Government Network has completed the pilot installation of flat-panel displays in Guangdong, Guizhou and Heilongjiang provinces.
What does GOVNET stand for?
GOVNET stands for Government Network (secure/private US network)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
- Government Credit Card (travel card)
- Government Contractor
- Governor General
- Gambia Organisation of the Visually Impaired
- Government-Industry (restricted information)
- Government-Industry Restricted Information
- Gouds Ontwikkelingsvolgsysteem Voor Kleuters (Dutch: Gouda Development Monitoring System for Toddlers)
- Governmental Markup Language
- Government of Viet Nam
- Greater Oakland Visiting Nurse Association
- Gruppo Osservatori Verde Orobico (Italian: Orobico Green Association of Voluntary Observers; forest fire organization)
- General Organisation for Veterinary Services (Cairo, Egypt)
- Government Security Expo & Conference
- Governance of Service-Oriented Systems (workshop)
- Garden of War (War2 map)
- Gates of Winter (band)
- Gears of War (video game)
- God of War (video game)
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Summary: Qtel, ictQatar, Ministry of Interior and Kahramaa meet to Review Plans for Fully-Connected, Highly Secure Government Network Qtel, ictQatar, Ministry of Interior and Kahramaa meet to Review Plans for Fully-Connected, Highly Secure Government Network Qatar took a bold step towards a new era of e-Government this morning, when a kick-off meeting between leading companies and major government agencies saw the launch of the new secure Government Network initiative.
A new survey reveals that online criminals are attacking corporate and government networks more frequently, and it cost businesses an estimated $666 million in 2003.
It brings together in one site volumes of government information on Federal acquisitions and gives women-owned businesses direct access to the tools and government networks that will enable them to tap into the $190 billion Federal procurement market.