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Greg Schmidt
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Attended Juniata College
Lives in Vienna, VA
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I don't usually pass along links from emails, but this one was from work, and I suspect that it may be helpful to someone here in the states.

There is a spreadsheet (XLSX Format) that lists the types of Medicaid Mental Health assistance by state. They also give a definitions tab that is helpful.

Considering that families live in different states, knowing what is available in your loved one's state may be beneficial to them.
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Happy World Oceans Day! Everyone gets today off. Head to the beaches!

#worldoceansday  
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Saturday's #carporn  entry.  It's the Aston Martin One-77 seen in it's environment.  Remarkable as only 77 were ever made and this is one of them - hence, One-77.  When produced, the cost was around $2 Million.
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Kindness - Mark Twain

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Things were predicted to be bad this weekend, but no one expected this!

Check out @dmataconis's Tweet: https://twitter.com/dmataconis/status/690688963552645121?s=09
Needs an apostrophe, like Nor'easter. Beware of blizzard lizzards! RT @dmataconis As if the snow weren't bad enough. pic.twitter.com/YtRuh31d9a · Tim Irr · 22h22 hours ago. Tim Irr @WSAZirr. @LouPickney @dmataconis I read that as Godzilla. Prof Dauber. 22h22 hours ago. Prof Dauber @ProfDauber ...
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Still snowing. There's officially 14" down now with more to come. Probably another 8-10". Not really as advertised, but a lot for Vienna, VA.
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I have a new camera! It's a Nikon D5300 with a 35-55mm lens. I also have a 55-300mm zoom, but I haven't used it yet.

These are first photos and are raw and unprocessed with software. Photos are in my front and back yards.
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I got a new phone.  Am I happy?
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What did you get??
I am really happy with my 6S Plus....;)
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Is this too much cuteness?  Or too much "Awwww!"
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I never lose...

#attitude   #positivethinking  
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When it's a heavy snowfall for 24hrs and still coming down, this is how you deal. I'd add a glass of single malt 18 yr old scotch, but it's early yet.
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Contracting Officer
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  • NASMHPD
    Contracts Manager, 2008 - present
  • GKS Consulting, LLC
    Principal, 2007 - present
  • Princeton University
    Asst Manager, Sponsored Projects Accounting, 1978 - 1983
  • Auburn University
    Director, Contracts & Grants Accounting, 1983 - 1985
  • Continental Shelf Assoc
    Contracts Manager, 1985 - 1987
  • Florida Dept HRS
    Internal Audit, 1987 - 1992
  • Florida Dept HRS
    Senior OMC Consultant, 1992 - 1993
  • Florida A&M University
    Asst Controller, Contracts and Grants Accounting, 1993 - 2000
  • The George Washington University
    Director, Grants and Contracts Accounting Services, 2000 - 2001
  • Datatel, Inc.
    Senior Consultant, Financial Systes, 2001 - 2007
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Vienna, VA
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Princeton, NJ - Plainsboro, NJ - Auburn, AL - Hobe Sound, FL - Tallahassee, FL - Vienna, VA
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Lover of hockey, new music (mostly Alternative and Indie), life-long learner.
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I am a founding member of the Juniata College IT Department  and the Board of Advisors.  We built a program that concentrates on three aspects of IT; Programming obviously, but also Business, and Communications.  Most of IT programming is business focused.  We felt it important that programmers have some exposure to business issues.  To convey ideas and make successful proposals for technology proposals, programmers should be able to create effective presentations.

We also felt it important to provide students with real world experience in managing a project for an external client - usually a company.  These projects are totally student run, with a faculty advisor on "stand-by".  The Innovations for Industry (I4I) is unique to academia.  Juniata College - Innovations for Industries

We also actively encourage students to do summer internships, and the Advisory Board assists in this.

I have toured almost all of the USA (47 states) and Canada (6 provinces), Chile, Argentina, Ecuador, and Peru with the Columbus (now American) Boychoir School.  We were part of the opening season ceremonies of the New Met (Metropolitan Opera House) at Lincoln Center.  I've performed with Leonard Bernstein and the NY Philharmonic several times at Avery Fisher Hall.  I have also performed with Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra several times as well.  We also performed in the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires in 1968.

After graduating from ABS I joined the Trinity Church Choir in Princeton, NJ.  We made frequent trips to NYC (Trinity, St. Barts, St Thomas, St. James...)  and Washington DC National Cathedral.  We did the service music for the National Protestant Hour radio program and recorded 3 albums.  We also toured English cathedrals (Bristol, Canterbury, Cambridge, Birmingham, Ely, Carlisle, Christ Church, Durham, Norwich, Salisbury, York Minster, and St. Paul's) and over to The Netherlands (Amsterdam, Haarlem) and Germany (Bremen...).

I was heavily involved in the creation of Electronic Research Administration (eRA) which created the NIH Commons which is now Grants.gov, and the systems that the member universities created which spun off as InfoEd, Coeus, Cayuse...  The objective is to receive electronic grant/contract opportunities, do internal reviews, budgets, approvals and submittals within the university, then the review and evaluation of the proposals electronically by the Fed, issuance of a NoGA/award to the institution.  All without printing paper (that's the theory at least!).  The entire process from cradle to grave being done electronically using standard EDI transaction sets as templates.
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Juniata College IT Advisory Council (1997 - ), Juniata College Alumni Council (2015 - )
Education
  • Juniata College
    Business Admin, 1973 - 1977
  • University Of Massachusetts Amherst
    MBA, 2007 - 2008
  • Hun School of Princeton
    High School, 1969 - 1973
  • American Boychoir School
    1963 - 1969
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From my research, their prices are meh. About average. Their floor staff might be able to tell you where the exits are. Go in knowing what you need and having done your research in advance, or take your iPhone/Android with you. Last 2 times I went there, the staff told me that the devices I was looking for would be Windows 10 compatible. The first time I fell for it. Not so the second (tonight). Just because the item is branded Microsoft doesn't make it compatible to Windows 10. Out of a section of mice, only 4 types were Windows 10 compatible (I bought one that wasn't and had to bring it back). Of the group of web cameras they had, only one was, though the employee told me that all of them would be because they were either Logitech, Microsoft, or Creative. None of the Microsoft products would have worked. There was exactly one (1) camera there that would, and I bought it. They now have zero compatible web cams.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
I think it's the best NY style pizza in the area. The tastes are exquisite (for a pizza).
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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They have an online system to make an appointment. You select what work you want done and book a date and time. Fantastic. Just that you have to re-write all of that, plus put down all of the vehicle info again on paper. So why do the online stuff? I had a 60K maintenance done. They found a light out that didn't show up on the dash, so they replaced it. At a cost of $52.51 for a license plate light. They wanted to charge $5.70 for the bulb and $46.81 for labor. They took the $52,51 off the bill, but wanted to charge me for the bulb. The staff inside was rude and curt when I asked a question about the airbag recall. Rather than be nice and simply state that they'll check on it and let me know, but there shouldn't be a problem as VWs don't use that company's airbag system, the guy said, "The Service Dept is closed." The service manager asked for feedback if I had any concerns. I wrote a detailed email to her. No response. There are many good local service shops around. Avoid these guys. They're trying to pay for the renovations they made.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago