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Public Sector and Education Edition
September 2010

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NEWS
Oracle OpenWorld Offers a Packed Public Sector Lineup
This month’s Oracle OpenWorld 2010 includes a series of important events for professionals in government, K–12, and higher education organizations. Read More...
New Feature Pack Streamlines Higher-Ed Admissions
PeopleSoft Enterprise Campus Solutions Warehouse 9.0 Feature Pack 3 includes admission applications Web services, which use the software’s service-oriented architecture to create an online admissions application process with self-service capabilities for prospective students and administrators. Read More...

Join a User Group: It’s Good for Your Professional Health
Being a member of an Oracle user group can be good for your professional health. According to studies by Oracle, the 330,000 worldwide members of the 870 user groups associated with Oracle are more satisfied customers than nonmembers. Read More...

BLOGOSPHERE
ORCLville: Oracle OpenWorld 2010—What Looks Good to Me
"Oracle OpenWorld is staring us in the face. With the combination of Oracle Develop, JavaOne, and Oracle OpenWorld, San Francisco will be an overflowing mass of humanity determined to attend sessions, network, and socialize. And what would Oracle OpenWorld be without another "What Looks Good to Me" blog post?" Read More...
WEBCASTS
Improving Government Responsiveness with Oracle’s Self-Service Solutions

Managing Projects When Every Dollar Counts: Project, Program, and Portfolio Management for Federal, State, and Local Government
EDUCATION
Oracle Policy Automation Training for Public Sector
Oracle Policy Automation enables government agencies throughout the world to effectively deliver services and fairly and consistently determine legislated and policy obligations.
  • Oracle University’s Oracle Policy Modeling: Essentials 1 (a three-day live virtual class) is the first step for analysts and nontechnical users who want to learn the skills and tools required for capturing, analyzing, publishing, and maintaining business policies and regulations.

  • Oracle Policy Modeling Essentials 2 (a two-day live virtual class) builds upon the framework and approach first covered in the essentials course to extend your understanding of Oracle Policy Modeling.
To access all Oracle Policy Automation training, visit oracle.com/education/policyautomation.
OFFER
Save 20% Now on Oracle Open Office Standard Edition
Oracle Open Office Standard Edition is the most affordable, feature-rich office productivity suite you can purchase for the public sector and education industry. Save 20% when you buy it now at the Oracle Store. Enter Save20 at checkout. Offer valid through September 30, 2010.
EVENTS
Oracle OpenWorld
September 19-23
San Francisco, California

Oracle OpenWorld Beijing
December 13–16, 2010

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