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Updated: July 8th, 2008 05:26 PM CDT

SAIC to Provide Systems Development Services to the NEDSS

via PRNewswire

Over the last two years, SAIC has worked with CDC to enhance the NEDSS system, including the introduction of a flexible, layered architecture that supports commonality and code reusability. CDC will soon have a flexible and extendible platform on which to base a broad set of program-specific surveillance requirements.

Modules for tuberculosis, varicella, and lead poisoning will be the first PAMs released by the CDC. SAIC and the CDC have worked on an extensive outreach campaign with state and local health department stakeholders, in a concerted effort to significantly improve the interface design, and boost user acceptance and interest in using CDC software.

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