Here’s Today’s Department of Defense Contract Awards
Harris Information Technology Services Corp., Dulles, Va., is being awarded a $64,660,233 firm-price-incentive firm-with-award-fee contract modification for the network and space operations and maintenance, maintenance and logistics support to be provided to Air Force Space Command’s 50th Space Wing. This includes configuration management, electrical power systems management, database applications support, 24-hour maintenance management, industrial safety, communications security, information management, communications network control center operations, communications circuit management, satellite control center support, computer operations support, communications-computer systems maintenance and operations and maintenance for the Defense Satellite Communications System, Secure Communication System, and MILSTAR. In addition, the network and space operations and maintenance contract will provide operations, maintenance, logistics and training support for the Air Force Satellite Control Network at remote tracking stations around the world. Maintenance and logistics support will also be provided for Global Positioning System (GPS) ground antennas and monitoring stations, software analysis and support for GPS, orbital analysis of military satellites in orbit in support of military satellite controllers and security forces at New Boston Air Station, N.H. Work will be performed at Colorado Springs, Colo. 50 CONS/GLCZW, Schriever Air Force Base, Colo., is the contracting activity (FA2550-08-C-8011).
Initial speculation at this point, yet remember Norway was ready to recognize a state of Palestine at the United Nations, so I think we know the motive and the identity of the bombers! We've all seen this pattern before.
Please post this comment wherever the bombing is reported, because the Megaphonies are already trying to pin the blame on Muslims.
Posted on20 January 2011. Tags: Jonas Gahr Stoere, Palestinian Economy, Palestinian State, Salam Fayyad
Norway’s foreign minister has announced that the country will be among the first to recognise a Palestinian state if negotiations with Israel fail to make headway by September. A nine-month deadline has been set by the Palestinians for proclaiming independence, which would also coincide with the completion of Prime Minister Salam Fayyad’s two-year effort to set up the basic institutions of a state.
Speaking in Ramallah, Norwegian foreign minister Jonas Gahr Stoere said Oslo is striving to help with the development of the Palestinian economy but still believes that the political process towards peace could be a success.
“We are working to develop the economy of Palestine to reach that goal,” Stoere told reporters. “If, by August or September, there is no progress on the political track, I think the climate will change,” he added.