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1 Is government's disability procurement program eroding?
2 Contract approach to Fort Meade base operations boosts competition
3 Edited Transcript of Alexander & Baldwin Inc earnings conference call or presentation 1-Nov-18 9:00pm GMT
4 Agencies need more information to retain new employees with disabilities
5 The CBA National Apprenticeship Program Gets Approved by Department of Labor
6 Announcing the 2020 SourceAmerica National Achievement Award Winners
7 US GAO
8 Bid Protest Spotlight: Jurisdiction, Standing, GAO Limits
9 US GAO
10 Valley Center for the Blind looking to start business for the blind
11 GAO Finds VA Not Obliged To Nix Existing Deal With Nonprofit
12 IFB Solutions loses 47 jobs in Winston-Salem as VA ends optical contract
13 US GAO
14 GAO Rejects Protest Over Army Washer Maintenance Deal
15 Dr. Jette Presents SECARMY Excellence in Contracting Awards
16 UPDATED: What Government Contractors Need to Know About COVID-19 Guidance
17 High Court Rejects 2 VA Contracting Cases
18 Federal agency accused of fraud could lose majority of contracts
19 Avenues For Fast-Tracking Gov't Procurement In Emergency
20 Understaffing, Lack of Training Found Common Across Agencies
21 As the shutdown draws to a close, thousands of disabled federal contract workers are still in limbo
22 Memphis Goodwill to pay $150,000 fine for falsely claiming compliance with labor regulations
23 Indicators Were There before Current Investigation into SourceAmerica: Lessons for Nonprofits
24 A Closer Look at Federal COVID Contractors Reveals Inexperience, Fraud Accusations and a Weapons Dealer Operating Out of Someone’s House
25 Using Technology to Help Visually Impaired Warehouse Workers
26 Statement from SourceAmerica to CNN
27 America's Largest Disability Employer Accused of Running Like the 'Mafia'
28 Did Your Job Give You Masks or Other Protective Gear? Send Us a Picture.
29 The E.O. 13891 Guidance Document Portal: An Exercise in Utility
30 No matter what some public officials say, the message you need to hear is ‘stay home’; Analysis
31 Admiral Mark Heinrich, USN, Retired Joins KnectIQ
32 Lawyer: Nonprofit firm rigged bids on jobs for disabled
33 Neurodiversity employment conferences convene leaders during national disability employment awareness month
34 Is Christmas Eve a Federal Holiday? What Government Offices are Open on December 24?
35 Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind v. PDS Consultants Inc.
36 Do You Work for the Federal Government? ProPublica Wants to Hear From You.
37 The Secret, Absurd World of Coronavirus Mask Traders and Middlemen Trying To Get Rich Off Government Money
38 More Than 1 in 5 Illinoisans Living in State Homes for Adults With Disabilities Have Tested Positive for the Coronavirus
39 General Services Administration Initiatives During COVID-19
40 One Federal Agency Was Suing Him for Fraud. Another Paid His Company Millions for Masks.
41 Voting by Mail Would Reduce Coronavirus Transmission but It Has Other Risks
42 Agents raid Goodwill amid growing investigation into AbilityOne
43 How the Rich and Powerful Profit From Crises Like Coronavirus
44 The Defense Production Act Gives the President Power — but Not Much Funding
45 The SourceAmerica Tapes
46 Whether the Ballot You Mail Is Counted May Depend on Where You Vote
47 Industries for the Blind faces legal challenge for VA optical contracts
48 Trump Removed the Head of the Coronavirus Bailout Oversight Board. Its Members Could Be Next.
49 Some Towns Still Haven’t Halted Utility Shut-offs for Unpaid Water Bills During Coronavirus, Even as Federal Lawmakers Demand It
