Inflation risk dents 15-year factory high

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New prospect research tool covers $600m in Australian donations

first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Prospect researchers can now explore data on 60,000 donations worth AUS$600m to Australian charities. The Giftsearch database has been developed by Australian prospect research agency FR&C and UK and Europe based Factary.The database consists of public domain information on donors to Australian nonprofits. It includes the names of trustees and patrons of leading Australian nonprofits.It can be searched by geographic area, name, organisation and type of donor (company, foundation, person). The data includes a link to the source for every record.The database is hosted by Factary, using the software we developed for Factary Phi, the UK online database on donors and philanthropy. Like Factary Phi, Giftsearch is a subscription service. The database is updated regularly with newly researched public domain data. About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of Researching massive growth in giving.  28 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: International Prospect research New prospect research tool covers $600m in Australian donations Howard Lake | 1 February 2012 | Newslast_img read more

Mapping the Digital Divide in Rural America

first_imgHome Indiana Agriculture News Mapping the Digital Divide in Rural America Previous articleGrowth Energy Campaign Asking Trump to Listen to Rural AmericaNext articleThe Agri Financial Money Minute: Making Those Tough Decisions Gary Truitt Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter  Mapping the Digital Divide in Rural AmericaIn general, rural America suffers from a lack of broadband access. However, not all areas do. Finding out who is on-line and who is not is the goal of a new mapping project being proposed by WashingtonEveryone in agriculture agrees rural America needs better broadband access. “It touches agriculture in a big way because we use so many technologies that are available to us — being able to collect the data, and being able to move forward and being more productive. We’re able to not just be productive, but we can better protect our environment,” says American Farm Bureau President Zippy Duvall.Finding out who has what level of service is not an easy task. A bill in Congress would establish a mapping program to generate a picture of what areas have access and which do not. Duvall says this will help direct resources to the right areas. “It’s important to do that because they use that data to be able to take the money back to the areas that need to boost broadband,” he stated. “We need a really good picture of what the availability is so that they know how to send those monies.”While farmers and rural areas need broadband access now, the process of making that happen continues to be frustratingly show. SHARE By Gary Truitt – Jul 23, 2019 Mapping the Digital Divide in Rural America SHARElast_img read more

Pandemic Likely to Increase Farm Bankruptcies

first_imgFollowing years of depressed prices and trade concerns, the number of farm bankruptcies is rising. Farm bankruptcies were rising before the coronavirus pandemic, and more challenges are ahead. American Farm Bureau Federation Economist John Newton says the trend is concerning. “What we’ve seen is over the last 12 months ending March 2020 is Chapter 12 bankruptcies in the United States totaled 627 filings, that was up 23 percent. While it’s well below the levels we saw in the 80’s, it’s still the third-highest that we’ve seen in the last 20 years, so it’s a concerning trend.”Newton says those bankruptcies occurred prior to the coronavirus pandemic, which has resulted in steep declines in commodity prices.“We did see the administration roll out the Coronavirus Food Assistance Package with $16 billion in support to agriculture. But that’s just an initial down payment. Farmers are going to face struggles with high unemployment, loss of off-farm income, and with farm debt at a record $425 billion, that could increase farm loan delinquencies.”Newton says farmers will need additional relief.“Farmers have an opportunity to go in and enroll for the CFAP funding after Memorial Day, that’s going to provide an immediate financial boost to some farmers across the country. We know that the Secretary has $14 billion in additional funding available later this summer. And, then I think as Senators start to work on the next assistance package, thinking about the needs of agriculture, to help us bridge the gap and avoid more farm bankruptcies in the future.” Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Pandemic Likely to Increase Farm Bankruptcies Facebook Twitter SHAREcenter_img By American Farm Bureau Federation – May 19, 2020 Pandemic Likely to Increase Farm Bankruptcies SHARE Previous articleUSDA Announces Details of Direct Assistance to Farmers through the Coronavirus Food Assistance ProgramNext articleReynolds Farm Equipment Names Equipment Sales Veteran Chief Executive Officer American Farm Bureau Federationlast_img read more

