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Daily Archives: November 19, 2011 6:32 pm
Push for more suspension, debarments receives mixed reactions Friday – 11/18/2011, 6:54am ET By Jason Miller, executive editor, Federal News Radio The push by Congress and the administration for agencies to be more aggressive in suspending and debarring contractors isn’t … Continue reading
U.S. Federal Services Industrial Base Report Release Wednesday, Nov 23, 2011 | 9:00 am – 11:00 am Hosted by David J. Berteau Senior Vice President and Director, CSIS International Security Program The Defense-Industrial Initiatives Group invites you to the release … Continue reading
Lawmakers, OMB push to ban more ‘bad-actor’ contractors By Charles S. Clark firstname.lastname@example.org November 16, 2011 Procedures for disqualifying dishonest or incompetent federal contractors are too rarely exploited, according to a consensus of several senators, the White House and cross-agency … Continue reading
The jailed consultant, the Gaddafi bodyguard and the Canadian engineering giant MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images files; CSI International Left: Saadi Gaddafi playing soccer in an SNC-Lavalin jersey. Right: Gary Peters, who worked as a bodyguard for the Gaddafi family. Stewart Bell Nov … Continue reading
British security agent raped, murdered in Reunion (AFP) 19 November 2011 SAINT-DENIS — A British man working as a security agent on a merchant ship was raped and murdered on the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion, a judicial source … Continue reading
Now Will You Do Something? by David Isenberg Normally, I’m not one to go around saying “I told you so,” but (you knew a “but” was coming) I can’t help but point you to Document 172 (Sentencing Memo) of Case … Continue reading
Nov 17, 2011 Is the Federal Suspension and Debarment System Broken? By SCOTT AMEY Is the federal suspension and debarment system broken? The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee (HSGAC) attempted to answer that question yesterday. That hearing follows … Continue reading
DoD Amends DFARS to Implement Contract Administration of Human Trafficking Provision (76 Fed. Reg. 71830) – The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is amending the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) to add to the list of contract administration … Continue reading