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Idaho National Laboratory opens new computing, cybersecurity buildings (access required)

IDAHO FALLS – Idaho National Laboratory (INL) formally opened two new buildings that are intended to give students and researchers across the state access to supercomputing and cybersecurity resources. Officialas celebrated the Collaborative Computing Center (C3) and Cybercore Integration Center (CIC) ...

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More startup funding opportunities coming to Idaho (access required)

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Idaho entrepreneurs should have more funding opportunities as new organizations are drawn to the region’s business success. Pioneer Square Labs (PSL) – a Seattle-based startup studio and venture capital fund – was looking at Idaho companies as well as presenting ...

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Controller signs $55 million IT contract (access required)

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The Idaho State Controller has officially signed a contract with Deloitte Consulting LLP for implementation services for its new Luma system. The total amount of the not-to-exceed contract amount for implementation services spanning the life of the project (September of ...

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How many of HP’s jobs cuts will come from Idaho? No one knows (access required)

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HP Inc., one of Boise’s most venerable technology companies, expects to cut 7,000 to 9,000 employees by the end of 2022, but it isn’t clear how many cuts will come from Idaho. “We do not break the restructuring out by ...

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