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DOE to Allot $64M for Cost-Shared Coal Tech Projects

The Department of Energy is investing $64M in cost-shared projects on the development of new coal power plant technologies. A new funding opportunity announcement, titled Critical Components for Coal Flexible, Innovative, Resilient, Small, Transformative Power Plants of the Future, would support research and development of coal-based approaches that support the U.S. energy grid, DOE said Friday.

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DHS S&T Backs Stranger Labs for Digital Credential System Dev’t

Cambridge, Mass.-based information technology firm Stranger Labs has received $197K in funds from the Department of Homeland Security's science and technology directorate through the Silicon Valley Innovation Program to build a tool that will enable the online verification of digital credentials.

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T. Michael Glenn to Succeed Harvey Perry as CenturyLink Board Chairman; Frederick Smith Quoted

CenturyLink announced that current non-executive Board Chairman, Harvey Perry, will retire effective May 2020 under the company's director retirement policy with T. Michael Glenn assuming the position, CenturyLink reported on Saturday.

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Retired Lt. Gen Michael Nagata Joins CACI to Improve National Security; John Mengucci Quoted

Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Nagata of U.S. Army has been named a senior vice president and corporate strategic advisor (CSP) by CACI International to enhance the position of CACI’s national security related expertise and technology offerings, the company announced on Monday.

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Retired Rear Adm. Charles Williams Nominated Navy Asst Secretary for Installations, Energy & Environment

President Donald Trump has nominated Charles Williams, a more than 32-year U.S. Navy veteran and president of St. Louis-based company Commercial Realty, to be the service branch's assistant secretary for installations, energy and the environment.

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