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(Information Engineering Workbench) CASE software from Sterling Software that runs on DOS PCs and generates COBOL, CICS and IMS code for MVS mainframes. IEW was developed by Knowledgeware, which Sterling acquired in 1994. IEW migrated to ADW for OS/2, which was then renamed Key:Enterprise and later COOL:Enterprise. The software's technologies can be found within the Advantage Developer Series offered by Computer Associates, which acquired Sterling Software in 2000. See COOL.
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Outstanding students and guidance counselors from local high schools were also honored during IEW in a High Achievers' and Counselors' Recognition Ceremony.
IEW will be held at the Dusit Thani in Abu Dhabi and is expected to draw 200 participants from across the region.
At the IEW, Bangladesh is the focus country with more than 130 traders from the nation arriving at the event.
The IEW repair section was led by an IEW equipment technician.
IEW software will also allow caregivers to label certain destinations for easy access or to make portions of a building off limits.
Operation Desert Storm highlighted one of the most critical requirements for IEW assets in that they must be capable of rapid, sustained movement with the forces.
The contract covers a family of sensor systems for heavy and light ground-based as well as airborne systems for tactical intercept, direction finding and electronic countermeasures (see "Protest Follows Army IEW Common Sensor Award," JED, November 1991, p.
The TACJAM-A system employs the US Army's preferred open systems architecture (see "An Open Systems Architecture for Army IEW Systems," BG William H.
PHOTO : Potential platforms for the Army's new IEW Common Sensor Systems include the High Mobility Multi-Wheeled Vehicle.
These systems include fixed-wing, heliborne and ground-based collection, direction finding and electronic warfare platforms in the IEW mission area, as well as designated sensor systems funded in other mission areas (e.
He has overall responsibility for some 2000 engineers and the company's performance by managing the systems and design engineering functions, facilitating engineering excellence throughout IEWS and broadening the use of engineering processes.
Training provision for Indigenous education workers (IEWs) consisted mainly of on-the-job training by school staff; only one university had a program clearly designed and delivered for IEWs, although the Remote Area Teacher Education Program provided an alternative option for rural IEWs.