Their view: Government contracting work should be transparent

Government contracting work should be transparent Sarah Welsh is executive director of New Mexico Foundation for Open Government: She writes about a possible violation of the state’s sunshine laws.

Anniversaries — Aug. 14

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Beaver [image #2, align=right, size=medium] Nolan and Betty Beaver of Clovis celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on July 17. The celebration was hosted by their three daughters and their families: Jeannie Beaver; Kathy and Glen Adair and their children: Cory, Kala, Gage, Easton and Cooper Adair; and Kara, Matt, Jackson, Quinn and Kannon Morris; Jody […]

All business: Small Business Program director acts as liaison

Courtesy photo Cherri Duval is getting the word out about contracts for Air Force Special Operations Command at both Hurlburt, Fla., and Cannon Air Force Base. Liliana Castillo Air Force Special Operations Command has a new face for small businesses to meet and discuss prime and subcontracting opportunities. Cherri Duval, who works out of Hurlburt […]

Cannon hosting Industry Day

The 27th Special Operations Contracting Squadron at Cannon Air Force Base will host its second annual industry day April 29, according to a news release. The event will be held 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Landing Zone. United States Small Business Administration District Director John Woosley will present how his organization supports firms […]

Cannon hosting Industry Day

The 27th Special Operations Contracting Squadron at Cannon Air Force Base will host its second annual industry day April 29, according to a news release. The event will be held 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Landing Zone. United States Small Business Administration District Director John Woosley will present how his organization supports firms […]

Contracting squadron greases the mission wheels

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USAF photo: Airman 1st Class James Bell Gerald Pelfrey, 27th Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron, points to areas in a laundry room that will be modernized by contracting firm D.W.G. & Associates. By Airman 1st Class James Bell: 27th SOW Public Affairs Although it’s more of a behind-the-scenes career field, Air Force contracting airmen ultimately […]

Helping small business worth the money

Commentary by Maj. Daniel Dunn CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — In today’s environment of limited budgets and funding cuts, squadrons rightfully expect the most bang for the buck when contracting for goods and services. However, an integral part of being good stewards of our tax dollars involves much more than getting our requirements at the […]

CONS commander outlines GPC keys to success

Maj. James Eastman As the contracting commander, there are many mission critical issues to deal with every day. At Cannon, we spend about $40 million a year on contracts for construction projects, purchasing new equipment and for service contracts that keep Cannon running smoothly. However, the one contracting program that has the furthest reach and […]

Unlicensed contractors drawing complaints

By Ryn Gargulinski By Ryn Gargulinski CNJ STAFF WRITER ryn_gargulinski@link.freedom.com Problems with unlicensed contractors in New Mexico have reached an all-time high, according to state officials. It’s become such a problem the state recently released a top 10 list of known unlicensed contractors, a first-time measure Construction Industries Division spokeswoman Charmaine Jackson-John said the agency […]