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UMCS, Metering programs help military, federal agencies control utility use
As government agencies are striving to reduce energy costs and consumption and increase use of
Science, arts symposium keeps students focused
Students see a clearer picture of what skills are needed to work in careers, particularly in the fields of science, technology and mathematics.
Huntsville Center program meets defense department medical facility maintenance needs
Huntsville Center's Operation and Maintenance Engineering Enhancement Program provides a simplified process to respond to the growing operation and maintenance needs of Department of Defense medical facilities.
Utility rate intervention can save Army installations money
Huntsville Center's Commercial Utilities Program could save the Army millions per year.
Engineering profession showcased for local youths
A science, technology, engineering and math presentation for students showcases different types of engineers, their roles in society and the future job outlook.