Happy Tuesday. Today, after a dark day, we return with a still-short version of CIRAS Digest to celebrate our communications manager’s escape (for now) from the cooties of his flu-infested family. Back in the office. Here’s what we’re reading:
FYI, WE'RE SKIPPING CIRAS DIGEST TODAY IN THE INTEREST OF SHARING ANOTHER TIP FROM BETH WHITE FOR NAVIGATING THE WORLD OF GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING. HERE'S BETH: Did you know that there is a littler known agency within the Department of Defense that provides food and other household products for military families, with the major mission to improve their quality of life?
Happy Thursday. Today we have a lot of reasonably good numbers to share with you, plus a scary one (at least seven more presidential candidates headed here for another daylong event). Here’s the 411:
Happy White Wednesday. And welcome back to the shoveling. A lot of the usual handwringing out there today:
Happy Tuesday from CIRAS Newswire Command, where we are trying to keep well ahead of you, dear readers. Work is already underway on the Spring edition of CIRAS News. The Winter volume hit the streets at the end of last week, and you’ll start seeing stories posted here in the very near future. In the meantime, here’s what’s going on:
Happy Friday. Incremental economic news today, plus a peek at overseas conditions and an assembly-line robot with a face. Here’s what’s out there:
Happy Thursday. Technical difficulties made yesterday’s Digest impractical to deliver, but we’ll roll over some of Wednesday’s more interesting and less time-sensitive offerings into today’s editions. So, assuming you already know about the gas tax (10-cent increase is possible) and the fed (interest rates unchanged for now), here are the most interesting things we’re seeing on the Newswire:
Happy Tuesday. We’ve got a little new news, a little reflection on the old news, and a little hamburger history. Here we go:
Happy Monday. Today, the Newswire offers some ISU alumni, plus a dash of economic optimism and a West Coast tome on why that’s incompatible with Republican politics. For your information:
(ED. NOTE: CIRAS' government contracting specialists try to offer their clients weekly tips for boosting business. This latest is from contracting specialist Beth White.) Did You Know that there are a lot of ways to do business with an agency other than just waiting for a bid opportunity?