WASHINGTON, D.C. 20549
                                    FORM 8-K
                                 CURRENT REPORT
                       Pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d) of
                       the Securities Exchange Act of 1934

       Date of Report (Date of earliest event reported): April 14, 2004

                   Clinical Trials Assistance Corporation
                 (Exact name of registrant specified in charter)

             Nevada                   000-50095               27-0009939
   (State of Incorporation)    (Commission File Number)     (IRS Employer
                                                          Identification No.)

   31 N. Second Street, Suite 250, San Jose, CA            95113
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    (Address of principal executive offices)            (zip code)

Issuer's telephone number:   (408) 938-1000    Fax number:  (408) 947-1816
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              2078 Redwood Crest, Vista, California  92081-7340
          (Former name or former address, if changed since last report)



On April 14,  2004, Clinical Trials Assistance Corporation, a Nevada
corporation (the "Registrant") or ("CTAL"), Clinical Trials Assistance
Acquisition Corporation, a Nevada corporation ("Merger Sub") and IT&E
International, a privately-held California corporation ("IT&E"), entered into
a Acquisition Agreement and Plan of Merger (collectively the "Agreement")
pursuant to which the Registrant, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Merger
Sub, acquired IT&E in exchange for 39,200,000 shares of the Registrant's
common stock which were issued to the holders of IT&E stock(the "Merger").
Immediately after the Acquisition was consummated and further to the
Agreement, Kamill Rohny, the controlling stockholder of the Registrant,
cancelled 28,000,000 shares of the Registrant's Common Stock held by him
(the "Cancellation").  The transaction contemplated by the Agreement was
intended to be a "tax-free" reorganization pursuant to the provisions of
Section 351 and 368(a)(1)(A) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.

The stockholders of IT&E (three stockholders owning 1,000,000 shares), who
unanimously approved the acquisition, and as of the closing date of the
Merger and after giving effect to the Cancellation, now own approximately 80%
of the Registrant's common stock outstanding as of April 14, 2004.

Under Nevada law, the Registrant did not need the approval of its stockholders
to consummate the Acquisition and Merger, as the constituent corporations in
the Merger were Merger Sub and IT&E, which are business entities incorporated
under the laws of Nevada and California, respectively, and are in the same
general business.  The Registrant is not a constituent corporation in the

For accounting purposes, this transaction was being accounted for as a
reverse merger, since the stockholders of IT&E own a majority of the issued
and outstanding shares of common stock of the Registrant, and the directors
and executive officers of IT&E became the directors and executive officers
of the Registrant.  Upon consummation of the Reverse Acquisition and after
giving effect to the Cancellation, the members of the Board of Directors of
the Registrant consisted of Peter R. Sollenne, Kelly Alberts and Tony Allocca;
Mr. Rohny resigned as the President and Mr. Rohny and Dr. Boling resigned as
Directors of the Company.  No agreements exist among present or former
controlling stockholders of the Registrant or present or former members of
IT&E with respect to the election of the members of our board of  directors,
and to the Registrant's knowledge, no other agreements exist which might
result in a change of control of the Registrant.

The Registrant intends to file an Information Statement on Schedule 14F1 with
the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission with respect to a change of
directors for the Registrant.


Beneficial Owners

The following table shows the stockholdings of all directors and executive
officers of the Registrant, principal stockholders who own beneficially more
than five percent of the Registrant's issued and outstanding common stock,
and all directors and officers of the Registrant as a group as of April 14,
2004, after giving effect to the Reverse Acquisition and the Cancellation,
based on 47,200,000 shares outstanding at April 14, 2004.

Title    Name and Address                     of shares           Percent
of       of Beneficial                        held by             of
Class    Owner of Shares       Position       Owner               Class (1)
Common   Kelly Alberts(2)      Pres/COO/Dir.  21,266,000          45.05%

Common   Tony Allocca(3)       VP Ops/Dir.    16,562,000          35.08%

Common   Peter R. Sollenne(4)  CEO/Director    1,372,000           2.90%
All Executive Officers as
       a Group (3 persons)                    39,200,000          83.03%

(1)  The percentages listed in the Percent of Class column are based upon
     47,200,000 issued and outstanding shares of Common Stock.

