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Trends driving progressive change in EPC Industry
EPC companies constantly face challenges around cost overruns, delays in project completion, lack of proper management of capital and human resources, ineffective procurement practice, no robust accounting of project financials among others. In spite of adopting the latest technology for solving these hurdles, 85% of the EPC CEOs foresee a need to alter tech investments. So the question surfacing is ‘Are your enterprise applications supporting and improving your business drivers?’ Watch the video to know the global trends that will help EPC companies grow their business multi-fold in the years ahead.
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Sequence Staffing -  Job Seeker, Staffing Services Video
Sequence Staffing is a leading executive search and temporary staffing firm focusing on recruiting and placing executive, management, staff and field level employees in the environmental, construction, light industrial, engineering and greenhouse gas / climate change industries. Our recruiters assist individuals from the world in finding the highest quality job available. View our website to search jobs and apply for jobs.
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2013 National Scout Jamboree | Patrol Z Staff Overview
For more jamboree info, go to http://bsajamboree.org. The deal is this: You sign up for the 2013 National Scout Jamboree, and we provide pretty much everything you see in this video. That's a lot of stuff. Let's start with location, though. for the first time ever, the jambo is coming to the Summit Bechtel Reserve. It's more than 10,000 acres of Scouting goodness in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains in West Virginia. That's like a five hour drive from D.C. Four from Cincinnati. Three from Pittsburgh. So, it's close to the majority of the Scouting population. And if you live out west? Amtrak comes to our doorstep (though all of the planes, trains and automobiles options apply). Oh, and you need to know when the jambo is. It's going to be July 15-24, 2013. If you want to be on staff, you can even sign up for 1/2 the event. First time ever for that one, too. Now, lets get down to activities. All of your old favorites from jamborees of the past, like patch trading and pioneering, just to name a few, will *still* be a big part of the event. Shooting. Archery. You know the ones we're talking about. But there's a ton of new stuff. Mountain biking. BMX. Skateboarding. Rock climbing. Whitewater (or white water, if you prefer) rafting. Whitewater kayaking. Zip lines. Did someone say zip lines? And, really, that's just the beginning. There will be some incredible stadium shows and amazing guests and fellowship and ... Oh, and Venturing! For the first time ever (that's becoming a theme, here) Venturers will be part of the national Scout jamboree. We couldn't be more excited to have girls and boys from every reach of Scouting, all together at Scouting's biggest showcase. Sounds good, right? So here's what you need to do: 1) Go to http://summit.scouting.org and start the sign up process. 2) Follow the steps provided there. They lead you to your local council. 3) Finish registering with your local council. Now you're all set. Ok, now watch the video again. Think about all that cool stuff you see, and imagine yourself there. Get ready to go big. Prepare to get wild. It's coming ... See you at the 2013 National Scout Jamboree.
Kentucky Plant Continues to Hire for a Variety of Job Opportunities
The Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant has shifted from construction to systemization, the testing phase, and is filling positions necessary for plant systemization, operations and closure. This video highlights four employees and their positions, which are similar to other positions that are, or will become, available. To search for and apply for positions, visit www.bechtelparsonsbgcapp.com.
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CDI/Straus Military Reform Reception
September 30, 2015 The Project On Government Oversight is excited to announce the new Jack Shanahan Fellowship and Military Advisory Board for the CDI/Straus Military Reform Project at a reception in the Army and Navy Club of DC. The Jack Shanahan Fellowship was created this year for dedicated military reformers with combat experience to educate Congress, the Pentagon, and the press on achieving military efficacy at significantly lower budget levels. The Military Advisory Board is comprised of former military officers, bringing practical military reform experience and independent counsel to further our mission and goals.
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Sept. 13 Kentucky Chemical Demilitarization Citizens’ Advisory Commission and CDCAB Meeting (2017)
• At 0:00, the meeting begins. • At approximately 5:05, Reagan Taylor and Craig Williams, co-chairs, CDCAB, provide opening remarks. • At approximately 7:59, Suzanne Milchling, Program Executive Officer, ACWA, addresses the CAC/CDCAB for the first time and discusses her plans to speed up progress at the two plants. • At approximately 12:40, Jeff Brubaker, site project manager, Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (BGCAPP) provides an update on the plant. • At approximately 19:47, Ron Hink, project manager, Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass (BPBG) discusses safety performance at the plant. • At approximately 22:50, Brubaker discusses the BGCAPP Roadmap. • At approximately 32:22, Hink gives a permitting process update and plant work progress. Following, he gives an update on the plant’s economic impact and diversity in the workforce. • At approximately 37:26, Brubaker gives an update on community involvement and a Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant update. • At approximately 41:23, Williams welcomes Ms. Milchling and addresses her comments from the beginning of the meeting, as well as his thoughts on moving forward with the Static Detonation Chamber. • At approximately 45:13, Dale Burton, Blue Grass Army Depot Section, KDEP, gives an environmental protection permitting update.
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Reevaluating US Policy Toward Iran
Ambassador Chas Freeman, senior fellow at Watson, and Dr. Michael Rubin, AEI foreign policy scholar, discuss US policy toward Iran. The conversation focuses on the Joint Policy Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), counter-terror efforts, and future of US involvement in the Middle East. Brown University April 12, 2017
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