Daily Archives: November 2, 2012

‘Unsatisfactory’ Mega-Contractor Re-Ups on Another Big Military Deal

[Translate] ‘Unsatisfactory’ Mega-Contractor Re-Ups on Another Big Military Deal By Spencer Ackerman November 2, 2012 | 6:30 am Just days after an inspector general report revealed that a giant Pentagon contractor performed “unsatisfactory” work in Afghanistan, the U.S. Air Force awarded … Continue reading

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The burden of private security

[Translate] The burden of private security The New Mexican Posted: Thursday, November 01, 2012 – 11/1/12 We’re gratified to learn that a private security company patrolling the Santa Fe Railyard is making the area more secure — at a cost … Continue reading

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CACI Reports Record Revenue and Earnings Per Share for Its Fiscal 2013 First Quarter and Reiterates Fiscal Year 2013 Guidance

[Translate] October 31, 2012 CACI Reports Record Revenue and Earnings Per Share for Its Fiscal 2013 First Quarter and Reiterates Fiscal Year 2013 Guidance Diluted EPS increased 26.6 percent over FY12 adjusted diluted EPS Net income increased 1.7 percent over … Continue reading

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5-Year, $750M Intelligence Training Contract

[Translate] 5-Year, $750M Intelligence Training Contract Nov 01, 2012 18:39 EDT In October 2012, the US Defense Intelligence Agency’s Virginia Contracting Activity issued a 5-year, multiple award intelligence training contract that’s worth up to $750M, and runs until Nov 30/17. … Continue reading

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Cheating on Energy Department guard force tests was widespread

[Translate] Cheating on Energy Department guard force tests was widespread By R. Jeffrey Smithemail A culture of cheating pervades the guard force at America’s premier processing and storage site for nuclear weapons-grade uranium, according to a new report this week … Continue reading

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