Q.  What is Nascent Applied Methods & Endeavors (NAME)?

A.  NAME is an employment related educational network whose services involve educating employers and employees in the processes of improving their day-to-day operations through:
 

(1)   Computational Intelligence in Industrial Engineering
(2)   Consumer Product Design
(3)   Economic Engineering & Cost Estimation
(4)   Facilities Design & Location
(5)   Information Systems
(6)   Maintenance Engineering and Management
(7)   Materials Handling
(8)   Performance Analysis & Simulation
(9)   Production Systems Design, Planning and Control
(10) Productivity & Business Strategies
(11) Project Management
(12) Technology Management & Transfer
(13) Total Quality Management & Quality Technology
(14) Work Measurement & Methods Engineering
(15) Industrial Ergonomics & Safety
(16) Applied Operations Research
(17) CAD/CAM
(18) Other Topics of Interest in the Business Engineering Fields

 

Additionally, NAME’s product lines includes a genetic Internet-Based Operating System (IBOS), an Integrated Autonomous Office Application (IAOA), a generic designer software formula called Managerial Applied Numerics (MAN), and a programming strategy titled Distributed Operating System Architecture (DOSA).  Which are the study of the design & implementation of computerized software agents that can make decisions on their own and in interaction with a user or other software agents over a personal/corporate intranet or the World Wide Web.  Software agents interact with users or act autonomously and rationally in time-constrained, open, multi-agent environments.  Case in point, the aim of our company’s Distributed Artificial Life Program (DALP) is to bring together the micro & macro aspects of these emerging technologies through virtual biological cloning, of which shall facilitate the implementation of artificially induced scenarios used in developing real-time problem resolutions.
 
Moreover, these products of NAME addresses the issues of: agent specification via information retrieval theories, modeling of computer agents, decisions of and in IBOS [DOSA/DALP/IAOA] multi-environments, development of coordination strategies in distributing information, digital negotiation mechanisms, technical conflict detection & resolution strategies, communication protocols, and mechanisms whereby computerized software agents can maintain autonomy while still contributing to overall system effectiveness.  The company’s software system(s) will also explore computer agent shell architectures, methodologies for realizing compatible or viral agents, agent decision-making theories, inter-agent communication, end-user natural language discourse, and software engineering tools for programming and experimentation with other autonomous agents.
 
 
Q.  What is the distributed management structure of NAME and the internal positions available?

A.  NAME's Organizational Structure and available management positions are as follows;

     

The management structure of NAME consists of 91 key personnel with 1-2 supporting secretaries within each office, under each deputy or executive. If and when the need arises for a broader scope of internal personnel, this network shall either outsource it needs, or temporarily hire the individuals desired to meet its current goals & objectives. For further information regarding the management structure of NAME, please see Appendices - H and M of the draft contract agreements.
 

Q.  What are the contracting processes involved with doing business with NAME?

A.  The FIRST PROCESS is composed of partial systems entry in obtaining contractual instructions, whereby a Proposer will down-load an outline of opening statements regarding the types of services that NAME renders. Additionally, a Proposer shall also receive an even more extensive script of information regarding the judicial status of NAME in the areas of Contracting, Anti-Trust, Research & Development, Labor Laws (Benefits), Copyrights, Proprietary Information, and NAME's Educational & Constitutional role under the IRS’s codes & definitions of Employment Related Education (PUB. #970). Furthermore, these briefs will also reflect NAME's Constitutional Status as an Employment Related Strategic Development System, Competitive Investigation Service, and as an Institution of Freely Express Ideas under the Statutory Laws of the United States and of the State of California.

     

The SECOND PROCESS consists of further systems entry through the menu selection process, whereby every Proposer must complete & submit an application (i.e., order form, resume, portfolio, questionnaire, etc.), and attend an orientation session after paying the initial processing fees in order to acquire a user account and full systems access. Moreover, so as to insure that all Proposers can access and manipulate the information within their database, all accounts will include a Request For Proposal, the Strategic Development, Consulting and Marketing Contracts, as well as the Users Guide (Operations Manual) for systems keyword definitions, coding, decoding, accounting, records keeping and autonomous systems reengineering. Also, all accounts shall be continuously updated and reviewed by NAME for the purposes of evaluating the network’s overall efficiency.
 