Harassment of pro-government journalists growing in Syria

first_imgNews SyriaMiddle East – North Africa Condemning abusesReports and statisticsProtecting journalists DisappearancesImprisoned Other journalists have also expressed their frustration on Facebook although, as in the preceding cases, they quickly removed their posts for fear of reprisals. The well-known former host of a state TV channel programme about corruption (who also prefers not to be  identified although he now lives in self-imposed exile) said he left Syria because it was no longer possible to cover corruption properly. SyriaMiddle East – North Africa Condemning abusesReports and statisticsProtecting journalists DisappearancesImprisoned No one knows for sure where Al-Tair is or why he is being held. Some sources say he made the mistake of posting a poll about the fuel crisis in Syria. The Syrian writer and researcher Hossam Jazmati has offered another explanation on his Facebook page. He claims to know from “reliable sources” that Al-Tair was selling photos to foreign media, which constitutes an act of treason because only media that have the government’s approval are allowed to do this. News In reality, control of online publications has been stepped up since the government’s adoption of a law in March 2018 creating a special court for “information and communication crimes.” These journalists include Rida Albasha, a reporter for Al-Mayadeen, a Lebanese TV channel whose coverage usually favours the Syrian and Iranian governments. Albasha was one of Syria’s most ubiquitous war reporters and was very influential on social networks. He accompanied the government forces in many of their battles until he started to talk openly about corruption in Assad controlled areas, above all in Aleppo, in videos broadcast live on Facebooks. He was expelled from Syria in April. Syria is ranked 174th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2019 World Press Freedom Index. Illusion of freedom The only thing that we know for sure is that he has joined an already long list. RSF has learned that, in the past 12 months, at least 13 reputedly pro-government Syrian journalists have been charged or threatened by the intelligence services in connection with what they reported. The most common charges are “undermining the nation’s morale” and “harming the prestige of the state.” Tougher legislation News In theory, the Syrian constitution (adopted in 2012 after the first protests) guarantees press freedom and the “right of access to information about public affairs,” and prohibits “arrests, interrogations and investigations of journalists.” The government often reiterates this and claims that the media enjoy a great deal of freedom. Information minister Imad Sara recently even claimed in a communiqué that “red lines” would no longer be imposed on the media. The price of fuel is another subject that is off limits for the press in Syria. Mohamad Harsho, the editor of the Hashtag Syria website, was arrested on 10 April after posting an article about a government plan to increase the price of gasoline. He was released after intelligence officials got the site to remove the story and issue a formal apology instead. His punishment was less severe than that of Raeif Salameh, a journalist with the Baath Party’s media unit, who was jailed from April to May for allegedly running a Facebook page critical of the health ministry. And Hashtag Syria correspondent Amer Drau was held for four months in 2018, from August to November, after being arrested for “publishing false news.” A pro-government stance does not suffice to protect media personnel from arrest. Several Syrian media outlets have reported that Rabea Kalawandy, a journalist who works for the Iranian pro-government TV channel Al-Alam, was arrested in Aleppo on 8 July. His family have no idea why he is being held. He did not publish anything on his official Facebook page the following day and started sharing contents again the day after with no explanation. July 15, 2019 – Updated on July 16, 2019 Harassment of pro-government journalists growing in Syria Al-Tair’s family, who live in Jableh (25 km south of the port city of Latakia), talked about his arrest in a video posted on Facebook shortly afterwards. His brother says in the video that the intelligence services arrested Al-Tair when he began taking an interest in corruption. In tears, his mother describes going to Damascus and spending ten days there seeking information about his fate, without success. According to unconfirmed reports, he died under torture. RSF_en Wave of Kurdish arrests of Syrian journalists Follow the news on Syria Receive email alerts Until now, these journalists were privileged. The intelligence had chosen them and had allowed them to access combat zones and population resettlements so that they could play a key role in providing media coverage from the official viewpoint. This gave them a large audience. The director of NGO Syria Justice and Accountability Centre director Mohammad Al-Abdullah told the independent media outlet Enab Baladi that they sometimes used their fame and their familiarity with key figures to raise matters linked to such issues as poor living standards and corruption, but the reaction from the authorities and the security services served to remind them that the limits on criticism had not changed. “The power of fear in journalists” Shortly after being expelled, Albasha posted this question on Facebook: “Why did you promulgate a media law if you apply to journalists the laws that are used to prosecute murderers, drug traffickers and thieves?” His post was later removed but it was for the same reason that a newspaper editor who does not want to be named reached a joint decision with the newspaper’s owner to stop publishing. In an editorial that was online briefly in mid-May before being taken down, he referred to “the power of fear in journalists” during what is one of the toughest periods in the Syrian media’s history. February 3, 2021 Find out more March 8, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information News Toll of ten years of civil war on journalists in Syria The pro-government journalist who was arrested last week in Aleppo is the latest in a steadily growing list of journalists to fall victim to the Assad regime, a list that includes those who are supposedly its supporters. Organisation The most emblematic case is that of Wissam Al-Tair, the editor of Damascus Now, the most influential pro-government media outlet on Facebook, with more than 2.7 million followers. There was widespread surprise when he was arrested on 15 December 2018 and his Facebook page stopped functioning for several days. Sonel Ali, a Sham FM journalist who was arrested in the same raid, in which equipment was seized, was quickly freed. But not Al-Tair. March 12, 2021 Find out more to go further Damascus TV presenter arrested under cyber-crime law The unknown fate of Damascus Now’s editorlast_img read more

