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Keaki Technologies and Akimeka LLC are competing against five other technology companies for contracts to support information management and technology demonstrations for the Pacific Joint Information Technology Center on Maui. The contracts are worth $300 million for the next five years, creating numerous employment opportunities for IT professionals with advanced computing training.The contracts call for a variety of projects including medical information management, IT research studies, proof of concept demonstrations and prototyping for IT products. The Pacific Joint Information Technology Center works with the U.S. Department of Defense to support its medical readiness requirements and IT modernization needs with prototyping and advanced concept development.Phil Kahue, president of Keaki Technologies, told Pacific Business News that the contracts could call for experts in mobile web application development, research relating to electronic medical records as well as other emerging technologies. Kahue expects the companies chosen for the contracts will have to fill many web developer positions, engineering spots and other technology roles in order to complete the tasks efficiently.
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