Daily Archives: January 15, 2013

SAIC, CACI Part of Defense Department Contract Worth Up to $899 Million

SAIC, CACI Part of Defense Department Contract Worth Up to $899 Million By Rich Smith, The Motley Fool Posted 2:22PM 01/14/13 Defense contractors SAIC and CACI today both announced their participation in a five-year Defense Department contract valued at up … Continue reading

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Off to war zone after Singapore

The Straits Times (Singapore) December 16, 2012 Sunday Off to war zone after Singapore Kathmandu – During Deepavali in Nepal, revellers delight in setting off illegal firecrackers. Despite a ban since 2006, some still believe the pyrotechnics ward off evil … Continue reading

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Front: Private firms to take over bulk of the probation service

The Guardian (London) – Final Edition January 9, 2013 Wednesday Front: Private firms to take over bulk of the probation service BYLINE: Alan Travis Home affairs editor Pg. 1 The justice secretary, Chris Grayling, will today outline plans for the … Continue reading

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Arms collected from security firms in Afghan south after contracts expire

BBC Monitoring South Asia – Political Supplied by BBC Worldwide Monitoring January 14, 2013 Monday Arms collected from security firms in Afghan south after contracts expire Excerpt from report by provincial state-owned Afghan Helmand Local FM radio on 12 January … Continue reading

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Blackwater Founder Erik Prince Is Making A Huge Bet On China’s Thirst For African Commodities

The Business Insider November 20, 2012 Tuesday 1:40 PM EST Blackwater Founder Erik Prince Is Making A Huge Bet On China’s Thirst For African Commodities Navy SEAL, Infamous private security entrepreneur and former CIA employee Erik Prince has officially opened … Continue reading

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Burn Pit Exposure Cuts Poquoson Soldier’s Career Short

Newport News Daily Press January 13, 2013 Burn Pit Exposure Cuts Poquoson Soldier’s Career Short By Hugh Lessig POQUOSON–Before he got sick, before the tremors, memory lapses and surgeries, Chief Warrant Officer Jeff Lamprecht guarded his buddies from an Apache … Continue reading

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War Profiteers Still Finishing First

War Profiteers Still Finishing First Vlahos on Leonie, the latest contractor to play and not pay by Kelley B. Vlahos, January 08, 2013 So who’s the fool? The outfit that turned its business of peddling useless propaganda to U.S. occupied … Continue reading

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G4S braced for bigger Olympic loss

G4S braced for bigger Olympic loss World’s biggest private security company expected to incur a loss of up to £100m after botched London 2012 contract Press Association The Guardian, Sunday 13 January 2013 12.30 EST G4S Olympic woes – a … Continue reading

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