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Bashir Najib National Transportation Services

Bashir Najib National Transportation Services B-408308.21: Aug 20, 2014 Summary View Decision View Decision (PDF, 6 pages) Contact: Ralph O. White (202) 512-8278 WhiteRO@gao.gov   Office of Public Affairs (202) 512-4800 youngc1@gao.gov Bashir Najib National Transportation Services (BNN), of Kabul, Afghanistan, … Continue reading

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East Silk Route Logistics, LLC

East Silk Route Logistics, LLC B-408308.22: Aug 18, 2014 Summary View Decision View Decision (PDF, 8 pages) Contact: Ralph O. White (202) 512-8278 WhiteRO@gao.gov   Office of Public Affairs (202) 512-4800 youngc1@gao.gov East Silk Route Logistics, LLC (ESR), of Kabul, Afghanistan, … Continue reading

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Columbia Helicopters Opens Military Helicopter Maintenance Center

Columbia Helicopters Opens Military Helicopter Maintenance Center By PR Newswire August 21, 2014 10:43 AM EDT WASHINGTON, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Columbia Helicopters, Inc., a member of the American Helicopter Services And Aerial Firefighting Association (AHSAFA), has opened a … Continue reading

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Court of Federal Claims Rejects Attempt to Shoehorn what it Characterizes as a Contract Administration Matter Into a Bid Protest

Court of Federal Claims Rejects Attempt to Shoehorn what it Characterizes as a Contract Administration Matter Into a Bid Protest Mondaq Business Briefing By Luke Levasseur 14 August 2014 Recently, the CFC rejected a bid protest action filed by Kellogg … Continue reading

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Task Force on Contractor Logistics in Support of Contingency Operations Final Report

Task Force on Contractor Logistics in Support of Contingency Operations Final Report 17 Jun 14

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U.S. Military Logistics Contracting in Iraq: KBR Base Contracts 2007

Home Base Locations Subcontracting Firms by Country Summary Maps Contractor Maps 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 … Continue reading

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SIGAR: Lack Of Security Limits Logistical Support For Afghan Strike Forces

SIGAR: Lack Of Security Limits Logistical Support For Afghan Strike Forces InsideDefense.com’s SitRep 6 August 2014 Posted on InsideDefense.com: August 1, 2014 The special inspector general for Afghan reconstruction has found that Textron Marine and Land Systems has not been … Continue reading

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“We’re Profiteers”: How Military Contractors Reap Billions from U.S. Military Bases Overseas

“We’re Profiteers”: How Military Contractors Reap Billions from U.S. Military Bases Overseas Monthly Review By David Vine 1 July 2014, © 2014 Monthly Review. “You whore it out to a contractor,” Major Tim Elliott said bluntly. It was April 2012, … Continue reading

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Remote Medical International and vRad Support U.S. Military in Afghanistan and Kuwait With Critical Radiology Services

Press Release Remote Medical International and vRad Support U.S. Military in Afghanistan and Kuwait With Critical Radiology Services MINNEAPOLIS, MN and SEATTLE, WA–(Marketwired – Jul 29, 2014) – vRad (Virtual Radiologic) the largest U.S. telemedicine company and radiology practice with … Continue reading

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Barko v. Halliburton—How the D.C. Circuit’s decision reaffirms the attorney-client privilege in internal investigations

The Contractor’s Perspective Barko v. Halliburton—How the D.C. Circuit’s decision reaffirms the attorney-client privilege in internal investigations By Kevin McCart and Steven A. Neeley Jr. on July 10th, 2014 The attorney-client privilege applies with equal force to internal investigations today … Continue reading

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