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September 14th, 2009
Call it the next generation of ethics -- ethics 2.0. With all the moving parts in the government, the Obama Administration has put a huge emphasis on ethics and specifically the relationships between agencies and contractors.
The Smart Grid --- Should You Care?
An agreement between the U.S. and Russia will permit American troops and weapons to fly over Russian territory on the way to Afghanistan. The pact, signed by President Obama during his recent Moscow trip, will save the Pentagon $133 million annually. The President told a Moscow news conference that the agreement is one small step toward improved relations with America's Russian allies.
Now that President Obama has named New York Congressman John McHugh to be the next Secretary of the Army, the man who now has the job -- Pete Geren - can look back on his career as he ponders his future. Geren became acting secretary in March 2007 amidst the crisis in medical care for soldiers. He's overseen deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan. He became secretary in his own right when the President asked him to stay on earlier this year.
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Chairman of RHR International Company, a world leader in executive and organizational development.
Consultant to RHR International Company, is a former member of the Senior Executive Service of the U. S. Office of Personnel Management.
The White House makes a big government IT nomination -- Teri Takai, the California CIO. What will it mean? We get insights from NextGov's What's Brewin blogger Bob Brewin.
Stan Soloway of the Professional Services Council brings us details.
The Senate voted to terminate further production of the Air Force's topline F-22 fighter jets Tuesday, giving President Barack Obama a major spending victory and siding with the Pentagon's desire for smaller jets better suited to 21st century wars. F-22 supporters complained the action would be a blow to long-term national defense - and cost thousands of jobs in the middle of the recession.
President Barack Obama is said to be deeply concerned over the ouster of Honduran President Maneul Zelaya even though he is an ally of socialist Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. The Honduran military kidnapped him from his residence and spirited him out of the country to Costa Rica early Sunday morning. Zelaya, whose presidential term ends in early 2010, had run afoul of the the army, courts and Congress by pushing for an unofficial public vote on Sunday to see if he could change the constitution and stay in office for another term.