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The law also focuses on training, excellence and distribution of powers and missions between the Department of Human Resources and other competent entities regarding the appointment.
The child was placed in temporary custody with the Department of Human Resources before being placed with relatives, Spivey said.
Working with the local Department of Human Resources, they tackle small-scale projects that engage with the unpalatable, neglected margins of American society.
a provider of electronic payment, risk management and related professional services, has been selected as the prime provider of the Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) services by the State of Alabama Department of Human Resources.
WASHINGTON, March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Audrey Rowe, Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Lockheed Martin IMS' Children and Family Services division issued the following statement today in response to a report that the Maryland Department of Human Resources announced it was not exercising its option for a fourth year on the company's Maryland Privatization Child Support Enforcement Project.
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Freeman, with the North Carolina Department of Human Resources in Raleigh, has challenged its use in veterinary practices.
Integrated Warehousing Solutions, LLC, a leading provider of supply chain execution solutions, announced today that the Georgia Department of Human Resources has selected the IRMS Warehouse Management System (IRMS) and the IRMS Mobile Emergency Response System ("Go-Kit") for its Inventory and Patient Tracking System (IPTS).