About Kaiser Permanente
Kaiser Permanente is America's leading integrated health plan. Founded in 1945, it is a not-for-profit; group practice prepayment program headquartered in Oakland, Calif. Kaiser Permanente serves the health care needs of more than 8.7 million members in nine states and the District of Columbia. Today it encompasses the not-for-profit Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc., Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and their subsidiaries, and the for-profit Permanente Medical Groups. Nationwide, Kaiser Permanente includes approximately 156,000 technical, administrative and clerical employees and caregivers, and more than 13,000 physicians representing all specialties. For more Kaiser Permanente news, visit the KP News Center at: http://xnet.kp.org/newscenter.
About the U.S. EPA's Pacific Southwest office and the Green Electrics Council
The EPA's Pacific Southwest office works to protect public health and the environment in the southwestern United States (Arizona, California, Nevada, and Hawaii). EPA Region 9 also works with 147 federally recognized tribes in the Pacific Southwest, and with trust territories and former territories in the Pacific Ocean.
The Green Electronics Council (GEC) partners with environmental
organizations, government agencies, manufacturers and other interested
stakeholders to improve the environmental and social performance of
electronic products. Its main project is to promote and implement the EPEAT
green computer standard. Additional information on GEC is available at
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