Harris Corporation in Florida

Harris Corporation in Florida

Harris Corporation in Florida

Harris Corp. to Compete for Billions in Radio Orders Thanks to Rep. Slaughter’s Work

Harris Corp. to Compete for Billions in Radio Orders Thanks to Rep. Slaughter’s Work

Congresswoman Louise M. Slaughter (D-NY) today welcomed news that Rochester-based manufacturer Harris Corp. is competing for up to $7 billion in radio orders thanks to her work changing Army procurement rules. The Army’s request for proposal for a next-generation radio utilizes the “Slaughter Acquisition Rule” which prohibits no-bid contracts and ensures that companies like those in Rochester can compete for federal contracts in the open marketplace. Before Slaughter stepped-in to end the practice, no-bid contracts awarded by the Army had prevented Rochester businesses from even being considered for billions of dollars in federal work. “Rochester is leading the country in using high-tech manufacturing to keep our country safe while creating good-paying jobs,” said Rep. Slaughter. “Today’s announcement is the result of years of work in which I successfully pushed the Army to end no-bid contracts and allow Rochester businesses to compete for work in the open market. Businesses know that the best way to deliver innovative products at the best price is to promote market competition, which is why I pushed the Army to introduce real competition into the procurement process.” The Army’s request for proposal is for a universal variant of the Joint Tactical Radio System’s Manpack radio, with a total expected budget of between $5-7 billion. Congresswoman Slaughter led the successful effort to open-up the competition for the next-generation of Army radios, allowing Harris Corp to win a $3.8 billion contract for the Rifleman variant earlier this year. These efforts have been part of Slaughter’s years-long fight to ensure a fair and open military procurement process that has helped save thousands of jobs in Rochester. Because of Slaughter’s effort to end no-bid contracts, Harris Corp. announced in July that they would bring more than 100 new jobs to Rochester. -- Originally aired August 14, 2015 on YNN

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YNN - Harris Corp. to Compete for Billions in Radio Orders Thanks to Rep. Slaughter’s Work

YNN - Harris Corp. to Compete for Billions in Radio Orders Thanks to Rep. Slaughter’s Work

Congresswoman Louise M. Slaughter (D-NY) today welcomed news that Rochester-based manufacturer Harris Corp. is competing for up to $7 billion in radio orders thanks to her work changing Army procurement rules. The Army’s request for proposal for a next-generation radio utilizes the “Slaughter Acquisition Rule” which prohibits no-bid contracts and ensures that companies like those in Rochester can compete for federal contracts in the open marketplace. Before Slaughter stepped-in to end the practice, no-bid contracts awarded by the Army had prevented Rochester businesses from even being considered for billions of dollars in federal work. “Rochester is leading the country in using high-tech manufacturing to keep our country safe while creating good-paying jobs,” said Rep. Slaughter. “Today’s announcement is the result of years of work in which I successfully pushed the Army to end no-bid contracts and allow Rochester businesses to compete for work in the open market. Businesses know that the best way to deliver innovative products at the best price is to promote market competition, which is why I pushed the Army to introduce real competition into the procurement process.” The Army’s request for proposal is for a universal variant of the Joint Tactical Radio System’s Manpack radio, with a total expected budget of between $5-7 billion. Congresswoman Slaughter led the successful effort to open-up the competition for the next-generation of Army radios, allowing Harris Corp to win a $3.8 billion contract for the Rifleman variant earlier this year. These efforts have been part of Slaughter’s years-long fight to ensure a fair and open military procurement process that has helped save thousands of jobs in Rochester. Because of Slaughter’s effort to end no-bid contracts, Harris Corp. announced in July that they would bring more than 100 new jobs to Rochester. -- Originally aired August 14, 2015 on YNN

YNN - Harris Corp. to Compete for Billions in Radio Orders Thanks to Rep. Slaughter’s Work

YNN - Harris Corp. to Compete for Billions in Radio Orders Thanks to Rep. Slaughter’s Work

Congresswoman Louise M. Slaughter (D-NY) today welcomed news that Rochester-based manufacturer Harris Corp. is competing for up to $7 billion in radio orders thanks to her work changing Army procurement rules. The Army’s request for proposal for a next-generation radio utilizes the “Slaughter Acquisition Rule” which prohibits no-bid contracts and ensures that companies like those in Rochester can compete for federal contracts in the open marketplace. Before Slaughter stepped-in to end the practice, no-bid contracts awarded by the Army had prevented Rochester businesses from even being considered for billions of dollars in federal work. “Rochester is leading the country in using high-tech manufacturing to keep our country safe while creating good-paying jobs,” said Rep. Slaughter. “Today’s announcement is the result of years of work in which I successfully pushed the Army to end no-bid contracts and allow Rochester businesses to compete for work in the open market. Businesses know that the best way to deliver innovative products at the best price is to promote market competition, which is why I pushed the Army to introduce real competition into the procurement process.” The Army’s request for proposal is for a universal variant of the Joint Tactical Radio System’s Manpack radio, with a total expected budget of between $5-7 billion. Congresswoman Slaughter led the successful effort to open-up the competition for the next-generation of Army radios, allowing Harris Corp to win a $3.8 billion contract for the Rifleman variant earlier this year. These efforts have been part of Slaughter’s years-long fight to ensure a fair and open military procurement process that has helped save thousands of jobs in Rochester. Because of Slaughter’s effort to end no-bid contracts, Harris Corp. announced in July that they would bring more than 100 new jobs to Rochester. -- Originally aired August 15, 2015 on YNN

