Daily Archives: October 14, 2014

Louis Berger Services, Inc.

[Translate] Louis Berger Services, Inc. B-410024: Oct 10, 2014 Summary View Decision View Decision (PDF, 5 pages) Decision Matter of: Louis Berger Services, Inc. File: B-410024 Date: October 10, 2014

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Erickson Helicopters, Inc.

[Translate] Erickson Helicopters, Inc. B-409903,B-409903.2: Sep 5, 2014 Summary View Decision View Decision (PDF, 9 pages) DOCUMENT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE The decision issued on the date below was subject to a GAO Protective Order. This redacted version has been approved for … Continue reading

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Ex-colleague shoots dead American in Saudi capital

[Translate] Ex-colleague shoots dead American in Saudi capital October 15, 2014, 5:58 am AFP American shot dead in Saudi capital, another wounded Riyadh (AFP) – A former employee of a US defence contractor shot dead one American colleague and wounded … Continue reading

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The Private Arming of Merchant Shipping – an Emerging Transnational Norm?

[Translate] The Private Arming of Merchant Shipping – an Emerging Transnational Norm?

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International and Comparative Regulation of Private Maritime Security Companies Employed in Counter-Piracy

[Translate] International and Comparative Regulation of Private Maritime Security Companies Employed in Counter-Piracy James Kraska Stockton Center for the Study of International Law; University of Virginia School of Law, Center for Oceans Law & Policy 2012 Modern High Seas Piracy, … Continue reading

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South Africa’s role in the Private Military Industry in the Post-Cold War conflict environment with specific reference to the South African connection to Erinys International

[Translate] South Africa’s role in the Private Military Industry in the Post-Cold War conflict environment with specific reference to the South African connection to Erinys International

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[Translate] U.S. Military Logistics Contracting in Iraq Project Overview Over the past decade the U. S. military has relied upon hundreds of thousands of civilian contractors from around the world to assist its war efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan. The … Continue reading

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[Translate] MBA’s Go to War: Competition in the Private Security Market and Conflict Outcomes Benjamin Tkach Texas A&M University (TAMU), Central Texas October 1, 2013 Abstract: Does competition shape private security firms’ influence on conflict outcomes? PSFs have operated internationally … Continue reading

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[Translate] Private Security Firms and the Influence of Corporate Structure on Conflict Outcomes: Evidence from the Second Iraq – US War Benjamin Tkach Texas A&M University (TAMU), Central Texas August 23, 2013 Abstract: Does the corporate structure of private security … Continue reading

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[Translate] Pirates Versus Mercenaries: Purely Private Transnational Violence at the Margins of International Law Ansel J. Halliburton ComputerLaw Group LLP July 6, 2010 Abstract: Because of the recent surge in piracy emanating from the failed state of Somalia, the world’s … Continue reading

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