Q.  What type of monetary compensation or benefits shall I receive for contracting with NAME?

A.  NAME's monetary compensation and benefits package consists of the following;
 

  • Yearly Income Basis - Over $440K Per 2 yr. Contract Cycle in Income and Benefits Upon Retention of Contractual Obligations

  • College Scholarships or its Financial Equivalent - For all Subcontractors

  • Financial Bonuses - Upon Retention of Contractual Obligations

  • Free Medical Care - Compensation for approved Health Plans or Illnesses

  • Free Child Care Facilitation - Compensation for Private or Special Education

  • Free Hardware and Software - Purchased on behalf of Subcontractors

  • Free Systems Upgrades and Support - Operational Support and Maintenance

  • Free Travel Expenses - To and From Training or Job Sites

  • Immigrant Sponsorship - Business and Corporate Sponsorship for U.S. Immigration Processing

Q.  If I am not a U.S. citizen and wish to use my association NAME to immigrate to America, will NAME sponsor my citizenship?

A.  Yes, NAME will work with the U.S. Department of Immigration through its business or corporate sponsorship program, in order to immigrate its subcontractors to the U.S. for the purposes of owning and operating a business in a economically disadvantage area.
 

Q.  What are the cost associated with doing business NAME?

A.  All Proposers who wish to apply under our Immigrant Sponsorship Program must initially apply for sections 1- 6 in order to qualify for a student visa under that option. Moreover, for the current time period while this web site is under development, all business proposals, agreements and forms must be first down-loaded (FTP), completed, notarized and then mailed to our business address located at:

 


 

 

Furthermore, systems access to secured documents (Appendices A - M) will not be  granted until a Proposer has submitted a registration and password fee of $19.95. Additionally, systems processing and setup fees may also be required for initializing business contracts, website hosting, etc., as all fees are applied toward the total processing fee involved in contracting with this network. Thereupon, all Proposers who submit their proposals during the first 2 years of this network’s operations may have all contracting fees deferred or waived entirely upon proof of current or prior experience in their solicited and selective fields of expertise. Finally, once the development of this web site has been completed, all documents will be processed and submitted online.
 

Password Registration & Subscription to the EINNS Systems Processing and Database Setup Business Website Development and Web Hosting ISP Integration and Intranet Implementation E-Commerce Marketing Research & Development Systems Training and Installation Systems Hardware and Software Expenditure International E-Commerce Facilitation Merchant Reserve Trust Account Deposit Automated Business Practices EDI/ECA/EWA/ALP Outreach and Consultation Strategic Evaluation Education Situation and Procedural Mapping Automated Business Practices: using appropriate automation as a tool in decision making and information handling. The goal is to use new technologies to their fullest extent to achieve a business advantage. Such technologies include: Bulletin Board Systems, Value Added Networks (VAN), Local Area Networks (LAN), Wide Area Networks (WAN), the Internet, Fax and Electronic Mail (E-Mail). Electronic Commerce and EDI: bringing to the globe new markets and trading partners through EDI by helping the customer apply electronic commerce sensibly. Scanning and Conversion: transforming hard copy data into an electronic form so it can be used more efficiently and cost effective. Provide demonstrations of electronic commerce, enterprise work architectures, and related technologies.

 

Perform studies and analyses to identify how electronic commerce and information management can improve both performance and profits. Conduct a business case analysis of a customer organization to determine the functional and economic impact of implementing EC technologies. Assemble a team of business and technical specialists to address a customer’s situation in depth. Assist the customer in developing prototype solutions using ABP and business process re-engineering. The use of on-line and network data sources to support our clients. Database tools for the collection and analysis of lessons from previous consultations with people and businesses across various industries. Helping customers focus on important hardware and software features to assists in making "smart" purchasing decisions. Hands-on experience with ABP through evaluating and incorporating them into NAME’s business operations. The latest developments in ABP, EDI, EWA and ALP software, hardware, and implementation. Database design and implementation. Electronic document management. Scanning and conversion. Local area networks (LAN) and wide area networks (WAN).Multimedia. Electronic Commerce/EDI Orientation VAN Orientation Business Needs Analysis Process Management in a Technology Environment Data In a Business Environment  

 

NAME will deliver its training from a series of instructor-led autonomous agents to individuals & businesses at remote sites located through-out the world. In most cases the subcontractor will interact with the instructor (agent) and each other through the use of multi-media tools and the Internet as if they were together in the same classroom setting. Typically, the proposer’s past & current job related performance and task analysis leads to the identification of the educational needs which are either being met by current instructional strategies, are not being met satisfactorily, or are not being addressed at all because of various constraints. The effort is then to focus on the educational needs that are not being met satisfactorily or not at all.

