing. End user components include personal computers, portable computers, PDAs, network printers, operating, anti-virus and productivity suite software., Cover title., "February 17, 2006.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
The State of Colorado's Office of Innovation and Technology convened an advisory panel of industry experts in enterprise architecture to recommend a World-class enterprise architecture that would enable the State to provide services to the State's constituents and to manage it's applications and data independent of organizational structure., Cover title., "July 16, 2004.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
sponsored by State Job Training Coordinating Council and Governor's Job Training Office., "Funded through U.S. Department of Labor.", Includes bibliographical references., Description based on print version record.