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Position: * ** Senior .Net Developer** (HOT)*
Location: *Atlanta, GA*
Duration: 3 months
*Senior .NET Developer*
This project is to automate the pesticide field inspection and office
reporting. The license automation is also considered part of this project if
- The *Microsoft .NET framework version 3.0 *or higher should be used for
the development of this automation process.
- Visual Studios 2008 and Team Foundation Server 2008 are the required
development tools for this project.
- The *MS Agile development approach* should be used for this project.
- SQL Server 2005 (2008 compatible design) will be used for the data
- All development should follow the Microsoft Best Practices Guide and
will be checked/reviewed by GDOA personnel.
- US government experience is required (state or federal)
Field personnel use a combination of laptops and tablet computers to record
inspection data in the field (all have stylus enabled screens). The data
should be transmitted nightly to the main office for immediate reporting.
Investigations/violations should be determined based on the data uploaded
and an action item should be created for follow up (some inspections require
a violation report be completed in the field). Licenses should be automated
so applications and renewals can be web based with fees being charged
(credit card/PayPal/electronic check) upon completion of the process.
*Analysis of the processes have been started and partially completed by GDOA
*Thanks & Regards,***
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South Plainfield, NJ 07080
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