(2)  Kelly Alberts, 31 N. Second Street, Suite 250, San Jose, CA  95113.

(3)  Tony Allocca, 31 N. Second Street, Suite 250, San Jose, CA  95113.

(4)  Peter R. Sollenne, 31 N. Second Street, Suite 250, San Jose, CA  95113.



Set forth below is certain information concerning the principal terms of the
Merger and the business of the Registrant and IT&E.

Principal Terms of the Reverse Acquisition and Plan of Merger

At the Effective Time of the Merger (as defined in the Acquisition and Plan of
Merger Agreement), Merger Sub acquired 100% of the outstanding shares of IT&E.
The separate existence of Merger Sub ceased, and IT&E continued as a subsidiary
of the Parent corporation ("CTAL"), under the current name of the Registrant.
The Certificate of Incorporation of the Parent in effect immediately prior to
the Effective Time, remains the Certificate of Incorporation of the Parent.
The directors and officers of IT&E at the Effective Time of the Merger became
the directors and officers of the Parent.

Each share of IT&E common stock (an aggregate of 1,000,000 shares) was converted
into one share of the Registrant's common stock in the Reverse Acquisition, an
exchange ratio of 1:39.2 (the "Exchange Ratio").

Description of the Registrant

The Registrant, a Nevada corporation, was incorporated on April 22, 2002.  At
the, Effective Time of the Merger, the principal business objective and focus
of the Registrant was the "lifesciences" industry, which includes helping
physician researchers recruit appropriate patients to participate in specific
clinical research trials sponsored by the pharmaceutical industry.

An objective of the Registrant was to identify and acquire a business which
writes protocols for clinical research studies.  CTAL recruits patients for
clinical studies and IT&E develops the protocols for these clinical studies.
The two companies enhance each others operations.  Prior to the Effective Time,
Mr. Kamill Rohny and Dr. Eugene Boling were the directors of the Registrant.
Mr. Rohny and Dr. Boling resigned as directors of the Registrant immediately
after the Effective Time of the Merger.  Mr. Rohny also resigned as an officer
of the Registrant after the Effective Time of the Merger.

The shares of common stock of the Registrant are traded on the OTC Bulletin
Board under the symbol "CTAL."

Following the Merger, the stockholders of IT&E became stockholders of the
Registrant.  All executive officers of IT&E became executive officers of the
Registrant, and the Board of Directors of IT&E became the Board of Directors
of the Registrant.  Upon the consummation of the Merger, IT&E became a wholly-
owned subsidiary of the Registrant.


Description of IT&E

IT&E International is a for-profit lifesciences organization focused on
providing its clients with solutions to complex needs in clinical research
and regulatory compliance.  IT&E was founded in 1996 and is incorporated in
the State of California.

IT&E's Business and Operations

IT&E is provider of clinical and regulatory services to companies in the
pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.  Through its pre-clinical and
clinical business segments, IT&E offers a broad range of drug development
services, including laboratory and manufacturing validation, and clinical
studies development services.  IT&E utilizes industry experts, combined with
a network of associates, who provide insight into the latest FDA regulatory
information and interpretation.  IT&E's Clinical Affairs provides
pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies with consulting services which
focus on Medical Review, Study Design, Protocol Development, Clinical Data
Management, Clinical Research, Biostatistics, Statistical Programming and
Analysis, Medical Writing and Coding, and Specialized Information Technology

Program Management and Outsourcing

IT&E's clients rely on IT&E to protect the integrity of their data and provide
for a secure environment for successful delivery.  IT&E's program managers
consist of senior medical professionals with specific expertise in designing,
developing, and managing Phase I through III and Post-Marketing Clinical
Trials.  Program managers work directly with our trial sponsors to ensure that
all deliverables are met and budget constraints are followed closely.  They can
also serve as liaisons between the numerous coordinating sites and individuals
involved in the final completion of the project.


