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1 - Introduction

TUCV is a LaTeX package for producing a CV or resume. It is based upon the 
shaded resume style, originally by Matthew Boedicker. The capabilities 
it provides are inspired by the University of Tulsa's Cyber Corps resume 
format; it is inclined to produce a somewhat lengthy, detailed document.

Up to date source files for this package are available at its bitbucket 
repository at <>.

Detailed documentation can be found in tucv.pdf, which may also be 
generated by running pdflatex on tucv.dtx.

Source and PDF output of a sample CV with dummy content is provided in 
tucv_ex.tex and tucv_ex.pdf.

2 - Installation

Dependencies: array, calc, color, fancyhdr, xparse.

The tucv package provides a single style, tucv.sty, which is generated 
by running latex on tucv.ins. To use, place tucv.ins in a directory 
searched by the latex compiler.

3 - Acknowledgments

3.1 - TU Resume Format

The format of the sample CV and the document style that guided the 
adaptation of this package is based upon the University of Tulsa 
Institute for Information Security and Cyber Corps program's de facto 
resume format, which is the work, among others, of:

o Alexander Barclay
o Christopher Swenson

3.2 - LaTeX Package

This style is based upon the shaded resume template that is the work of:

o Matthew Boedicker <>
o David J Grant <>
o Todd C Miller <>
o George Louthan <>

4 - License

This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0
Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit or send a letter to
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