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ATTUS Technologies Inc. Protects 3 Billion Square Feet of US Soil Through Watch List Screening Solutions

ATTUS Technologies, Charlotte, NC, a regulatory compliance solutions provider, has announced it now protects more than 3 billion square feet of US soil with its anti-terrorism watch list monitoring solutions used by regulatory compliance officers in real estate. An increasing number of real estate firms are using WatchDOG Pro to fulfill business transactions within Office… Keep Reading

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SAIC Awarded $15 Million Task Order by the US Department of Transportation, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), McLean, Va., has announced it was awarded a task order by the US Department of Transportation (DOT), Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) to provide information technology (IT) modernization services in support of Portal Modernization Stage Two of FMCSA’s IT Modernization Program. The follow-on task order has a one-year base… Keep Reading

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Proposed Rule on CBP Seizure Notices Published from SAVE Award Idea

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) today published a notice of proposed rulemaking to amend the regulation allowing for the publication of notices of seizure and intent to forfeit on a government forfeiture website, instead of solelyby traditional paper-based publication methods. The idea was submitted by CBP paralegal specialist Paul Behe and selected as one… Keep Reading

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New York Offers Up to $1 Million to Help Boost Capabilities of Regional HazMat Teams

Chemical spills, explosions, leaks of toxic or corrosive material and potentially combustible situations typically require the response of a specially trained hazardous materials (HazMat) team. This year, New York State is using $1 million in federal FY2011 State Homeland Security Grant Program money to boost the capabilities of regional teams equipped to do just that.… Keep Reading

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Fugate Warns of Long Power Outages

In a 10 am press conference in Washington, DC, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Craig Fugate warned that areas in the path of Hurricane Irene could experience power outages of "days or weeks" as well as "a lot of flooding and strong, gusty winds." The Potomac River could experience storm surges and flooding along… Keep Reading

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