January 13, 2010 |
Three former employees of a troubled nonprofit agency that was awarded more than $1 million in District AIDS funding say their boss routinely doctored pay stubs and other records to draw money from city government. They said they discovered the inconsistencies during a turbulent stint last year at Hill's Community Residential Support Services, which had been collecting city money to house women with HIV since 2004. The former employees also said the program lacked staff, food, therapy and support services, forcing ailing...
December 21, 2009
Position : Chief operating officer, Apptis Inc., a provider of information technology based in Chantilly. Career Highlights : Vice president, SETA Corp.; corporate vice president and division manager, SAIC; program director, Booz Allen Hamilton. Age: 62 Education : BS, Business Administration, University of Nebraska at Omaha; MS, Public Administration, Shippensburg University; Master of Strategic Studies, U.S. Army War College. Personal : Lives in Fairfax with wife of 42 years,...
May 11, 2011 |
The chief of the Peace Corps appeared on Capitol Hill on Wednesday to express regret for the agency's failure to respond with compassion to a series of rapes of young volunteers and the recent slaying of another while they served overseas. Director Aaron S. Williams told angry lawmakers on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs he was "amazed and shocked" when he learned of the crimes, which he said gave him "great anguish. " He acknowledged that the Peace Corps has not been "sufficiently...
October 28, 2011
Bernard J. Krask, 88, a research scientist at Fort Detrick who later became a program director at the National Institutes of Health, died Oct. 1 at his home in Frederick. His daughter Karen Krask said he had cardiovascular disease. Dr. Krask came to Fort Detrick near Frederick as a scientist in 1957. He later served as assistant director of biological laboratories. In 1971, Dr. Krask joined the NIH's National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, where he was a program director coordinating research on arteriosclerosis at medical...
June 21, 2008
Your June 16 Metro article "Gaithersburg School Tailors Teaching to Help Students Cope With Disorder" was great, but staff writer Daniel De Vise, while mentioning programs in Montgomery and Anne Arundel counties for children with Asperger syndrome, didn't list any in Virginia. I live in Prince William County, where the public schools have had an Asperger's program for many years. My son has been involved for the past four years, starting in middle school, and he has blossomed. The special education teacher tells every teacher whose class includes an...
February 7, 2008
The Maryland Occupational Safety and Health agency has awarded Coakley and Williams, the construction company in charge of renovating the historic Duvall Wing of the Prince George's County courthouse in Upper Marlboro, the Cooperative Compliance Partnership Award. The award, which has been presented to 40 construction sites in its 10-year history, acknowledges employers whose safety and health programs and work methods are above industry standards. The companies sign an agreement with the state to meet rigorous safety requirements.