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08 May 2019

5 questions colleges should ask before engaging in a public-private partnership

Public-private partnerships (P3s), or the practice of sharing responsibility for providing a good or service with a for-profit company, are not new to higher education. Colleges have long outsourced elements such as food and laundry services, bookstores, custodial work and building construction. In recent years, however, those partnerships have expanded

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07 May 2019

To combat terrorism, we must address poverty and recruitment

On April 20, 2019, the day before the Easter attacks in Sri Lanka, ISIS had $4.5 million in bitcoin, up from just $500,000 on the same day. On April 21, one day after the deadly attacks, the balance of ISIS’s main bitcoin dropped back to $500,000. This went relatively unnoticed

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07 May 2019

General Dynamics’ Chuck Brooks: Public-Private Partnership Key to Address US Infrastructure Cybersecurity Risks

Chuck Brooks, principal market growth strategist for cybersecurity and emerging technologies at General Dynamics‘ mission systems business, has said the federal government should form a comprehensive and adaptive partnership with industry to address cyber threats to critical U.S. infrastructure. Brooks wrote in a Forbes guest piece published Monday the use

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06 May 2019

Kazakhstan implements Public Private Partnership projects worth KZT 3 tn

“Over the last years attraction of investments through Public Private Partnership has increased to contribute to GDP growth by 0.2%. As of May 1 there are 1,285 projects worth KZT 2.9 trillion. 548 agreements have been already concluded up to KZT 1.5 trillion. 737 projects to the amount of KZT

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06 May 2019

Build satellite towns under public-private partnership

Land Minister Saifuzzaman Chowdhury yesterday urged the real estate entrepreneurs to build satellite towns under public-private partnership and informed that the government is planning to go for land-zoning soon. Saifuzzaman said, “We all know Dhaka is a densly-populated city and the government has taken a good number of development projects

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06 May 2019

With $8.5 billion work backlog, Pr. George’s schools look to public-private partnerships

Prince George’s County is on track to become the first jurisdiction in the United States to use a public-private partnership to build and maintain several of its public schools — a move officials say will speed construction and decrease the system’s estimated $8.5 billion maintenance and construction backlog. The decision

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06 May 2019

Public Private Partnerships And The Cybersecurity Challenge Of Protecting Critical Infrastructure

In the U.S., most of the critical infrastructure, including defense, oil and gas, electric power grids, health care, utilities, communications, transportation, education, banking and finance, is owned by the private sector (about 85 percent according to DHS) and regulated by the public sector. The public and private relationship in operating

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03 May 2019

Race is on to create GEAR Center for federal applied research

The General Services Administration and Office of Management and Budget have talked about their hopes to create an applied research center in the past, but now that dream is closer to coming true. On Thursday, GSA and OMB announced a new competition to create a Government Effectiveness Advanced Research (GEAR)

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