A separate division of IT&E includes the IT&E International Validation &
Compliance.  This Division offers a complete range of services from Management
Consulting to protocol development and execution.  IT&E International Validation
& Compliance Division is dedicated to designing, developing and implementing
practices that protect the integrity of the computerized systems and equipment
used in health product research and manufacturing processes.  IT&E ensures
these systems are maintained in a validated state throughout their entire
lifecycle by following documented protocols and standardized procedures.  IT&E
International regulatory compliance division has the ability to deliver
services in the following fields:

   o  Guidelines Interpretation
   o  Planning & Strategy
   o  Corporate policies and procedures
   o  Methodology
   o  Independent Vendor Audits & Assessments
   o  SOP Generation and Revision
   o  Gap Analysis
   o  Risk Analysis - Business and Regulatory
   o  Remediation
   o  Training end users and program managers

IT&E International provides services in the CSV, Part 11, Part 210/211, Part 58,
Part 320, Part 820/QSR, GAMP4 as well as European and Asian standards.  The IT&E
International Validation & Compliance Division designs, develops and implements
practices that protect the integrity of the computerized systems, equipment and
facilities used in health product research and manufacturing processes.
Further, IT&E ensures these systems are maintained in a validated state
throughout their entire lifecycle by following documented protocols and
standardized procedures. By analyzing market trends, continually reengineering
its best practices, utilizing leading technology and keeping abreast of changes
from the regulatory bodies, IT&E is able to ensure a high degree of Quality
Standards are being met.


The drug and medical device development outsourcing industry consists of
hundreds of smaller, limited-service providers and a number of full-service
global development companies. The industry continues to experience
consolidation and, in recent years, a group of large, full-service competitors
has emerged. This trend of industry consolidation appears to have created
greater competition among the larger companies for clients and acquisition


In addition to competing with a number of other global, full-service companies,
IT&E also competes against some medium-sized companies, in-house research and
development departments of pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, as well
as universities and teaching hospitals. In addition, the industry has few
barriers to entry.  Newer, smaller entities with specialty focuses, such as
those aligned to a specific disease or therapeutic area, compete aggressively
against larger companies for clients.  Increased competition might lead to
price and other forms of competition that might adversely affect our operating

IT&E competes on the basis of a number of factors, including reputation for on-
time quality performance, expertise and experience in specific therapeutic
areas, scope of service offerings, price, strengths in various geographic
markets, technological expertise and systems, data management capabilities for
time savings with data integrity, ability to acquire, process, analyze and
report data in a time-saving accurate manner, ability to manage large-scale
clinical trials both domestically and internationally, and expertise and
experience in healthcare economics.  There are no assurances that the IT&E
will be able to compete favorability in these areas.

For specialty areas such as laboratory and manufacturing validation, medical
communications, and protocol development, IT&E competes in a market that has
a myriad of niche providers.  For the most part, these niche providers offer
specialty services and products with a focus on a specific geographic region,
a particular service or function and/or a specific stage or phase of drug
development.  By contrast, IT&E provides its services on a global basis across
functional areas.  IT&E competes principally on the basis of reputation,
scientific and technical expertise, experience and qualifications of
professional staff, quality of services, and ability to deliver quality
products to the client's specifications. The outsourced preclinical research
industry consists of a number of large providers and numerous smaller niche
companies.  As such, there is significant competition for these opportunities,
and IT&E success will depend on our ability to identify and competitively bid
for risk-sharing programs that are likely to be productive.

Government Regulation

IT&E's clients are subject to extensive regulations by government agencies.
Consequently, the services IT&E provides for these clients must comply with
relevant laws and regulations.

