Sunday, November 16, 2008

Shipyard Workers Demand Investigation Into Navy Contract

Look what the webbots brought back last night and today:

Review of Navy contract award sought Nov. 16, 2008 Portland Press Herald - Maine
"...Keenan said there is concern that the Navy's latest decision 'will create more layoffs and there is fear that cost, quality, craftsmanship...not taken into consideration when contracts are awarded. I, like the 3,000 other shipbuilders, just want peace of mind that it was a fair competition with bids reflecting what it truly costs to build and deliver the final product (Joint High Speed Vessel) to the Navy,' he wrote."

Shipyard Workers Demand Investigation Into Navy Contract Nov. 15, 2008 WMTW ABC TV - Bath, Maine
"The...president of the largest union at Bath Iron Works wants Maine's congressional delegation to look into the award of a 10-ship contract to an Alabama shipyard..."

Investigation of Navy shipbuilding contract sought Nov. 15, 2008 Bangor Daily News - Bangor, Maine

Aloha, Brad

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