Daily Archives: January 21, 2013

Did Y-12 break-in kill WSI’s bid on other contract?

[Translate] Frank Munger’s Atomic City Underground January 18, 2013 Friday 6:20 AM EST BLOG: Atomic City Underground: Did Y-12 break-in kill WSI’s bid on other contract? Frank Munger Jan 17, 2013 (Frank Munger’s Atomic City Underground:http://www.knoxnews.com/ Delivered by Newstex) Jan. … Continue reading

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G4S win a £300m deal and start firing

[Translate] The Sun (England) January 21, 2013 Monday Edition 1; National Edition G4S win a £300m deal and start firing BYLINE: STEPHEN MOYES Pg. 19 SHAMED Olympics security firm G4S is axing cleaners on the minimum wage months after landing … Continue reading

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US Contract Notice: Department of State, Issues Solicitation for “Baghdad Life Support Services (BLISS)”

[Translate] US Official News January 19, 2013 Saturday US Contract Notice: Department of State, Issues Solicitation for “Baghdad Life Support Services (BLISS)” DATELINE: WASHINGTON Department of State, Office of Acquisitions Officer has issued requirement for “Baghdad Life Support Services (BLISS)”

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Recruits wanted in piracy war

[Translate] The National December 8, 2012 Saturday Recruits wanted in piracy war Ramola Talwar Badam DUBAI // A global regulatory body wants more of the region’s maritime security agencies to become members and improve protection of ships and crews from … Continue reading

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Sri Lanka provides anti piracy protection: report

[Translate] Lanka Business Report January 21, 2013 Monday Sri Lanka provides anti piracy protection: report DATELINE: Sri Lanka Sri Lanka, Jan. 21 — Sri Lanka’s southern port of Galle has become a hub in the fight against Somali pirates who … Continue reading

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Former soldier who went down fighting off kidnappers was first Briton to die

[Translate] The Daily Telegraph (London) January 21, 2013 Monday Edition 1; National Edition Former soldier who went down fighting off kidnappers was first Briton to die; THE GULF WAR VETERAN BYLINE: Gordon Rayner; Rosa Silverman Pg. 2 A GULF WAR … Continue reading

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G4S pays out to change prison locks

[Translate] G4S pays out to change prison locks Thursday, 17 January 2013  It cost G4S more than 415,000 pounds to change the locks at Birmingham prison Security firm G4S paid more than £415,000 to change the locks after the keys … Continue reading

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Security Widens at Algeria Energy Hubs

[Translate] Updated January 20, 2013, 3:42 p.m. ET Security Widens at Algeria Energy Hubs By BENOÎT FAUCON And SELINA WILLIAMS Algeria and Western oil firms are beefing up protection of the country’s critical energy industry—including the dispatch of more Algerian … Continue reading

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Furore Over Heritage’s Oil Bloc

[Translate] Furore Over Heritage’s Oil Bloc   Published on January 21, 2013 by pmnews Criticisms trail sale of strategic OML 30 oil bloc by Royal Dutch Shell to Heritage Oil, majorly owned by Tony Buckingham, alleged to be once a mercenary … Continue reading

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Oil and gas industry reviews security

[Translate] Oil and gas industry reviews security By Sylvia Pfeifer, FT.com January 21, 2013 — Updated 1207 GMT (2007 HKT)   Balancing profits, security in Algeria STORY HIGHLIGHTS Algeria drama has led oil and gas industry to soul search on … Continue reading

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