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subjects that will be covered during this training seminar would be the subject of what the health insurance portability and accountability act entails, and what are the stipulations and regulations that this act imposes upon the handling of privileged health information, as well as general health records. In addition to this initial training that the employees would receive, I would seek to ensure that the H I PAA regulations are reviewed on a monthly basis by the departmental managers for their departmental staff within the healthcare organization. This monthly review will take place during a mandatory educational meeting that will be held on the last Friday of every month for approximately one hour. This monthly review will also provide the employees with information concerning the healthcare organization's policy of termination for any employee that violates any of the stipulations of this act....(305 more words & 1 attachments).
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sp;                    }                                       if( rum / 13 == 0)             {                PlayingCard.CardSuit.valueOf(suit); = ...                deck[rum] = false;                cardsInDeck--;             }                                return null;      }    //Mutator: Insert a Playing-Card into a partially completed Poker-Hand      //PRE-CONDITION The hand is not completed (...(1265 more words & 1 attachments).
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tTotalCharged = intTotalCharged * 5 Case Is <= 9 intTotalCharged = intTotalCharged * 3 Case Else intTotalCharged = intTotalCharged * 2 End Select Me.YourBillLabel.Text = "Consumption: " & intTotalRead & " kiloliters of water used." & vbNewLine _ & vbNewLine & "Your bill is: " & Format(intTotalCharged, "currency") & "." Me.OldReadTextBox.Focus() End Sub Private Sub All...(172 more words & 1 attachments).
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d so frequently employed during his years as Senate majority leader, Johnson persuaded the Senate to limit delaying tactics preventing a final vote on the sweeping Civil Rights Act of 1964, which outlawed discrimination in all public accommodations. The next year’s Voting Rights Act of 1965 authorized the federal government to register voters where local officials had prevented African Americans from doing so. By 1968 a million African Americans were registered in the deep South. Nationwide, the number of African-American elected officials increased substantially. In 1968, the Congress passed legislation banning discrimination in housing. Once unleashed, however, the civil rights revolution produced leaders impatient with both the pace of change and the goal of channeling African Americans into mainstream white society. Malcolm X, an eloquent activist, was the most prominent figure arguing for African-American separation from the white race. Stokely Carmichael, a student leader, became similarly disillusioned by the notions of nonviolence and interracial cooperation. He popularized the slogan “black power,” to be achieved by &...(610 more words & 1 attachments).
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he civil rights movement. President Kennedy was initially reluctant to press white Southerners for support on civil rights because he needed their votes on other issues. Events, driven by African Americans themselves, forced his hand. When James Meredith was denied admission to the University of Mississippi in 1962 because of his race, Kennedy sent federal troops to uphold the law. After protests aimed at the desegregation of Birmingham, Alabama, prompted a violent response by the police, he sent Congress a new civil rights bill mandating the integration of public places. Not even the March on Washington, however, could extricate the measure from a congressional committee, where it was still bottled up when Kennedy was assassinated in 1963. President Lyndon B. Johnson was more successful. Displaying negotiating skills he had so frequently employed during his years as Senate majority leader, Johnson persuaded the Senate to limit delaying tactics preventing a final vote on the sweeping Civil Rights Act of 1964, which outlawed discrimination in all public accommodations. The next year’s Voting Rights Act of 1965 authorized the federal govern...(610 more words & 1 attachments).
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get snake eyes."); } // end main() } // end class public class SnakeEyes { /* This program simulates rolling a pair of d...(63 more words & 1 attachments).
