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Ken Larson

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AT&T was forwarding global internet traffic to the government from secret rooms inside its offices.

The collection program, which lasted from 2001 to 2011, involved email metadata — the “enveloped” information for email that reveals the sender’s address and recipient, as well as IP addresses and websites visited, the Guardiannewspaper reported today.

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What is your fiscal 2018 Strategy? If you are a smaller government contractor, are your plans in place? Do you have goals supported by a strategy?

If not, are you just going to continue to tread water by looking for bids to go after, or are you going to map out a strategy that gives you a better chance at winning more business?

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Don’t lose in minutes what has taken you years to build just because you think it is okay to cut a few corners or believe “this won’t happen to me.”

As the old vaudeville joke goes: “How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice, practice, practice.”

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Former Tech Sgt. Joshua Miller and Capt. Mitchell Kieffer, both medically retired, suffered significant injuries during their time in service.

Those injuries led to a string of surgeries for both veterans and, ultimately, a choice: between reaching out to overcome those injuries or to isolate themselves.

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A Favorite Minnesota Adventure

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John N. Tye wants to make it easier to expose government wrongdoing without getting fired or breaking the law.

Whistleblowing can be a challenge for people who have taken an oath of office to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic

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America’s defense industry is struggling to boost its innovative entrepreneurs, who need freedom and resources to come up with creative ideas.

Like other industries, defense acquisition innovation must recognize that “inspiration flows best when individuals ‘can breathe free,’ thinking creatively without limits of fear.

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Uncertain funding has caused the Defense Department to defer unit training, miss routine ship maintenance, delay personnel hiring and fund programs in increments.

In 2017, more service members have died in training than have died in combat. Two recent collisions involving two Arleigh Burke-class destroyers [are] warning lights that we were asking too much of our folks and of our equipment.

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Many of these enlistees have waited years to join a troubled recruitment program designed to attract highly skilled immigrants into the service in exchange for fast-track citizenship.

U.S. Army recruiters have abruptly canceled enlistment contracts for hundreds of foreign-born military recruits since last week, upending their lives and potentially exposing many to deportation, according to several affected recruits and former military officials familiar with their situation.
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