Prior to commencing human clinical trials in the United States, a company
developing a new drug must file an IND with the FDA.  The IND must include
information about animal toxicity and distribution studies, manufacturing and
control data, stability data and a detailed plan, or study protocol, for the
proposed clinical trial of the drug or biologic in humans.  If the FDA does
not object within 30 days after the IND is filed, human clinical trials may
begin.  The study protocol will also be reviewed and approved by the
institutional review board, or IRB, in each institution in which a study is
conducted, and the IRB may impose additional requirements on the way in
which the study is conducted in its institution.


Human trials usually start on a small scale to assess safety and then expand
to larger trials to test efficacy along with safety in the target population.
The trials are generally conducted in three phases, which sometimes overlap,
although the FDA may require a fourth phase as a condition of approval.  After
the successful completion of the first three clinical phases, a company
requests approval for marketing its product by submitting a new drug
application, or NDA.  The NDA is a comprehensive, multi-volume filing that
includes, among other things, the results of all pre-clinical and clinical
studies, information about how the product will be manufactured and tested,
additional stability data and proposed labeling. The FDA's review can last
from six months to many years, with the average review lasting 18 months.
Once the NDA is approved, the product may be marketed in the United States
subject to any conditions imposed by the FDA.

IT&E must conform to regulatory requirements that are designed to ensure the
quality and integrity of the testing process.  To help ensure compliance with
these regulations, IT&E has established quality assurance at our laboratory
facilities to monitor ongoing compliance by auditing test data and conducting
regular inspections of testing procedures and our laboratory facilities.


IT&E International's headquarters are located at: 31 N. Second Street, Suite
250 San Jose, California 95113.  The Company also has offices at:

6165 Greenwich Drive, Suite 170
San Diego, California 92122

One East Broward Boulevard, Suite 609
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301

222 S. Riverside Plaza, Suite 860
Chicago, Illinois 60606

203 East Main Street
Middleburg, Pennsylvania 17842

1050 17th Street, NW
Suite 600
Washington, DC 20036


IT&E employs 21-22 staff employees and utilizes the services of approximately
90 outside consultants who work as independent contracts for IT&E.


                               Risk Factors

The actual results of the combined company may differ materially from those
anticipated in these forward-looking statements.  The Registrant and IT&E will
operate as a combined company in a market environment that is difficult to
predict and that involves significant risks and uncertainties, many of which
will be beyond the combined company's control.  Additional risks and
uncertainties not presently known, or that are not currently believed to
be important, if they materialize, also may adversely affect the combined

Risks Related to IT&E's Business

IT&E's success depends in part on its ability to expand the content of its
existing business and build a wider customer a cost-effective manner and on a
timely basis.  The expansion of IT&E's existing business and its development of
new programs may not be accepted by its customers.  Even if IT&E is able to
develop acceptable new business models, it may not be able to introduce these
new business models as quickly as its customers require or as quickly as its

Failure to adequately respond to changes in market needs and technologies could
have a material adverse effect on IT&E's business and results of operations.

Capacity constraints or system disruptions to IT&E's business models could
damage the reputation of IT&E and limit its ability to attract and retain
customers in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry.

Risk related to Government Regulations

The industry standards for the conduct of clinical research and development
studies are embodied in the regulations for Good Clinical Practice ("GCP").
The FDA and other regulatory authorities require that results of clinical
trials that are submitted to such authorities be based on studies conducted
in accordance with GCP. These regulations require that IT&E, among other
things:  comply with specific requirements governing the selection of
qualified investigators:

   o  obtain specific written commitments from the investigators;
   o  verify that appropriate patient informed consent is obtained;
   o  monitor the validity and accuracy of data;
   o  instruct investigators and studies staff to maintain records and reports;
   o  permit appropriate governmental authorities access to data for their


IT&E must also maintain reports for each study for specified periods for
auditing by the study sponsor and by the FDA.  IT&E is liable to its clients
for any failure to conduct their studies properly according to the agreed upon
protocol and contract.  If IT&E fails to conduct a study properly in
ccordance with the agreed upon procedures, IT&E may have to repeat the study
at its expense, reimburse the client for the cost of the study and pay
additional damages.

