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Fort Meade’s 100th: In Plain View on the Horizon

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2017— is it far away or just around the corner?

For the planners for Fort Meade’s 100th anniversary celebration, it’s definitely coming up soon and it’s definitely time to get busy.

Cyber Conference Addresses Key Issue

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For the past six years, GovConnects and the Howard County Chamber of Commerce have worked with representatives of the various federal tenant agencies housed on Fort Meade to produce an annual Cybersecurity Conference for the business community.

New USO Lounge Opens at MEPS Facility

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Lt. Col. Megan Stallings recalls stepping into a USO lounge in the Afghan city of Kandahar four years ago. She sat in the room, filmed herself reading Dr. Seuss books, and arranged to have the DVD and books mailed home to her three children.

Personal Perspective: The Fort Meade Enhanced Use Lease: Too Little, Too Late

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In 2006 Fort Meade, like a number of other Army installations, began negotiations to lease unused Army land to a private developer for construction of an office park through what is known in the commercial real estate industry as an Enhanced Use Lease (EUL).

AACC Releases Latest CSLI Study

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The Center for the Study of Local Issues (CSLI) at Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) recently conducted a survey focusing on Anne Arundel County residents’ views highlighting the following issues.

Healthy Base Initiative Slated to End Soon

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Members of the Fort Meade community who shop at the installation’s farmers market can buy fresh produce, meats, baked goods and plants at reasonable prices.

Partnership Assists With Transit Options for the Past

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Fort Meade is Maryland’s largest employer, generating more than $22 billion in economic activity annually. More than 53,000 people show up each day to work at the post, which creates the potential for the region’s largest daily traffic jam.

First Lady Visits, Encourages Howard County Students

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Trecya Jordan recently enjoyed what she can only call the job interview of her life.

Students Construct Helping Hands: Manufacturing Day at NGC

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As part of the fifth national Manufacturing Day, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Northrop Grumman Corp. (NGC) hosted 15 students from two Baltimore high school science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs at its Linthicum facility on Sept. 28.

Feeling the Power: Banking on Solar Energy

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It’s not unusual when cruising around central Maryland to drive past the home of an owner who has taken advantage of the state and federal tax incentives and installed solar panels on their roof. And it’s not hard to thumb through a directory that lists numerous companies that have invested in the trend.

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