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line-height:200%;font-family:"Times New Roman","serif"">    public PRJ3RennelsJ(boolean isGuitarTuned, boolean isGuitarPlaying,               int currentVolumeLevel, int currentRegister, int currentTone,               String pickupConfiguration) { // Begin variable initialization          this.isGuitarTuned = isGuitarTuned;          this.isGuitarPlaying = isGuitarPlaying;          this.currentVolumeLevel = currentVolumeLevel;          this.currentRegister = currentRegister;          this.currentTone = currentTone;          this.pickupConfiguration = pickupConfiguration;      } // End variable initialization        /**      * guitarSelectionMenu.      * This method generates an option menu of all possible index values in the       * instrumentArray array, using the index number as the menu number.  The       * user is then prompted to make a selection from the list.      *       * @return  the user's selection as an integer.      */      private int guitarSelectionMenu() { // Begin guitarSelectionMenu          int guitar = -1;          do { // Begin generate menu          System.out.println("Please choose a guitar from the list by entering its "                  + "corresponding number below:");          // For loop to generate a list of available guitars          for (int guitarCount = 0; guitarCount < instrumentArray.length; guitarCount++) { // Begin guitar list              System.out.println((guitarCount) + " = " + instrumentArray[guitarCount]);          } // End guitar list          System.out.print("\nGuitar number: ");          Scanner guitarSelection = new Scanner(System.in);          guitar = guitarSelection.nextInt();          if ((guitar < 0) || (guitar > 9)) { // Begin display error message              System.out.print(guitar + " is not a valid selection!\n\n");          } // End display error message          } while ((guitar < 0) || (guitar > 9)); // End generate menu          return guitar;      } // End guitarSelectionMenu        /**      * setGuitarStates.      * This method generates a s...(4111 more words & 1 attachments).
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CEH Certified Ethical Hacking by Evangelist
CEH Certified Ethical Hacking SUBDOMAIN 430.1 - INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING Competencies: 426.4.2: Preattack Planning - The graduate evaluates techniques used in footprinting and imp
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The University has recently leased a building in Adelphi, Maryland. The building will house some offices, classrooms, library, and computer labs.
The University has recently leased a building in Adelphi, Maryland.  The building will house some offices, classrooms, library, and computer labs.   Building dimensions: Length: 240 Feet, Width: 95 Feet, Height: 30 Feet       The 50-year-old two-story building has the following layout:     There will be six computer labs that will be used for instruction.  Each of these labs will have 23 computers (22 student computers and 1 instructor computer).  Each of these labs will also have a server in the closet located inside the lab.   In addition to the six computer labs, there will also be a Student Computer Lab that will provide computer access to students to do their homework.  There will be 30 computers in this lab and a server in the closet.   The library will also have some computers to allow students access to the library resources.  There will be 10 computers for student’s use in the library, and 5 computers for Library staff.   There are five lecture classrooms in the building.  Each of this room will have a computer for instructor’s use.   Finally, there are various offices in the building.  Each of these offices will have one computer for the staff use, with the exception of the Admission office that will have 5 computers for staff use.   Equipment Inventory   Workstation Placement Number of Computers Users Total Computers 6 Instructional Computer labs 22 Student and Faculty 132 Student Computer Lab 31 Student 31 6 various offices 6 Staff/Faculty 6 Admission office 5 Staff 5 Library 10 Student 10 Library 5 Staff 5 5 classrooms 1 Faculty 5 Server   Staff To be determined by students Network Connecting Devices   IT Staff To be determined by students Printers     To be determined by student   Two server rooms have been allocated, one on the first floor and one on the second floor.       Your task is to design the network for this new building with the following criteria:     Student-accessed computers should be on separate network from the staff-accessed computers.   The whole building will share one Internet access connection (T-3 link from Verizon).  This connection will come into the Server Room on the first floor.   Security is very important for UMUC as we have to protect students and employee’s data as well as any intellectual property that UMUC has on the servers and computers.   The network has been assigned the 12.12.0.0/16 network address for all computers and devices. For Internet routing use 153.1.120.1 IP address.   The network should use physical cable (not wireless), but do provide wireless access in the Student Lobby area.         Submission should include (in no more than ten pages, excluding diagrams and references):   Network Addressing:     Define the subnet (based on: rooms, floor, department, or other criteria).   For each subnet, explain which devices/groups/users/rooms will be on this subnet, define the network address, subnet mask, and available IP addresses to be used by computers or devices.         Physical Network Design:     Define the topology that will be used.   Select the appropriate network media to use.   Select the appropriate network connecting devices to use.   Physical layout of the computers on the floor plan.   List of additional servers or network devices needed to implement the network.   Justifications for your network design (number 1 – 5 above)         You will be evaluated on your ability to     Implement appropriate IP addressing scheme   select and justify appropriate cable media that includes the length of each cable segment and number of nodes on each segment   select and justify appropriate topology such as star, bus, or ring for your network   select and justify of your selected network equipments
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