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Jul 15 2009
Native Corporations Defend SBA-8a Contracts PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 15 July 2009

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            Some Alaska Native leaders are converging in Washington in advance of a Senate subcommittee meeting on government contracting. The focus on the hearing is the Small Business Administration's 8(a) business development program; specifically, the way Native Corporation contracts are awarded.

            Contracts to Alaska Native corporations have grown from 508 million-dollars in 2000 to 5.2 billion dollars last year according to figures released by the Senate Subcommittee on Contracting Oversight. That's the subcommittee that's conducting a hearing on Thursday to look into the way contracts are awarded to Alaska Native Corporations. Based on federal law Native corporations are eligible for no-bid federal contracts of any size. Other businesses under the small business program have a 5.5 million-dollar cap on contracts.

KMXT's Diana Gish spoke with Casey Sullivan, who is part of a new coalition called "Native Eight (a) Works," that represents a diverse group of Alaska Native corporations, Native American tribes, Hawaiian Native organizations as well as other organizations and businesses. The group was formed earlier this week to counter a growing criticism and increase understanding of the value of awarding federal contracts to native groups.

 
Jul 15 2009
Unionization Signature Drive Winding Down PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 15 July 2009

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            The deadline for a petition that would put the issue of union representation for Kodiak city employees, including employees of the Kodiak Police Department, on the fall general election ballot is approaching. And according to one of the petition's main sponsors, it has enough support to succeed. KMXT's Erik Wander has more:

 

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Jul 14 2009
School Board Mulls Funding Kodiak Football League PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 July 2009

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            Representatives from the Kodiak Football League came before the Kodiak Island Borough School District Board of Education at its work session Monday night to discuss possible changes to the agreement that the league has with the school district. Board members expressed interest in a proposed change in wording of the agreement that would open the door to at least the possibility of some district funding for football.

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Jul 14 2009
NMFS Concentrates on Sea Lion Pup Mortality PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 July 2009

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            The National Marine Fisheries Service is continuing their research on Stellar Sea Lions this summer. This time they are using high-resolution aerial photography to count the number of pups at rookeries and haul outs from Sitka to the western Aleutians. Biologist Lowell Fritz says they need to take the photos now, before the pups start swimming with their mothers. This year's survey is aided by new technology.

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Jul 13 2009
Kodiak Gets 2-Way Video Link to Social Security Office PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 July 2009

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            The Social Security Administration will debut a new high-tech way for people in Kodiak to interact with representatives at an open house Tuesday. 

            Pretty much every kind of transaction with the Social Security Administration can be completed over the video link, except for applying for a new or replacement Social Security Card, which may require some paperwork sent via mail. The conversations will be in private, and over a secure internet link.

            The new video system is in the Kodiak Job Service Center, which is at 309 Center Avenue. The ribbon-cutting and public demonstration will take place at 10 Tuesday morning.

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