Changes in trends in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries could
adversely affect IT&E's operating results.

Industry trends and economic factors that affect the pharmaceutical and
biotechnology industry can also adversely affect IT&E's business.  For example,
the practice of many companies in these industries has been to hire companies
like IT&E to conduct development projects.  If these industries reduce their
tendency to outsource those projects, IT&E's operations, financial condition
and growth rate could be materially and adversely affected.  In the past several
years, mergers and other factors in the pharmaceutical industry appear to have
slowed decision-making by pharmaceutical companies and delayed drug development
projects.  Continuation or increases in these trends could have an ongoing
adverse effect on IT&E's business.  If future regulatory cost containment
efforts limit the profits that can be derived on new drugs, the pharmaceutical
and biotechnology customers might reduce their drug discovery and development
spending, which could reduce IT&E's business.

IT&E's revenue depends on a small number of industries and clients.

IT&E provides services to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries and
IT&E's revenue is highly dependent on expenditures by clients in these
industries.  Currently, approximately 25% of IT&E's business is derived from one
customer.  IT&E's operations could materially suffer if their largest customer
hires a different supplier for services provided by IT&E.  The loss of business
from a significant client could have a material adverse effect on IT&E's results
of operations.

The Registrant cannot predict IT&E's future capital needs, and may not be able
to secure additional financing.

The Registrant will likely need to raise additional funds in the future to fund
IT&E's operations, to expand its markets and product offerings, or to respond
to competitive pressures or perceived opportunities.  The Registrant cannot
assure that additional financing will be available on favorable terms, or at
all.  If adequate funds are not available when required or on acceptable terms.


Future acquisitions or investments could disrupt IT&E's ongoing business,
distract  management and employees, increase expenses and adversely affect
IT&E's business.

IT&E's management anticipates that a portion of any future growth of its
business might be accomplished by acquiring existing businesses, products or
technologies.  The success of any acquisitions will depend upon, among other
things, management's ability to integrate acquired personnel, operations,
products and technologies into its organization effectively, to retain and
motivate key personnel of acquired businesses and to retain their customers.
In addition, IT&E might not be able to identify suitable acquisition
opportunities or obtain any necessary financing on acceptable terms.  Any
future acquisitions could involve other risks, including the assumption of
additional liabilities and expenses, issuances of potentially dilutive equity
securities or interest-bearing debt, transaction costs, reduction in our stock
price as a result of any of these or because of market reaction to a
transaction, and diversion of management's attention from other business

IT&E's future success depends in part upon its ability to recruit and retain
key personnel.

IT&E's success to date has been, and its continuing success will be,
substantially dependent on the continued services of its executive officers and
other key personnel, who generally have extensive experience in the industry.
IT&E's success also depends, in large part, upon its ability to attract and
retain highly qualified personnel familiar with current FDA regulations. IT&E
may have difficulty locating and hiring qualified personnel to fill open
positions, and retaining such personnel once hired.  The loss of the services
of any key employees, or IT&E's failure to attract and retain other qualified
and  experienced personnel on acceptable terms, could have an adverse effect
on its business and results of operations.

Risks Related to IT&E's Industry

Competitors may harm IT&E's business by operating more effectively or more
efficiently in its market.

Changes in the extensive regulations to which IT&E is subject could increase its
cost of doing business or affect its ability to grow.

IT&E is subject to extensive federal regulation.  New or revised interpretations
of the regulations by any of the regulatory entities that determine IT&E's
accreditation, could increase IT&E's cost of doing business.


Risks Related To Capital Structure

There is no assurance of an established public trading market.

