30) The FSS
committee decided to send Frederick Keel to the meeting as their representative.
units can reduce the Army's logistics footprint greatly by eliminating the need for refilling and recharging stations.
But perhaps the biggest fear is what will happen to the FSS
archives of evidence from more than 1.
The Government-owned FSS
, has announced the Northumbria force was one of four pilot areas chosen to use the breakthrough development called DNAboost
4 which specifically provides that FAR part 19 (Small Business Programs) does not generally apply to orders placed against FSS
Similarly, in 1999, when attempts were made to extend the FSS
pricing schedule to the Medicare population we estimated that extending discounted government prices for pharmaceuticals to the Medicare population would increase the VA's annual pharmaceutical costs by $500-600 million.
government-wide assistance contracts that are currently in FTS will be combined into FSS
contract development centers.
Now the FSS
has offered to help identify the remains of Britons, using the latest DNA techniques.
, an advanced sensor within the dryer detects high heat or fire conditions, which then activates a water jet to extinguish the flames.
But Prospect - the main union at FSS
said the announcement came as a "bolt out of the blue" for the forensic scientists they represented now left pondering their futures and that the decision would "make a mockery of the criminal justice system".
Northumbria police, which pioneered Operation Phoenix the successful cold case sex crimes inquiry working with the FSS
, is now one of four pilot force areas for DNAboost.
Winding up the 1,650-strong FSS
, which makes an operating loss of pounds 2m per month and is likely to run out of money by January, shows cost "will now determine justice in the UK", the Prospect union said.