Daily Archives: November 13, 2013

Interim measures for approval of private ship security contractors

[Translate] Interim measures for approval of private ship security contractors November 13 2013 The Protection of Cyprus Ships against Acts of Piracy and Other Unlawful Acts Law 2012 requires operators of Cyprus ships intending to employ private security contractors to … Continue reading

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Former Defense Contractor Employee and Wife Plead Guilty to Conspiring to Defraud Millions in Scheme Involving Supplies to Afghan National Army

[Translate] Department of Justice Office of Public Affairs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                          Tuesday, November 12, 2013 Former Defense Contractor Employee and Wife Plead Guilty to Conspiring to Defraud Millions in Scheme Involving Supplies to Afghan National Army Keith Johnson, 46, and … Continue reading

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CACI Awarded $28 Million Prime Contract to Support Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization’s Joint Expeditionary Team

[Translate] press release Nov. 12, 2013, 8:00 a.m. EST CACI Awarded $28 Million Prime Contract to Support Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization’s Joint Expeditionary Team   ARLINGTON, Va., Nov 12, 2013 (BUSINESS WIRE) — CACI International Inc CACI +0.17% … Continue reading

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Senior Navy civilians investigated in alleged scheme to defraud military for $1.6 million

[Translate] Senior Navy civilians investigated in alleged scheme to defraud military for $1.6 million By Craig Whitlock, Federal authorities are investigating three senior Navy intelligence officials as part of a probe into an alleged contracting scheme that charged the military … Continue reading

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MicroTech transformed lifestyle of its chief executive, Army veteran Anthony Jimenez

[Translate] MicroTech transformed lifestyle of its chief executive, Army veteran Anthony Jimenez By Robert O’Harrow Jr., Published: November 12 Participants in the Small Business Administration’s Business Development Program for small, disadvantaged firms must abide by limits on income and personal wealth, … Continue reading

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For MicroTech, small-business status meant big business as a federal contractor

[Translate] For MicroTech, small-business status meant big business as a federal contractor By Robert O’Harrow Jr., Published: November 12 Anthony R. Jimenez grew up in a ­working-class family and spent 24 years in the Army. After retiring a decade ago as … Continue reading

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Contractor Identified as Supporting Insurgency Gained Access to Coalition-Controlled Facility

[Translate] Contractor Identified as Supporting Insurgency Gained Access to Coalition-Controlled Facility Today SIGAR released an alert letter to the Secretary of Defense highlighting evidence that a contractor identified as supporting the insurgency in Afghanistan gained access to a Coalition-controlled facility.

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Ventra system parent company has deep ties to military, national security intelligence

[Translate] Ventra system parent company has deep ties to military, national security intelligence By Yana Kunichoff // Nov. 12, 2013 Truthout.org/Creative Commons/Flickr Cubic Corporation, the parent company that runs Cubic Transportation Systems, responsible for the CTA’s much-loathed Ventra fare system, … Continue reading

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