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Aquilent Job Announcement - Join Our Team!

From: Jen B.
Sent on: Thursday, October 13, 2011 11:40 AM

Aquilent, one of the Top 50 Best Places to Work in Washington, DC is seeking a iOS/iPhone/iPad Developer to support the Lost Person Finder (LPF) project – which was utilized after the 2010 Haiti earthquake and then featured during one of our Health 2.0 STAT events. The LPF is a part of the Bethesda Hospital Emergency Preparedness Program, an effort among three area hospitals and the National Library of Medicine to put in place systems and procedures to handle emergencies. The LPF is a system to address the search for and finding of friends and relatives whose whereabouts are unknown.

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