Slaughter Announces Harris Corp. to Compete for Billions in Radio Orders

Slaughter Announces Harris Corp. to Compete for Billions in Radio Orders

Congresswoman Louise Slaughter announces that Rochester-based Harris Corp. is entering a bid for up to $7 billion in radio orders thanks to her work to change Army contracting rules. The Army’s recent request for proposal for a next-generation radio utilizes the “Slaughter Acquisition Rule” which prohibits no-bid contracts and ensures that companies like Harris Corp. can compete for federal contracts in the open marketplace. Before Slaughter stepped-in to end the practice, no-bid contracts awarded by the Army had prevented Rochester businesses from even being considered for billions of dollars in federal work. The Army’s request for proposal is for a universal variant of the Joint Tactical Radio System’s Manpack radio, with a total expected budget of between $5-7 billion. Congresswoman Slaughter led the successful effort to open-up the competition for the next-generation of Army radios, allowing Harris Corp to win a $3.8 billion contract for the Rifleman variant earlier this year. These efforts have been part of Slaughter’s years-long fight to ensure a fair and open military procurement process that has helped save thousands of jobs in Rochester. Because of Slaughter’s effort to end no-bid contracts, Harris Corp. announced in July that they would bring more than 100 new jobs to Rochester.

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Dog Training Rochester NY (585) 704-4219 American K9 Training Services LLC

Dog Training Rochester NY (585) 704-4219 American K9 Training Services LLC

http://www.americank9trainingservices.com Dog training in Rochester NY Meet the dog trainer Tommy Doehler. Rochester New York's only federally certified Kennel Master and Master Trainer. He has more than 16 years of dog training, handling, and supervisory experience at levels unavailable to civilian dog trainers. He is the sole owner and dog trainer of American K9 Training Services LLC. In 1997 tommy enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. While at Camp Lejeune, Tommy was selected to attend the prestigious dog training (K9) program offered for every service at Lackland Air force Base in Texas. He attended and graduated from the military working handler course (equivalent to what other dog trainers call dog training school) after receiving 436 hours of specific dog handler training. While participating as a dog trainer (K9 handler) at Camp Lejeune, he was selected to work with the United States Secret Service as an explosive dog trainer (K9 Handler). Tommy worked in protective details that included former U.S. Presidents Bush, Clinton, and former Vice President Gore, as well as numerous heads of state and many other foreign dignitaries.He attended and graduated from the United States Air Force Phoenix Readiness military working dog training course after receiving 96 hours of specific dog training as a K9 handler. Tommy was selected to attend the even-more-prestigious military working dog trainer/supervisor course at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, where he graduated from this course after receiving 158.5 hours of specific dog trainer/supervisor training. He says there is no comparison or equivalent he can make to this course in the civilian dog training educational community.Tommy was promoted, upon completion of the trainer/supervisor course, to the Training Non-Commissioned Officer for the entire Camp Lejeune K9 section and was in charge of the training for approximately 15 other dog teams at Camp Lejeune.In September 2001, he was deployed to the Middle East to support American Forces with K-9 detection and patrol capabilities.Upon finishing his enlistment, he worked with numerous government agencies in the Washington, D.C. area as a dog trainer (K9 handler). Those agencies included the: Department of Justice, Defense Intelligence Agency, Internal Revenue Service, and Department of Labor.In December of 2008, Tommy graduated from the Indiana Law Enforcement dual purpose explosive detector dog handler course located at Vohne Liche Kennels (Alpha Dogs). Upon completion of this program, he was deployed to Iraq and worked directly for the Department of Defense, while supporting U.S. ground forces with K9 support. Since establishing American k9 training services in 2009, Tommy has trained and helped thousands of dogs and owners. Taking the time to research the best dog training options for you and your pet is very important. When you read about me, my dog training philosophy, my formal dog training schooling, and dog training experience, I believe you will see that no one is more passionate about the topic of family dog training than me. Dogs have always been great companions and with the proper dog training, your companion can be even more successful than you ever imagined. A dog training philosophy based on love and respect provides you this opportunity.My dog training philosophy is quite simple and can be applied to all facets of your everyday life with your dog(s). My dog training is based on three key fundamentals love, respect, and trust. Love is the basis of praise. So many people, dog trainers included, downplay the value of praise as it pertains to your dog's reward for doing something good. Your dog will do what you want for praise and praise alone. Respect is your dog showing you that they can and will do what you want, for no other reason than you telling them to, not because you have a pocket full of cookies or out of fear. Trust is something that must be earned for both the dog and dog owner. The more trust you both have in each other, the more confidence you both have which will lead to a healthy and successful relationship. Call (585) 704-4219 or visit www.americank9trainingservices.com for all your dog training and puppy training needs Original upload : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrhzZPz-ajg March 23 2010

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