Although the Registrant's common stock trades on the NASD OTC Bulletin Board, a
regular trading market for the securities may not be sustained in the future.
The NASD has enacted recent changes that limit quotations on the OTC Bulletin
Board to securities of issuers that are current in their reports filed with the
Securities and Exchange Commission.  The effect on the OTC Bulletin Board of
these rule changes and other proposed changes cannot be determined at this time.
The OTC Bulletin Board is an inter-dealer, Over-The-Counter market that provides
significantly less liquidity than the NASD's automated  quotation  system (the
"NASDAQ Stock Market").  Quotes for stocks included on the OTC Bulletin Board
are not listed in the financial sections of newspapers as are those for the
NASDAQ Stock Market.  Therefore, prices for securities traded solely on the OTC
Bulletin Board may be difficult to obtain and holders of common stock may be
unable to resell their securities at or near their original offering price or
at any price.  Market prices for the Registrant's common stock will be
influenced by a number of factors, including:

     o        the issuance of new equity securities pursuant to this, or a
              future, offering;

     o        changes in interest rates;

     o        competitive developments, including announcements by
              competitors of new products or services or significant
              contracts, acquisitions, strategic partnerships, joint
              ventures or capital commitments;

     o        variations in quarterly operating results;

     o        change in financial estimates by securities analysts;

     o        the depth and liquidity of the market for Registrant's common

     o        investor perceptions of our company and the technologies
              industries generally; and

     o        general economic and other national conditions.


The Registrant's common stock could be considered a "penny stock."

The Registrant's common stock could be considered to be a "penny stock" if it
meets one or more of the definitions in Rules 15g-2 through 15g-6 promulgated
under Section 15(g) of the  Securities  Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.  These
include but are not limited to the following:  (i) the stock trades at a price
less than $5.00 per share; (ii) it is NOT traded on a "recognized" national
exchange;  (iii) it is NOT quoted on the NASDAQ Stock Market, or even if so, has
a price less than $5.00 per share; or (iv) is issued by a company with net
tangible assets less than $2.0 million, if in business more than a continuous
three years, or with average revenues of less than $6.0 million for the past
three years.  The principal result or effect of being designated a "penny stock"
is that securities broker-dealers cannot recommend the stock but must trade in
it on an unsolicited basis.

Broker-dealer requirements may affect trading and liquidity.

Section 15(g) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, and Rule 15g-2
promulgated thereunder by the SEC require broker-dealers dealing in penny stocks
to provide potential investors with a document disclosing the risks of penny
stocks and to obtain a manually signed and dated written receipt of the document
before effecting any transaction in a penny stock for the investor's account.

Potential investors in the Registrant's common stock are urged to obtain and
read such disclosure carefully before purchasing any shares that are deemed to
be "penny stock."  Moreover, Rule 15g-9 requires broker-dealers in penny stocks
to approve the account of any investor for transactions in such stocks before
selling any penny stock to that investor.  This procedure requires the
broker-dealer to (i) obtain from the investor information concerning his or her
financial situation, investment experience  and investment objectives;  (ii)
reasonably determine, based on that information, that transactions in penny
stocks are suitable for the investor and that the investor has sufficient
knowledge and experience as to be reasonably  capable of evaluating the risks of
penny stock  transactions;  (iii) provide the investor with a written  statement
setting forth the basis on which the  broker-dealer  made the  determination  in
(ii) above; and (iv) receive a signed and dated copy of such statement from the
investor, confirming that it accurately reflects the  investor's financial
situation, investment experience and investment objectives.  Compliance with
these requirements may make it more difficult for holders of the Registrant's
common stock to resell their shares to third parties or to otherwise dispose of
them in the market or otherwise.

Special note regarding forward-looking statements

Some of the statements under "Risk Factors" and elsewhere in this Current Report
on Form 8-K constitute forward-looking statements.  These statements involve
known and unknown risks, uncertainties  and other factors that may cause our
actual results, levels of activity, performance or achievements to be materially
different from any future results, levels of activity, performance, or
achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements.