50 In Desperation, New York State Pays Up to 15 Times the Normal Prices for Medical Equipment
51 How New York City’s Emergency Ventilator Stockpile Ended Up on the Auction Block
52 How Jared Kushner Is Tackling the White House’s Coronavirus Response — Without Any Evident Experience
53 Medical Staffing Companies Cut Doctors’ Pay While Spending Millions on Political Ads
54 Millions of Federal Workers Still Waiting on Work-From-Home Order During Coronavirus Pandemic
55 The Amazon Lockdown: How an Unforgiving Algorithm Drives Suppliers to Favor the E-Commerce Giant Over Other Retailers
56 The Veterans Health Administration Has Banned Even Administrative Employees From Working From Home
57 Families of Special Needs Students Fear They’ll Lose School Services in Coronavirus Shutdown
58 It’s Hardly Shocking the Navy Fired a Commander for Warning of Coronavirus Threat. It’s Part of a Pattern.
59 The Prison Was Built to Hold 1,500 Inmates. It Had Over 2,000 Coronavirus Cases.
60 Ignoring Trump and Right-Wing Think Tanks, Red States Expand Vote by Mail
61 Another Private Jet Company Owned by a Trump Donor Got a Bailout — This One for $20 Million
62 The White House Pushed FEMA To Give its Biggest Coronavirus Contract to a Company That Never Had to Bid
63 A Company Promised Cheap Ventilators to the Government, Never Delivered and Is Now Charging Quadruple the Price for New Ones
64 Texas Still Won’t Say Which Nursing Homes Have COVID-19 Cases. Families Are Demanding Answers.
65 Medical Workers Treating Coronavirus Are Resorting to Homemade Masks
66 FEMA Ordered $10.2 Million in COVID-19 Testing Kits It’s Now Warning States Not to Use
67 e-Commerce: To be or not to be
68 Coronavirus Put Her Out of Work, Then Debt Collectors Froze Her Savings Account
69 Nursing Homes Fought Federal Emergency Plan Requirements for Years. Now, They’re Coronavirus Hot Spots.
70 Not All Schools Can #KeepLearning
71 Senate Intel Chair Sold Dutch Fertilizer Stock in 2018, Right Before a Collapse
72 Keystone Blind secures $5M federal contract
73 Agonizing Lag in Coronavirus Research Puts Pregnant Women and Babies at Risk
74 Coronavirus Advice From Abroad: 7 Lessons America’s Governors Should Not Ignore as They Reopen Their Economies
75 Sen. Burr Faces DOJ Investigation for Selling a Fortune in Stocks Right Before the Market Crashed
76 The FDA Is Forcing the CDC to Waste Time Double Testing Some Coronavirus Cases
77 “All the Hospitals Are Full”: In Houston, Overwhelmed ICUs Leave COVID-19 Patients Waiting in ERs
78 Richard Burr Steps Down From Chairmanship of Senate Intelligence Committee
79 Medicaid Abruptly Canceled Her Health Insurance. Then Came the Coronavirus.
80 In This Remote Town, Spring Means Salmon — and Thousands of Fishermen From Coronavirus Hot Spots
81 Do I Know Enough to Get a Job as a Contact Tracer?
82 A Nurse’s Hospital Wouldn’t Let Her Wear an N95 Mask. She Hasn’t Been Back to Work in Weeks.
83 ICE Detainee Says Migrants Are Going on a Hunger Strike for Soap
84 How South Korea Scaled Coronavirus Testing While the U.S. Fell Dangerously Behind
85 Stop Seizing Paychecks, Senators Write to Capital One and Other Debt Collectors
86 Internal Messages Reveal Crisis at Houston Hospitals as Coronavirus Cases Surge
87 Small Businesses Failed by Federal Bailout Program Turn to Cash-Strapped Local Governments for Help
88 Early Data Shows African Americans Have Contracted and Died of Coronavirus at an Alarming Rate
89 Calls to Illinois’ Child Abuse Hotline Dropped by Nearly Half Amid the Spread of Coronavirus. Here’s Why That’s Not Good News.
90 The Financial Catastrophe That Coronavirus Brought to Small Towns
91 Wedding Planner, Caterer, “Brand Builder”: Trump’s Food Aid Program Is Paying $100+ Million to Unlicensed Dealers
92 Overwhelmed Hospitals Face a New Crisis: Staffing Firms Are Cutting Their Doctors’ Hours and Pay
93 The Trump Administration Paid Millions for Test Tubes — and Got Unusable Mini Soda Bottles
94 Medical Staffing Companies Owned by Rich Investors Cut Doctor Pay and Now Want Bailout Money
95 Hidden in the New House Coronavirus Relief Bill: Billions for Defense Contractors
96 Capital One and Other Debt Collectors Are Still Coming for Millions of Americans
97 House Democrats Demand Trump Administration Stop Rushing Through Deportations of Migrant Children
98 This VA Hospital Cited “Misleading” Data to Restrict Mask Use for Health Care Workers
99 Democratic Congressman Calls for Probe Into Former White House Official’s $3 Million Mask Deal
100 How America’s Hospitals Survived the First Wave of the Coronavirus