     

Moreover, through intelligence built into NAME systems and the extended availability of across the board intelligent support systems, electronic commerce systems will enhance the support services. The ability to provide on-line answers to problems, through resolution guides, archives of commonly encountered problems, electronic mail interaction (and in the future audio & video support), and all that 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, builds contractual confidence and retention. Monitoring how subcontractors use support information also provides insights on improvement areas in current products & services, and the list of issues encountered with products and services can be a significant source of product and services feedback for the design of new products and services.
 

Q.  After the completion of the terms of my contract with NAME, will I maintain  ownership of any equipment or products developed before or during the contract  period with NAME or through the use of NAME’s technology?

A.  Yes, the security and proprietary rights agreements of NAME are specifically focused toward protecting NAME’s market share, and preventing competitors from using NAME’s secured business practices and technologies to compete directly with NAME, its subcontractors or its customers.

THE MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE

OF

NASCENT APPLIED METHODS & ENDEAVORS

  

   

 

THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR
 OF
 NETWORK OPERATIONS

(Salary Range - Classified)

 

 

 
THE BOARD OF NETWORK REPRESENTATIVES

(Salary Ranges - Classified)

 

 

 

THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR 
OF 
NETWORK OPERATIONS

(Salary Range - $248 to $550,000 per year)

 

(Subordinate Staff Members)

THE DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR OF NETWORK OPERATIONS

THE DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR OF SALES

THE DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR SECRETARY/TREASURER

THE DEPUTY ADMINISTRATIVE COMPTROLLER

THE DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR OF INDUSTRIAL TRADE & COMMERCE

(Salary Range - $57,116 to $62,400 per year)

 

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NETWORK ADMINISTRATION & COUNSEL

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NETWORK POLICY & UNIT EVALUATIONS

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF STAFF DEVELOPMENT & PROMOTIONS

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF CONTRACTUAL OPERATIONS

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF GOVERNMENT RELATIONS & MANAGEMENT

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF GOVERNMENT LEGISLATION & LAW

(Salary Range - $42,520 to $47,808 per year)

 

 

 

THE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER
OF
SYSTEMS NETWORK DEVELOPMENT
(Salary Range - $248 to $550,000 per year)

   

(Subordinate Staff Members)

THE DEPUTY INFORMATION OFFICER OF SYSTEMS & NETWORK DEVELOPMENT

THE DEPUTY INFORMATION OFFICER RECORDER/DATAMINER

THE DEPUTY INFORMATION OFFICER OF AUTOMATED BUSINESS PRACTICES

THE DEPUTY INFORMATION OFFICER OF ELECTRONIC COMMERCE

THE DEPUTY INFORMATION OFFICER OF ELETRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE

(Salary Range - $57,116 to $62,400 per year)

 

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NETWORK INFORMATION & RECORDS

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NETWORK RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NETWORK SYSTEMS IMPLEMENTATION

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGIES

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NETWORK EWA ANALYSIS, DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF DALP SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

(Salary Range - $42,520 to $47,808 per year)  

 

 

 

THE CHIEF ACCOUNTING OFFICER 
OF 
NETWORK IMPLEMENTATION
(Salary Range - $248 to $550,000 per year)

 

(Subordinate Staff Members) 

THE DEPUTY ACCOUNTING OFFICER OF NETWORK IMPLEMENTATION

THE DEPUTY ACCOUNTING OFFICER AUDITOR/GENERAL

THE DEPUTY ACCOUNTING OFFICER OF GLOBAL MONETARY ANALYSIS

THE DEPUTY ACCOUNTING OFFICER OF COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS

THE DEPUTY ACCOUNTING OFFICER OF STRUCTURAL DATABANKING

(Salary Range - $57,116 to $62,400 per year)