In some cases, you can identify forward-looking statements by terminology such
as "may," "will," "should," "could," "expects," "plans," "intends," "believes"
"anticipates," "estimates," "predicts," "potential" or "continue" or the
negative of such terms or other comparable terminology.

Although the Registrant believes that the expectations reflected in the
forward-looking statements are reasonable, it cannot guarantee future results,
levels of activity, performance, or achievements.  Moreover, neither the
Registrant nor any other person assumes responsibility for the accuracy and
completeness of such  statements.  The Registrant is under no duty to update any
of the forward-looking statements after the date of this report.

Management Of The Registrant After The Effective Date Of The Acquisition

Directors And Executive Officers

In connection with the Reverse Acquisition, all of the Directors and Executive
Officers of IT&E became directors and executive officers of the Registrant and
Kamill Rohny resigned as the President, and Mr. Rohny and Dr. Boling resigned
as directors of the Registrant.  The following table sets forth the name and
position of each of the Registrant's directors and executive officers
immediately after the Effective Date of the Reverse Acquisition (April 14,

         Name            Age                       Position
----------------------   ---                -----------------------
Peter R. Sollenne        55                  CEO/Director
Kelly Alberts            36                  President/COO/Director
Tony Allocca             60                  VP Ops/Director


Peter R. Sollenne, CEO/Director

Mr. Sollenne has over 28 years of experience in the Business Services, Financial
Services and Human Capital Industries. His experience includes hands-on
leadership of both large and middle-market public companies as well as small and
mid-sized private companies.  Mr. Sollenne's most recent experience has been in
the Professional Services Industry, where he led the venture-backed rollup of
three International/Offshore IT Services companies; structured, negotiated and
closed over 30 acquisitions of IT Services & Human Capital companies over the
past 6 years; led the turnaround and re-positioning of two prominent Global IT
Services companies; has raised both public and private equity and debt; led the


entrance of Mexico's largest IT Professional Services Company into the United
States; and led the Sales & Marketing activities of a $1.0 billion division of
Ford Financial Services, leading this company from a second tier player to the
third largest in the Fleet Services Industry. Peter has held the positions of
President/COO for SOS Staffing Services (NASDAQ: SOSS), a $400 million 145
branch diversified staffing company; President/CEO of Inteliant, Inc., a $110
million IT Services roll-up formed by the acquisition and integration of 16
companies; President of Commercial Staffing Operations for Personnel Group of
America (NYSE: PGA) a $900 million diversified IT Services and Human Capital
Company; Founder/CEO/Director of re: Solutions Group, a Venture backed roll-up
in the IT Services Industry; Senior Vice President Sales & Marketing of USL
Capital, a subsidiary of Ford Financial Services; President/Founder of PHH
Financial Services (NYSE: PHH) a $500 million subsidiary of PHH Group (NYSE:
PHH) and Senior Vice President of Finance for PHH Fleet America, the nation's
second largest fleet leasing and fleet services company.  Mr. Sollenne
received a BS in Accounting/Business Administration at Boston College and is
a CPA.

Kelly Alberts, Co-Founder, President/COO/Director

Kelly Alberts is the co-founder of IT&E and is a seasoned IT Services Executive
with over 13 years diverse experience in all phases of operations within the
services industry with emphasis on sales & marketing, setting policies,
procedures, cost controls, planning, team building, idea generation and
employee motivation.  It was Kelly's (along with his Partner, Tony Allocca)
vision & strategy that led IT&E into the Pharma and Biotech Services
Industries, and he personally led the entre into the validation and
compliance services areas. As co-founder of IT&E, he led the sales &
marketing activities of the company exceeding over $20 million in sales in
the first 3 years.  Prior to IT&E, he spent 5 years with National Software
Associates, a $200 million IT Services company that was acquired by Accustaff.
Kelly was the responsible for business development and sales for the Western
Region, which he grew from $1.0 million to over $23 million in just 2 years.
Kelly is a visionary and a strong leader who leads by example, and is the
driving force of the company's proprietary front end system, proprietary
delivery methodology, strategic alliances with IBM & Correlate, and the
VALTRACK system. Prior to this he spent 2 years with Oxford International, a
specialty IT Consulting Company where he quickly became a top revenue and
margin producer in less than one year.  Before this, he owned his own
business in Iowa. Kelly received his BS from the University of Iowa.


