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GAO: DOD Should Clarify Criteria for Using LPTA

GAO has assessed the extent to which DOD used the LPTA process in fiscal year 2017 and how contracting officials considered Section 813 criteria when using the LPTA process.

NTSB Report Highlights Need for Maritime Safety Management Systems, Better Forecasting

The Safer Seas Digest contains information that can help mariners prevent future accidents, and help the industry sustain a culture of safety at sea.

Acting Attorney General Calls 17 Percent Jump in Hate Crimes a ‘Call to Action’

"I am particularly troubled by the increase in anti-Semitic hate crimes—which were already the most common religious hate crimes in the United States—that is well documented in this report," says Whitaker.

GAO: Arctic Sea Ice Coverage Decrease Presents Challenges, Opportunities

Increased economic activity in the Arctic could potentially increase the need for military capabilities there to safeguard U.S. interests.

Department of Homeland Security and Justice Department Adopt Asylum Rule to Turn Back Caravan

The asylum rule says that aliens who unlawfully cross the border or falsely claim asylum because of fear or persecution from their home countries will not be admitted.

OIG Report: 500 ISIS Terrorists in Philippines Fragmented and Degraded, Still Pose Security Threat

ISIS was dealt a sharp blow in the region after the death of its leader, Isnilon Hapilon, during the five-month-long siege of the city of Marawi last year.

OIG Report: 20,000 ISIS Terrorists in Iraq and Syria; Fight Is ‘Years, If Not Decades’ from Over

According to a quarterly report to Congress, ISIS has continued to move underground and solidify as an insurgency in Iraq and Syria.

GAO: Pace of Secure Embassy Construction Too Slow, Improvements Needed in Costing, Workforce and Contracting

While cost growth occurred on a majority of completed embassy projects and durations averaged about 36 months, these were generally within budgeting and planning allowances.
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