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Federal News Radio's Jason Miller joined the DorobekINSIDER with details on the stat sessions by the Office of Federal Procurement Policy to collect data on how your agency is reducing the use of high-risk contracts.
Nick Schwellenbach, director of investigations at POGO , joined the DorobekINSIDER to explain the potential impact of a decrease of DoD audits of smaller contracts.
The DorobekINSIDER presents at 2010 Excellence in Partnership Awards.
EAGLE II is a follow-on to the current contract. DHS is planning big changes for how it runs this new contract. Bids are due in January.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry recently confirmed that it provided financial assistance to Afghanistan, explaining the money was for development and reconstruction. A ministry spokesman said Tehran was providing the aid for infrastructure to remove the need for foreign military presence in Afghanistan. He said the previous government provided this aid and additional funding will continue. Initially Iran denied the New York Times story that revealed the payments. After a brief period of reflection and gauging international reaction to the story, Iran found its interests best served by admitting their financial support - but with a positive spin.
The pilot facility will demonstrate the scalability of phosphorescent OLED technology and materials. DOE's Jim Brodrick explains how it works.
It will provide continuous cell phone coverage for operational forces in Afghanistan.
Bob Tompkins, Partner, Patton Boggs joins host Larry Allen to discuss federal contracting opportunities for small businesses.
November 2, 2010
Indian authorities are concerned that militant Kashmiri separatists could launch attacks during President Obama's upcoming visit in order to draw the world's attention to the region. India is on alert to prevent attacks like the incident in which militants in Kashmir killed 35 people in 2000 during then-U.S. President Clinton's visit. A study conducted a few years ago showed that in the past 10 years, almost every time a US or UK senior official visited India or Pakistan, the Kashmiri militants tried to execute a sensational attack intended to raise awareness about their complaints; however it has always backfired by showing the militants to be terrorists and criminals.
HUD hired Compusearch under a $4 million deal to improve the procurement business processes and integrate data with other HUD systems.