Tony Allocca, Co-Founder, Vice President Operations/Director

Tony Allocca is the other co-founder of IT&E and is a seasoned IT Services and
Engineering Services Executive with over 25 years experience. in all phases of
operations within the services industry with emphasis on sales & marketing,
operations, new market development, quality control, and customer relationship
building.  It was Tony's (along with his Partner, Kelly Alberts) vision &
strategy that led IT&E into the Pharma and Biotech Services Industries.  As
co-founder of IT&E, Tony wears many hats and is responsible for consultant
recruiting, resource management, customer relationships, strategic alliances,
back office support, RFP/RFQ's, etc, and a true leader.  Prior to IT&E, Tony
spent 5 years with National Software Associates, a $200 million IT &
Engineering Services company that was acquired by Accustaff (now MPS Group).
Tony, along with his Partner Kelly, was also a VP Operations for the Western
US and from their Santa Clara office grew the operations from $1.0 million to
over $23 million in just 4 years.  Prior to founding IT&E, he spent 4 years
with Tech Aid Corporation running the Southern California Region for this IT
and Engineering Services Company specializing in the refinery and utility
industries. Before this he was southeastern Area Vice President for a
specialty IT, Engineering and Staffing Company focused on servicing customers
in the defense industry.  He was responsible for a $50 million region
covering the entire Southeastern US, covering Baltimore south.  Tony is a
graduate of University of Maryland and served in the U.S.A.F.

Effective April 14, 2004, Kamill Rohny and Dr. Eugene Boling who were the
Registrant's directors prior to the Effective Time of the Merger, resigned,
in seriatim, and appointed its current directors and executive officers.  See
"Change in Control of Registrant" of Item 1, above, and "Management of the
Registrant After the Effective Date of the Acquisition" of Item 2, above.


Based on the acquisition of IT&E International, the Registrant has moved its
headquarters from 2078 Redwood Crest, Vista, California  92081-7340 to 31 N.
Second Street, Suite 250, San Jose, CA  95113, Phone:  408-938-1000, effective
April 14, 2004.



Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the
Registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the
undersigned hereunto duly authorized.

                                Clinical Trials Assistance Corporation

                                By: /s/ Kamill Rohny
                                 Name:  Kamill Rohny
                                 Title: President

Dated:  April 14, 2004

                                  Exhibit Index

         2.1      Acquisition Agreement and Plan of Merger, dated as
                  of April 14, 2004, by and among Clinical Trials Assistance
                  Corporation, Clinical Trials Assistance Acquisition
                  Corporation and IT&E International, Inc.



(a): Financial Statements of Businesses Acquired.  It is impracticable at this
time for the Registrant to provide the financial statements of the business
acquired that are required to be included herein.  The Registrant undertakes to
file such required financial statements as soon as practicable, but in no event
later than June 14, 2004.

(b): Pro Forma Financial Information.  It is impracticable at this time for the
Registrant to provide the pro forma financial information that are required to
be included herein.  The Registrant undertakes to file such required pro forma
financial information as soon as practicable, but in no event later than June
14, 2004

(c): Exhibits:

         2.1      Acquisition Agreement and Plan of Merger, dated as
                  of April 14, 2004, by and among Clinical Trials Assistance
                  Corporation, Clinical Trials Assistance Acquisition
                  Corporation and IT&E International, Inc.