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ID Technologies Named Top 2021 Workplace for Washington Post; CEO Chris Oliver Quoted

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ID Technologies announced on Monday that the company has been named one of The Washington Post’s 2021 Top Workplaces in the Washington, D.C. area. This selection was based only on employee feedback gathered through an anonymous third-party survey performed by Energage. The Washington Post held a virtual awards ceremony on Thursday, June 17th to recognize the top-ranked companies. 

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SPA Named to Top Workplace for 7th Consecutive Year; Dr. William Vantine Quoted

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Systems Planning and Analysis (SPA) has announced its seventh consecutive award for its workplace enviornment and employee satisfaction. “Our high quality staff, opportunities for individual growth, professional work environment, and top tier benefits are keys to our success and we are extremely proud of our team and the value they provide to our clients,” said SPA President and CEO Dr. William Vantine. 

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In the News: Rep. Will Hurd (R-TX)

The Washington Post would say that “Democracy Dies in Darkness.” Others–in house, in congress, in forum–would beg to differ. Congressman Will Hurd (R-), who represents the 23rd District of Texas, aims to repaint the administration-landscape, in the hopes that the bipartisan issues standing on the steps of Capitol Hill are …

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Teri Takai Speaks on DoD’s Wireless Spectrum Dependence

Teri Takai, Defense Department chief information officer, said Tuesday the department’s dependence on wireless spectrum touches all aspects of its operations, the American Forces Press Service reported Tuesday. Claudette Roulo writes that Takai told a Washington Post forum that military platforms have moved beyond wireless voice and data transmission and into …

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USAID Wants More Small Business Competition for Contracts

The U.S. Agency for International Development is looking to increase competition for contracts in order to make programs more accessible to small businesses, according to the Washington Post. This is all part of the agency’s reform effort, as it has considered itself to have “fallen short” on awarding small and disadvantaged …

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