Who Stands to Gain From Obama's State of the Union Proposals? – Bloomberg
Who Stands to Gain From Obama's State of the Union Proposals?BloombergCompanies that provide cybersecurity or surveillance work to U.S. Agencies, such as No. 1 government contractor Lockheed Martin Corp. Or Northrop Grumman Corp., would be among the big winners in any increase in government spending. Security …
CompTIA: IT Certifications are High in Demand among HR …
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Private Military Contractors – CIMSEC
Private Military ContractorsCIMSECMilitary contractors are assisting militaries and civilian government agencies throughout the world and across the mission spectrum, including planning, training, logistics, and security. Their use in support of a range of security-related activities …and more »
Secrets of modern mercenaries: Inside the rise of private armies (Salon)
We don't know all the details about the opaque world of military contractors. An expert lays out the real story.
ISIL tied to second attack on U.S. Defense contractors in Saudi Arabia
Special to WorldTribune.com ABU DHABI — U.S. Private security contractors have again been attacked in Saudi Arabia. A leading U.S. Contractor said two of its employees were shot and injured in the Ahsa province of Saudi Arabia on Jan. 30. […] The post ISIL tied to second attack on U.S. Defense contractors in Saudi Arabia appeared first on World Tribune .