eTechnology Alliance wins 2003 Texas Child Abuse Prevention CDROM Production Contract

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Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services, a 250 office state agency, awarded eTechnology Alliance the 2003 Texas Child Abuse Prevention Campaign production contract for up to 50,000 CDROMS and printed sleeves. Out of numerous bids submitted from across the US, eTechnology Alliance was the most qualified lowest bidder able to meet all requirements including a 100% tested product with an aggressive delivery schedule combined with print production reviews. The CDROMs will be distributed throughout Texas Protective and Regulatory Service and Teachers Education Agency starting in February in preparation for Child Abuse Prevention Month in April, 2003.

Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services, a 250 office state agency, awarded eTechnology Alliance the 2003 Texas Child Abuse Prevention Campaign production contract for up to 50,000 CDROMS and printed sleeves. Out of numerous bids submitted from across the US, eTechnology Alliance was the most qualified lowest bidder able to meet all requirements including a 100% tested product with an aggressive delivery schedule combined with print production reviews. The CDROMs will be distributed throughout Texas Protective and Regulatory Service and Teachers Education Agency starting in February in preparation for Child Abuse Prevention Month in April, 2003.

eTechnology Alliance Optical Technology Group (OTG), a Texas Qualified Information Systems Vendor, provides DVD/CDROM mastering from video, music, and data and DVD/CDROM/CD-R replication or duplication using standard, mini, business card, colored, or custom shape optical recording media. Packaging includes a full line of cases, sleeves, printing, and security sealing.

eTechnology Alliance, Project Management Group (PMG), is an project management consulting company that uses proven project management processes that clarify project requirements, qualifies manufactures, materials, and resources to meet client expectations. eTechnology Alliance's core management criteria focuses upon achieving a common detailed unambiguous understanding of project scope (requirements and solution specifications), cost, schedule, quality, and support (warranty). The fact that eTechnology Alliance funds it's own fixed bid projects is a testimony to the confidence the company has in its process.

eTechnology Alliance PMG also installs and customizes enterprise project management web site software that has been used by Project Management Offices to achieve advanced prediction of cost and schedule estimates at completion based upon performance and identified risk.

For more information please contact:

Matthew Barrett

Senior Project Manager

Austin, TX

(512) 244-6570 office

(512) 857-0341 fax

info@eTech-Alliance.com

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