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Brandt awarded contract to manage FDOT OWOD Permitting Office

Brandt was selected by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to manage the Overweight/Over-dimensional Permitting Office, which is the office responsible for the processing and administration of all permits legally necessary to transport overweight or irregularly sized equipment, vehicles, and materials. The company began operational oversight July 1, 2014 and will continue to support and manage the OWOD Permit Office until December 31, 2018. A midst constant strategic business growth, this project has added nearly 15 new team members to the Brandt staff.

With nearly thirty years of technology, project management, and consulting experience, Brandt provides office and project support to FDOT administration, and is responsible for day to day permit issuance operations. Located in Tallahassee, Florida, the OWOD office is supported by Brandt staff at the state offices, as well as management and operational support from Brandt’s home office just a few minutes away.

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Brandt Opens Second Office in Georgia

Brandt Information Services has opened a second office in Atlanta to support new projects and business expansion in Georgia. The second office will provide Brandt’s Florida & Georgia’s offices with project operations and management, adding over thirty five new employees to the Brandt team.

The new office will provide higher levels of customer service and project quality as Brandt continues to acquire new business opportunities throughout the country.

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Brandt Information Services, Inc. opens new office in Atlanta, GA.

To support current and new clients with a larger national presence, Brandt Information Services, Inc. has opened a new office in Atlanta, Georgia. “We are really excited to pursue new and larger business opportunities in other nearby states, as well as across the country. Our new Atlanta office will offer support and a greater presence to customers in other states and allow us to pursue new opportunities for Brandt,” said CEO John B. Thomas. The Atlanta location will allow the Brandt team to work closely with current and future customers and expand travel access.

Based in Tallahassee, Florida, Brandt provides Labor Market Research and Information Technology solutions to local, state, and federal agencies. Most recently, Brandt developed the brand new license issuance system for hunting and fishing license sales for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, generating nearly one hundred jobs and an opportunity in a new industry for the company. The project went live ahead of schedule with no down time to customers.

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Brandt Information Services, Inc. Becomes New Licensing Vendor for Florida FWC

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA   Brandt Information Services, Inc. customized recreational licensing system went live in October 2012 for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s new system for recreational fishing and hunting license sales. The Recreational Licensing Issuance Services (RLIS) system provides an internet application for Florida residents and tourists to purchase hunting and fishing licenses at home, over the phone, or at retail agents and tax collectors across the state. RLIS went live “seamlessly, with no down time between systems,” according to FWC Office of Licensing and Permitting Director Bill Hunter.

After nearly two years of project development, the state began using Brandt’s RLIS system for license sales and license and permit management. “We are exciting to have developed a robust, state of the art system for Florida Fish and Wildlife and look forward to pursuing other opportunities to provide states with more efficient technology tools,” said CEO John B. Thomas. Since October 2012, the system has handled various limited entry and quota hunting opportunities for Florida residents and tourists and is preparing for the upcoming popular Alligator season.

Brandt, an Information Technology firm in Tallahassee, Florida has offered labor market research and technology solutions to local, state, and federal government agencies since 1985. Previous projects include developing the mobile ordering application for Papa Johns, and more recently Brandt conducted the Green Goods and Service Study for United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics across the country.

With the launch of the new licensing system, Brandt will continue to manage and maintain the RLIS system, as well as a 24/7 support center for customers and agents across the state. The project has generated nearly 100 jobs in information technology, customer support, and management to date in the State of Florida.

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U.S. Congressman Southerland visits Brandt Information Services!

U.S Congressman Southerland visit the Brandt office in early August to discuss job growth and new projects. Southerland met with over half of the companies nearly 120 employees to talk about current events and his views on important topics.

 

Read the full story here: http://www.prlog.org/11945120-us-congressman-steve-southerland-visits-tallahassee-information-technology-company.html

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Economists Release Blogs on Economic Recovery and LMI Data Sources

Economists Release Blogs on Economic Recovery and LMI Data Sources

Dr. Greg Weeks and George Foster, Economists, will release a series of blogs on Economic Recovery and Labor Market Information.

Brandt Information Services is launching a new series of economic blogs to help readers understand national and local the labor markets as the nation leaves the recession and moves into recovery.  The first two of these blog reports have been produced by Brandt economists, Dr. Greg Weeks and George Foster.

The Weeks report analyzes data from the Business Employment Dynamics program of the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.  These data are developed from individual businesses’ employment levels and analyze the degree to which the businesses grow or decline in employment from quarter to quarter.  In this way, the data series tracks job creation and job destruction over time.  In his analysis of these data, Weeks finds “Job creation in the US economy is near the lowest levels in twenty years, despite the end of the great recession. While the historically low level of job destruction is a positive aspect of the recovery, it does not seem as if the economy will truly recover until employers start adding and creating jobs at much higher levels.”

Foster writes about the information included in several types of data about job openings.  Ranging from local surveys to national data sets, Foster provides a review of each of the data sets as well as an analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of each.

While slow economic recovery and growth is expected, Weeks and Foster utilize local, state, and federal data to provide insight in to the near future, and compare data sources to best understand how to utilize public resources to identify trends and project possible change and growth.

Dr. Greg Weeks, former Labor Market Information Director for the State of Washington holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Washington State University and is currently an Economist for Brandt Information Services, Inc.

George Foster, former Economist Supervisor for the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity holds a Master’s Degree in Anthropology and a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics.  Mr. Foster is also an Economist for Brandt Information Services, Inc. based in Tallahassee, Florida.

The blogs can be found here: http://www.brandtinfo.com/labor-market-research/labor-market-economists-blog/

 

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Dr. Weeks presentation at C2ER Conference- Oklahoma City

Dr. Greg Weeks’ (former LMI director from Washington State) presentation at the C2ER conference in Oklahoma City on Skills Shortage in the Workforce provided a new outlook on the debate of whether or not a skills shortage exists. A copy of Dr. Weeks’ presentation can be seen here: C2ER_Skills Shortage

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Congratulations to Henry Lewis, iPad Winner from the 2012 NAWB Conference

In attendance at the National Association of Workforce Boards, Brandt Information Services raffled off an iPad and drew Mr. Henry Lewis’ name from the Workforce Investment Network in Tennessee! Congratulations Mr. Lewis!

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Job Vacancy Study Analysis Report!

Shortly after the completion of a job vacancy study for the San Bernardino Employment and Training Agency in California, Brandt has published our data collection and analysis report, which provides an overview and complete assessment of all data collected. The information and analysis will allow SBETA to understand local job vacancies by industry and occupation, as well as the labor needs of employers in the area!

Be sure to check out Brandt’s report by following this link: SBETA Report

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Job Vacancy Studies in the News!

Due to the great success of our increasingly popular and ever-expanding Job Vacancy Studies for states across the country — Alabama, Alaska, Florida, Maine, and Massachusetts, just to name a few — we have been featured by California news agencies. Read the full article titled City of San Bernardino Employment and Training Agency to Conduct Employer Survey of Labor Market Conditions.

At Brandt, our number one goal is to help companies and individuals succeed — whether it’s through Labor Market Research in order to help Undo Unemployment, or through Technology Projects and Staffing services in order to maximize private companies’ and government entities’ efficiency and revenue.

Be sure to browse our site and contact us today to learn how we can help you and your organization become more productive and successful.

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