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Federal Tipoffs Involving Ohio Newsletter for Sunday July 28, 2019 ( 17 items )  

Air Force Institute of Technology Research Project Evolves Into Innovative Training
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio, July 23 -- The U.S. Air Force (88th Air Base Wing) issued the following news: By Stacey Geiger To have an agile Air Force, Airmen readiness is paramount and a new revolutionary education hub that can deliver the most current, relevant and interactive training just might be the way of the future for the warfighter. "Created as a research project at the Air Force Institute of Technology, the genesis of the educational hub was born in 2017 at the Air Force  more

Air Force Research Laboratory Collaborates With Industry at Dayton Defense Wright Dialogue With Industry Event
DAYTON, Ohio, July 23 -- The U.S. Air Force (88th Air Base Wing) issued the following news: By Bryan Ripple Nearly 600 people attended the 14th annual Dayton Defense Wright Dialogue with Industry event at the Dayton Convention Center July 16-18. The event provided Air Force Research Laboratory leaders, scientists, and engineers an opportunity to engage with not only Ohio companies, but industry representatives from across the nation as well. Through the event, hosted by Dayton Defense, a not-  more

Air Force Research Laboratory Looks to Fine Tune Process of 3D Printing Composite Inks
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio, July 23 -- The Air Force Research Laboratory's Materials and Manufacturing Directorate issued the following news: By Alexa Low In January 2016, researchers from AFRL started focusing on the ability to 3D-print parts for the Air Force, specifically polymer architectures that can replace heavier and complex metal parts currently used in low cost aircraft or on jet engines. The standard, conventional parts for Air Force applications used today are mostly ma  more

Air Force Uniform Office Seeks Feedback on Maternity Uniforms
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio, July 25 -- The U.S. Air Force issued the following news: By Brian Brackens The Air Force Uniform Office has begun surveying female Airmen to collect feedback on Air Force maternity uniform items. All Air Force women will receive an email message from the Air Force Survey Office with a unique link inviting them to take the survey. To determine who should take the full survey, the Uniform Office is asking participants to respond to the first survey questio  more

Air Force's Space and Missile Systems Center Awards $47 Million Contract for Enterprise Ground Services Satellite Operations
LOS ANGELES AIR FORCE BASE, California, July 23 -- The U.S. Air Force issued the following news release: The Space and Missile Systems Center's Enterprise Ground Services project office awarded a $47 million Phase III Small Business Innovative Research contract to Frontier Technology, Inc., of Beaver Creek, Ohio to support EGS Life Cycle Decision Support efforts. "We are excited to form this partnership with Industry as we continue to implement our enterprise solution to stove-piped ground sys  more

Airman Finds Strength and Self-Discovery as He Continues Training for Air Force Marathon
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio, July 23 -- The U.S. Air Force (88th Air Base Wing) issued the following news: By Stacey Geiger With less than two months to go, as Staff Sgt. Kyle Hipol continues to train for his first marathon at the Air Force Marathon on Sept. 21, he is discovering that he is becoming not only stronger physically but also mentally. Since his training began in April, Hipol's initial concerns were finding the time to commit to training along with what mental and physic  more

American Conservation Experience to Receive $52,500 from Interior
WASHINGTON, July 23 - The U.S. Department of the Interior's National Park Service announced that it intends to award a $52,500 cooperative agreement to the American Conservation Experience of Flagstaff, Arizona, for a summer youth crew for habitat restoration and community engagement at the Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio. The agency description of the grant states: "The goals of this project are to provide occupational, educational and training opportunities for youth from communities ne  more

DOE Releases Final Request for Proposal for Environmental Management (EM) Nevada Environmental Program Services (EPS) Contract
CINCINNATI, Ohio, July 22 -- The Department of Energy's Office of Environmental Management issued the following news release: The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today issued a Final Request for Proposal (RFP) for the EM Nevada EPS Contract to perform services to complete End States to achieve measurable results towards completion of the DOE-Office of Environmental Management mission at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) by accomplishing the maximum amount of environmental cleanup within   more

DOE Releases Request for Information/Sources Sought for SPRU Waste Processing, Shipping and Disposal
CINCINNATI, Ohio, July 24 -- The Department of Energy's Office of Environmental Management issued the following news release: The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today issued a Request for Information (RFI)/Sources Sought for SPRU Waste Processing, Shipping, and Disposal. The Office of Environmental Management (EM) is currently in the acquisition planning phase for a potential upcoming procurement to perform waste processing, shipping, and disposal services for waste currently located at the S  more

