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gov

the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) a US government organization
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gov.

or Gov.,

1. governor.
2. government.
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Translations

gov

[gʌv] N ABBR (Brit) =governorjefe m, patrón m
yes gov!¡sí, jefe!
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Ursula Owusu-Ekuful explained that the first phase of the GOVNET project would connect certain sectors in 69 districts in four regions, whereas the second phase would cover all districts in all the sixteen regions of the country.
Alona Isidro, Project Manager of DICT, in an interview on Wednesday described GovNet as a project of DICT to "interconnect government agencies through fiber optics cable."
Ceragon Networks Ltd (Nasdaq:CRNT), a wireless backhaul specialist company, announced on Wednesday that its FibeAir IP-20 platform has been selected by GovNET, a specialised telecommunications firm that focuses on local, state and federal agency intercommunications.
GovNet too will be better able to improve eGovernment performance and can follow through on its aim to connect all state and government institutions through a single private network.
GovNet worked in close cooperation with the Government New Network (GNN), the UK government's established media and PR network, to build the SearchThePublicSector.co.uk (STePS) web site.
Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) have said that federal Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge is entertaining the development of a "govnet"--a secured network that assists law enforcement, public health and emergency management agencies attain information in the event of a crisis such as the September 11 terrorist attacks.
* A study to determine whether the government should develop GovNet, a secure network linking federal agencies;
In addition, the Bush Administration has begun assessing the technical, fiscal, and political feasibility of developing a parallel but separate government-only information network (dubbed Govnet).
Nicknamed Govnet the new private network is proposed to mimic the Internet - but it will actually be secure.