EAU CLAIRE, WI- Efforts at improving communication and technology in the battlefield could help to improve the economic outlook of the Chippewa Valley.
Thanks in large part to efforts by Rep. Dave Obey (D-7th District), several Chippewa Falls-area companies are in line to receive defense contracts in the upcoming 2003 federal defense budget bill, which was passed by the House and the Sena......Full article >>>
ww.pliantcorp.com/ target="_blank">Pliant Corp., based in Schaumburg, Ill., with a film manufacturing facility in Chippewa Falls $7 million for development of better packaging for meals ready to eat (MREs). Packaging must meet military standards for ruggedness, camouflage and portability.
Silicon Graphics Corp.
(SGI), based in Mountain View......Full article >>>
Even then, funds would not be disbursed until at the earliest Oct. 1, when the new federal fiscal year begins, Powell-Bullock said. However, even that timeframe is optimistic, given the amount of agency paperwork involved in disbursing the money.
Were as far along as possibly could be, and as far along as we should be, Powell-Bullock said.
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Source:wistechnology.com By Lincoln Brunner 07/26/03Related biology technology :1
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