 

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF PHASE ONE IN NETWORK OPERATIONS

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF PHASE TWO IN NETWORK OPERATIONS

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF PHASE THREE IN NETWORK OPERATIONS

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF PHASE FOUR IN NETWORK OPERATIONS

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF PHASE FIVE IN NETWORK OPERATIONS

(Salary Range - $42,520 to $47,808 per year)

 

 

                      

THE CHIEF ORGANIZATIONAL OFFICER 
OF 
EDUCATION & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
(Salary Range - $248 to $550,000 per year)

 

(Subordinate Staff Members)

THE DEPUTY ORGANIZATIONAL OFFICER OF EDUCATION & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

THE DEPUTY ORGANIZATIONAL OFFICER OF STRATEGIC ASSESSMENT

THE DEPUTY ORGANIZATIONAL OFFICER OF LANGUAGES & PERCEPTION

THE DEPUTY ORGANIZATIONAL OFFICER OF KNOWLEDGE RESOURCE PLANNING

THE DEPUTY ORGANIZATIONAL OFFICER OF INFORMATIONAL DISPOSITION

(Salary Range - $57,116 to $62,400 per year)

 

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES DESIGN, CONTRACTING & CONSTRUCTION

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NETWORK GRANTS & SERVICES

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF SCHOLASTIC PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF BIOLOGICAL/MEDICAL RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF USER PRIORITIZATION & UTILIZATION

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NETWORK INTELLIGENCE & INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITIES

(Salary Range - $42,520 to $47,808 per year)

 

 

 

THE CHIEF LOGISTICS OFFICER
OF
NETWORK SUPPORT

(Salary Range - $248 to $550,000 per year)

 

(Subordinate Staff Members)

THE DEPUTY LOGISTICS OFFICER OF NETWORK SUPPORT

THE DEPUTY LOGISTICS OFFICER OF MATERIAL RESOURCES

THE DEPUTY LOGISTICS OFFICER OF NETWORK PERSONNEL

THE DEPUTY LOGISTICS OFFICER OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS

THE DEPUTY LOGISTICS OFFICER OF CONTRACTUAL NETWORK OPERATIONS

(Salary Range - $57,116 to $62,400 per year)

 

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF METHODS IN ACCOUNTING

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF METHODS IN AGRICULTURE

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF METHODS IN COMMUNICATIONS

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF METHODS IN CONSTRUCTION

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF METHODS IN EDUCATION

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF METHODS IN ENTERTAINMENT

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF METHODS IN HEALTH MAINTENANCE

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF METHODS IN HUMAN RESOURCING

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF METHODS IN LAW & GOVERNMENT

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF METHODS IN MATERIAL RESOURCING

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF METHODS IN TEXTILE MANUFACTURING

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF METHODS IN TRANSPORTATION

(Salary Range - $42,520 to $47,808 per year)

 

 

 

THE CHIEF INTELLIGENCE OFFICER
OF
 NETWORK SECURITY & SPECIAL OPERATIONS

(Salary Range - $248 to $550,000 per year)

 

 (Subordinate Staff Members)

THE DEPUTY INTELLIGENCE OFFICER OF SPECIAL TEAMS & OPERATIONS

THE DEPUTY INTELLIGENCE OFFICER OF PLANNING & DESIGN

THE DEPUTY INTELLIGENCE OFFICER OF STRATEGIC STUDIES

THE DEPUTY INTELLIGENCE OFFICER OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

THE DEPUTY INTELLIGENCE OFFICER OF PROCEDURAL WEIGHTS & MEASURES

(Salary Range - $57,116 to 62,400 per year)

 

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF STRATEGIC PSYCHOLOGY

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL PROJECTS & COMMUNICATIONS

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF STRATEGIC ECONOMICS & TACTICS

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS & TACTICS

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF KNOWLEDGE WORKER SYSTEMS

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF ENCRYPTION SERVICES

(Salary Range - $42,520 to 47,808 per year)

 

William E. Fields

The A-Square Technology Group (A2 TechGrp.)

Nascent Applied Methods and Endeavors (NAME)

2355 Westwood Blvd. #555 Los Angeles, Ca. 90064

 
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