How to Say Goodbye to Your Friends When You Move

Moving house is a super-busy period when your moving and packing checklist will be full to the brim with important move-related tasks. Still, no matter how busy you may be, you must do everything in your power to find time to say goodbye to your frie..

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The Risks of a Monopoly Managing the DOD Personal Property Program

While DoD has indicated that they want more capacity and the ability to provide a higher level of quality during periods of peak capacity, it’s apparent that DoD doesn’t understand how the current structure is set up; therefore, it doesn’t understand how the proposed change to a single source contractor creates risks that the DoD doesn’t need to create in order to get what it needs out of the program.

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USTRANSCOM Commander Meets with Moving Industry Reps to Improve PCS Move Quality – An Industry Perspective

USTRANSCOM Public Affairs published a press release highlighting GEN Lyons’ meeting with CEOs from various moving companies who support DoD household goods movement, and a separate meeting with moving industry trade associations. The press release is not an accurate account of the events of those meetings. Industry attendees believe the tone of the press release implied industry’s support to the general’s decision to award a contract to a single provider. To be clear, most of DoD’s current household goods service providers do not support this initiative.

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Risks of Awarding a Monopoly in the DoD Personal Property Program

While DoD has indicated that they want more capacity and the ability to provide a higher level of quality during periods of peak capacity, it’s apparent that DoD doesn’t understand how the current structure is set up; therefore, it doesn’t understand how the proposed change to a single source contractor creates risks that the DoD doesn’t need to create in order to get what it needs out of the program.

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Industry rallied for demurrage investigation final phase

U.S. Federal Maritime Commission officials told attendees of the American Association of Port Authorities’ Spring Conference in Washington, D.C., Wednesday that the third and final phase of the agency’s investigation to bring commercial clarity to the system of accessing detention and demurrage is underway.

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