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OCONUS contractors must prepare now for Iraq withdrawal

Contractors need to review their contracts with the US government to determine if there are line items triggering their responsibilities in the event change in circumstances. They need to have a solid strategy and they need to plan for the worst-case scenario, including the need to evacuate.

Read this article by Karen Dobson published in Washington Technology here published on April 19, 2019.


Syria drawdown increases contractor risk Beware of ‘Base Closure Syndrome’

When there is any shift in troop size there is a commensurate shift for their contracting companies. As pointed out at the Center for Strategic and International Studies event on the drawdowns, they were announced without input from foreign advisers. The consequence is that we are losing our ability to control the negotiations for how we manage that process.

Read this article by Karen Dobson published in Washington Technology here published on February 11, 2019.

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In Danger’s Path - Defense contract job sites can be managed safely, despite hostile environments

DBA benefits are broad, said Karen Dobson, national client director, Aon Risk Solutions. They don’t officially provide 24-hour coverage, but they apply to many activities, sometimes even those as questionable as bar fights and softball injuries.

Read this article Karen Dobson was quoted published in Risk & Insurance here published on August 3, 2015.