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Serving with Hope through SNC TRIPS

Hope, as we cross the bridge, officially saying goodbye to St. Norbert
Hope, as we navigate highways, byways, and then the traffic of Chicago
Hope, as we see our spacious new home with beds instead of a hard floor… 327 more words

Changing prisons in challenging times

On 16 March 2015, Middlesex University hosted a roundtable seminar ‘Changing prisons in challenging times’. Event organiser Dr Jenni Ward, Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Middlesex, reports. 974 more words

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House defense committee chair proposes acquisition system reforms « American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC)

From American Society of Military Comptrollers, 3/27/15:

House Armed Services Committee (HASC) chair Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-TX) introduced a bill containing the first in a series of broad ranging defense acquisition reforms. 155 more words


Necessity is the mother of Navy acquisition reform

From FCW, 3/26/15:

The Navy’s enterprise IT shop has unveiled an acquisition model designed to address the longstanding challenge of keeping pace with industry innovation. 91 more words


Opinion: Procure new technology or face horrid music

From The Strategic Sourceror, 3/26/15:

Technology has become the single most important asset for a wealth of businesses in the past few years, and has also effectively transformed virtually every organization on the globe, not to mention consumer demands, corporate purchaser expectations and the like. 124 more words


Meet the trailblazer who paved the way for girls in Little League baseball back in the 1970s

Women’s History Month is wrapping up and baseball season is approaching–and Maria Pepe has a meaningful stake in both. Pepe vaulted to the front of a national debate about gender and sports in 1972, when the then 11-year-old from New Jersey was forced off her Little League team. 268 more words

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