EPA Honors Teacher, Student Award Winners From Minnesota and Ohio
CHICAGO, Illinois, July 26 -- The Environmental Protection Agency issued the following news release: This week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the winners of the 2019 Presidential Environmental Youth Award (PEYA) and Presidential Innovation Award for Environmental Educators (PIAEE) at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. The winners included an 11-year old student from rural Ohio, a teacher from Eden Prairie, Minn., and a 4-H team from Minnesota's Big Stone County. From acr  more

Justice Department-Environment & Natural Resources Division: Ohio Business Owner Pleads Guilty to Asbestos-Related Offense
WASHINGTON, July 24 -- The U.S. Department of Justice's Environment and Natural Resources Division issued the following news release: John Riazzi of Dayton, Ohio, pleaded guilty in federal court today to a felony charge stemming from the illegal removal of asbestos-containing roofing material from a building located in downtown Dayton (known as the "Steam Plant"). According to court documents and statements made in court, in September 2015, Riazzi, the sole owner and operator of St. Peters Par  more

NRC Receives Event Notification Involving Professional Services Industries
WASHINGTON, July 24 -- The Nuclear Regulatory Commission issued the following event notification (No. 54164) involving Professional Services Industries, Dayton, Ohio: AGREEMENT STATE REPORT - DAMAGED TROXLER GAUGE DUE TO TRUCK FIRE The following report was received from the Ohio Bureau of Environmental Health and Radiation Protection via email: "The licensee [Professional Service Industries, Inc.] experienced a vehicle fire today (7/15/19) involving a Troxler 3430P gauge, S/N 70185, containin  more

Ohio U.S. Attorney: Brecksville Man Charged With Fraud Conspiracy for Stealing Products From Another Company, Relabeling, Selling to Health Care Providers
CLEVELAND, Ohio, July 23 -- The office of the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio issued the following news release: A Brecksville man was charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud after he and another man conspired to steal products from another company, relabel them and sell the product under false pretenses to various health care providers. Ryan H. Tennebar, 38, was the Director of Operations at Healthcare Essentials Inc. (HEI), an Ohio company that primarily distributed nega  more

Surface Transportation Board Issues Notice Involving Bucyrus Industrial Railroad
WASHINGTON, July 25 -- The U.S. Department of Transportation's Surface Transportation Board issued the following notice of exemption (Docket No. FD 36329) entitled "Bucyrus Industrial Railroad, LLC Operation Exemption Bucyrus Railcar Repair, LLC": Bucyrus Industrial Railroad, LLC (BIR), a noncarrier, has filed a verified notice of exemption under 49 C.F.R. Sec. 1150.31 to operate, pursuant to an agreement with Bucyrus Railcar Repair, LLC (BRR),/1 approximately 26,400 feet (5.0 miles) of track o  more

U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine Receives New Commander
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio, July 22 -- The U.S. Air Force issued the following news: By Gina Marie Giardina Col. Theresa Goodman assumed command of the United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine in a Change of Command ceremony July 19 in the atrium of the schoolhouse here. "The ceaseless efforts at USAFSAM to improve how we care for and protect our Airmen, and return them to fight faster and stronger is awe-inspiring," said Goodman. "Over the last 100 years, personnel hav  more

Wright-Patt's Third Quarter Base-Wide Exercise Begins Monday
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio, July 25 -- The U.S. Air Force (88th Air Base Wing) issued the following news: By Will Huntington The third quarter week-long, base-wide exercise begins July 29 and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base personnel will once again be called upon to respond to a variety of emergency scenarios. Included in the week's events is a search and recovery exercise and force protection condition changes. During the exercise, alert sirens could be sounded and may be audible  more

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Figures Large in First Trans-Pacific Flight to Hawaii
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio, July 23 -- The U.S. Air Force (88th Air Base Wing) issued the following news: By W. Eugene Barnett The Trans-Pacific flight had been regularly requested by 1st Lt. Lester J. Maitland of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of War for Air. On February 25, 1927 Maitland wrote a letter to 1st Lt. Albert F. Hegenberger, chief of the Instrument and Navigation Branch at McCook Field in Dayton Ohio. Maitland spoke to Hegenberger about being turned down every ti  more