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It is more important than ever to educate all of our employees on compliance and ethics issues especially as our business environment grows ever more complex. DJI remains committed to proactively maintaining a high level of training for all of its employees so that they can confidently meet the many challenges ahead. It’s worth noting that ethics and compliance training is no longer just the right thing to do, it’s a requirement of our customer.
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Mr. Brian Harmon
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Mr. Brian Harmon attended HS and college in Gainesville and in the few months he's been at GJCC, has already made an impact in the Purchasing Dept. He recently reviewed and rebid all existing contracts, cutting operating costs for the Center.
 
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