(PRWEB) October 25, 2004
OCISolutions Inc. has the anticipation of creating between 5 and 10 thousand jobs within the year. These jobs will be call center and technical support for the call centers. These jobs will pay a good wage and include benefits for our full time workers. These jobs will be in support of their software products that they have been selling to the individual states Departments of Education.
They offer two products, the first of which is SchoolMailbag, which meets several of the guideless of the No Child Left Behind Act. They have spoken with many members of the Federal Department of Education and have been assured that our educational program meets requirements set forth by No Child Left Behind Act. SchoolMailBag Program acknowledges student achievement, children with disabilities, communication between parents and educators, as well as the multi-lingual requirements of NCLB.
Their second product, "NotifyMe" helps communicate Amber alert and other Home Land security information to the public in a quick and efficient manner.
OCISolutions is a small company owned by service-disabled veteran that has a GSA schedule. They feel that it is important to re-employ our troops as they come back from Iraq or leave the service. They also feel that the disabled veterans need the support and stability of a job that they can perform with continued dedication to United States. They are currently working with HeartMath, and Veterans Across American in efforts to create jobs for our returning disabled veterans.
With your help and support we can create these jobs immediately.
They have been working with Congressman Hastert and Hyde. Along with many of the IL state Reps. For example, Rich Bradley, Pat Reid Linder, Tom Cross and others. To enhance education.
Every year states return unspent Federal Education dollars. Here is what IL returned.
According to the Congressional Research Service:
Illinois is sitting on more than $84 million in unspent federal education funding from FY2000 - FY2002:
$84,753,356 --- Total from FY2000 - FY2002
$10,421,588--- NCLB Title I aid for the disadvantaged
$44,014,973 --- Special Education
$26,569,520 --- NCLB School Improvement funding
$1,933,046 --- Vocational and Adult Education
$1,814,230 --- English Language Acquisition
And according to the Budget Services at the U.S. Department of Education (as of January 6, 2004), Illinois has already returned more than more than $1,463,952 million to the Federal Treasury in unspent federal education funding on September 30, 2003:
If you would like SchoolMailbag in your state please contact your Governor and tell him or her that we need SchoolMailbag and NotifyMe. Each state differs on the reaction, but in most cases a cause with 25 calls or emails to the Governor, requires some action. Please help them create the grass roots movement necessary to create these jobs, as jobs are the real way to get America back on its feet !