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AltaMed Health Services

Founded in 1969, AltaMed is one of the largest independent non-profit Federally Qualified Community Health Centers in the U.S. delivering more than 930,000 annual patient visits through its 43 sites in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. With annual revenues that exceed $200 million AltaMed consistently receives the highest ratings from the Joint Commission. AltaMed is an important part of the national network of 7,000 FQHC clinics nationwide that provide health care services to more than 18 million patients each year.

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California Board of Equalization

The California State Board of Equalization (BOE) is the only elected tax commission in the nation. BOE was created by an 1879 constitutional amendment to ensure statewide uniformity in county property tax assessment practices, but assumed a broader role as California moved into the 20th century. Today BOE is charged with administering the sales and use tax and 29 other special tax and fee programs, centrally assessing utility property, setting timber harvest values, hearing business and income tax appeals, and overseeing the assessment practices for real and personal property by California's 58 county assessors. BOE collects taxes and fees that provide more than 34 percent of the annual revenue for state government and essential funding for counties, cities, and special districts. In fiscal year 2006–2007, BOE-administered taxes and fees produced nearly $54 billion for education, public safety, transportation, housing, health services, social service, and natural resource management.

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Montana State Fund Insurance

Montana State Fund (MSF) is a state-created competitive insurance company providing workers compensation insurance to nearly 30,000 employers in the state. The company earns $166MM in premiums and maintains $241MM in equity with reserves of $838MM. MSF processes over 10,000 claims per year. The company built a new headquarters building and executed a move project that involved simultaneous upgrades to certain systems and infrastructure. The new building afforded the company an opportunity to modernize its voice telecommunications systems. MSF selected Sabot to develop their telecommunications strategy, design the voice systems architecture, develop detailed requirements, perform market research, prepare the solicitation document and consult throughout the selection of the system integrator and technology vendor.

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