Encore presentation by Popular Demand: “Homeland Security-Guantanamo Bay-Energy-FAA”

August 26, 2010
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs

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Episode Description

Join us on the Capital Thinking Radio Show as host Kevin O’Neill discusses economic opportunities for companies working in the homeland security marketplace with Marc Pearl, president and CEO of the Homeland Security & Defense Business Council, and Norma Krayem, a former official at the Transportation, State and Commerce departments. Next, we talk to former federal prosecutor Todd Harrison about the Pentagon’s recent decision to release two Guantanamo Bay prisoners against their will. Then we take a look at the Chesapeake Crescent Initiative with Stephanie Carnes, managing director of the initiative, and energy guru Joshua Greene. Finally, we talk to Gregory Walden, a nationally recognized aviation authority, about pending legislation impacting the FAA.

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