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Strapped feds have money for gopher-tortoise survey
| March 18, 2013
| Steve Peacock
Posted on 03/20/2013 3:03:51 PM PDT by Steve Peacock
The Obama administration recently issued warnings to contractors of potential sequestration-related spending cuts, but in the meantime federal spending continues unabated, domestically and globally.
Some of the apparently indispensable projects include a survey of the gopher tortoise, alternative energy outings to Turkey and the purchase of gold pellets.
USAID recently advised vendors that the agency is taking every step to mitigate the effects of these cuts, but
it is likely that your companys workforce, revenue, and planning processes may be affected.
But that is not stopping USAID from reaching out to contractors to carry out its new $700 million global ecological-governance program.
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
TOPICS: Business/Economy; Government; News/Current Events; US: Mississippi
KEYWORDS: foreignaid; obama; sequestration
To: Steve Peacock
"New projects continue to emerge while existing programs undergo expansion, from the seemingly inconsequential such as a $79,000 U.S. Trade & Development Agency grant to send U.S. railway representatives on an exploratory mission to India to initiatives on a multi-billion-dollar scale."
posted on 03/20/2013 3:14:29 PM PDT
(I predict the exact same Freepers will hate the GOP Candidate for: 2016,2020,2024,2028, 2032.)
To: Steve Peacock
Kill the corrupt USAID program; all of it!
posted on 03/20/2013 3:42:16 PM PDT
(The Most Insidious Power The Corrupt, Criminal Media Has, Is The Power To Ignore The Truth.)
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