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APS FORMS PARTNERSHIP WITH HEADHUNTER.NET

OCEANSIDE, CA, Jan. 26, 2001 -- Advanced Personnel Systems, Inc. (APS; http://www.aps2k.com) has formed a strategic partnership with Atlanta-based Headhunter.net (http://www.headhunter.net; NASDAQ: HHNT), a leading national online recruiting and job awareness network. Doug Coull, APS' president, made the announcement.

"The partnership provides value added services for both companies," Coull said. "With APS' SmartSearch Online, job posters can post out directly to Headhunter.net inside the application. On the Headhunter.net platform, users who need robust Internet-based staffing solutions and an applicant-tracking ASP can utilize SmartSearch Online."

Headhunter.net features more than one million resumes and over 250,000 jobs representing more than 10,000 of the nation's top employers across virtually every industry. The site attracts more than six million job seeker visits each month and allows both job seekers and job posters to manage and track the visibility and performance of their listings.

http://www.aps2k.com) is an innovative leader in developing Internet-based solutions for the staffing industry. Established in 1985, the firm is based in Oceanside, CA, about 30 miles north of San Diego. The company's flagship product, SmartSearch Online (http://www.smartsearchonline.com), provides clients worldwide with the technology framework for their Internet recruiting strategy. SmartSearch Online is the only product offering wireless access and integration with Microsoft Outlook.

In addition to selling and marketing SmartSearch Online in the United States, APS maintains strategic partnerships with companies in France, Germany and Hong Kong that distribute the product throughout Europe and Asia. Clients include Tyson Foods, Corestaff, Adecco, Interstate Hotels, Sharp HealthCare, Belcan Technical Services, Quantum Resources, Copper Mountain Networks, and more.

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