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Highlights of Nuclear Security Summit

The risk of a nuclear attack has been on the rise, Obama said yesterday at the 2010 Nuclear Security Summit. The risk of a nuclear war may be on the decline, but there are still many nations that have nuclear materials. Obama said, “Just the smallest amount of plutonium, about …

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IRS Offers Extensions to File

Tax season is about to come to an end, but not for everyone. Taxpayers are given the option to file a form for an extension. All one has to do is file the Form 4868 through the IRS Free File to get a six month extension until October 15, 2010. …

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Secretary Gates, Brazilian Defense Minister Sign Security Pact

Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates and Brazilian Defense Minister Nelson Jobim yesterday signed a new defense cooperation agreement, which Gates said “offers a transparent, positive model for engagement throughout the Americas.” “This agreement will lead to a deepening of U.S.-Brazil defense cooperation at all levels and will demonstrate how much …

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DON IT 2010 East Coast Conference

The Department of Navy IT 2010 East Coast Conference is fast approaching. This is one of two DON IT conferences held each year.  It will be held Monday, May 10, 2010 to Thursday, May 13, 2010 at the Virginia Beach Convention Center. It will be held at the same time …

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Obama Comments on Eve of Nuclear Summit

President Obama met with Prime Minister Singh of India, President Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan and President Zuma of South Africa yesterday on the eve of the Nuclear Security Summit. In a press briefing, Obama publicly complimented Zuma on his administration’s efforts in addressing the international problem of the threat of nuclear …

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US, Europe Must Take ‘Collaborative Global Action’ to Fight Terrorism

Meeting with European counterparts as part of the U.S.-European Union Justice and Home Affairs Ministerial Troika meeting, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said there needs to be a transatlantic collaborative action to increase information sharing and strengthen security measures to counter terrorists who threaten all nations. “We must …

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GSA’s Interagency Resources Management Conference

Martha Johnson, the Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration, spoke in front of over 200 senior government executives last night at opening of the IRMCO conference. The IRMCO conference is the federal government’s premier interagency conference; this year is the 49th annual conference. The IRMCO conference began yesterday and …

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SBA Webinar Series to Aid Small Business Owners

April is National Financial Literary Month. This April the U.S. Small Business Administration is hosting a Webinar Series to offer assistance to get fiscally fit for small business owners. The webinar series aims to offer tips for practical money skills and overall financial wellness. They have been created in order …

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