Mother’s Day

first_imgNewsMother’s DayBy admin – March 3, 2011 628 Email Previous articleYour GDANext articleThomond archaelogical society meeting admin WhatsApp Print Facebookcenter_img Linkedin Advertisement Surprise your Mum this Mother’s Day with a breakfast to remember: Eggs Benedict with Parma Ham. Simply whisk egg yolks, lemon juice and vinegar together to make a thick and creamy Hollandaise sauce. Lightly toast slices of Italian ciabatta, drizzle with olive oil and rub with fresh basil. Poach the eggs for two minutes and place each on top of the grilled ciabatta. Spoon over plenty of Hollandaise sauce and finish with slices of Parma Ham. It’s eggstremely delicious!Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Parma Ham is a completely natural food with nothing added except salt. Making a Parma Ham is a long and painstaking process. The curing is controlled carefully so that the ham absorbs only enough salt to preserve it to retain its distinctive sweet flavour.Prosciutto di Parma is produced in the hills surrounding the Italian town of Parma. The air in the Parmesan hills is unique, dry and sweet-smelling with breezes from the Apennine mountains, creating perfect environmental conditions for a natural “drying” of the hams.Italian Style Eggs Benedict with Parma HamWHAT YOU NEED2 thick slices of ciabatta bread1-2 tbsp olive oil4 basil leaves4 slices Parma Ham2 eggssalt and black pepperHollandaise sauce:3 egg yolks1 tbsp lemon juice1 tbsp white wine vinegar1 bay leaf150g butter, meltedpinch of nutmegWHAT TO DO Lightly toast the ciabattas on both sides, drizzle with olive oil and rub basil leaves into the bread. Lay a slice of Parma Ham on top of each and then grill for 1-2 minutes. Keep warmTo make the hollandaise sauce, whisk the egg yolks until creamy. Place the lemon juice and vinegar in a small sauce pan along with the bay leaf and bring to the boil. Remove from the heat and pour slowly into the egg yolks in a steady stream, whisking continuouslyPour the melted butter into the egg mixture in the same way, whisking continuously until the sauce has thickenedAdd a pinch of nutmeg and season to taste. Keep warm and stir at regular intervals to prevent a skin from formingTo poach the eggs, bring a large saucepan with 10cm water to the boil. Crack each egg into a small bowl and then tip carefully into the boiling water. Poach for two minutes and then carefully lift out of the water. DrainTo serve, place a poached egg on top of each slice of ciabatta, spoon over plenty Hollandaise sauce and arrange another slice of Parma Ham on top of each servingTop tip – Poach two eggs per serving if you are feeling especially hungry. The nutmeg can be omitted if you prefer. Twitterlast_img read more

Montgomery: Outgoing Cabinet Members, Political Appointees Deserve ‘Gratitude’

first_img Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago About Author: Christina Hughes Babb Previous: GSE-Treasury Agreement Revisions and Implications Next: Housing Market Momentum to Carry Into 2021 Montgomery: Outgoing Cabinet Members, Political Appointees Deserve ‘Gratitude’ in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News 2021-01-25 Christina Hughes Babb Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago January 25, 2021 666 Views Related Articles Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Montgomery: Outgoing Cabinet Members, Political Appointees Deserve ‘Gratitude’ Share Save Sign up for DS News Daily Christina Hughes Babb is a reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Southern Methodist University, she has been a reporter, editor, and publisher in the Dallas area for more than 15 years. During her 10 years at Advocate Media and Dallas Magazine, she published thousands of articles covering local politics, real estate, development, crime, the arts, entertainment, and human interest, among other topics. She has won two national Mayborn School of Journalism Ten Spurs awards for nonfiction, and has penned pieces for Texas Monthly,, Dallas Observer, Edible, and the Dallas Morning News, among others. Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago  Print This Post Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Political appointees who have driven important policy and program changes during the past months should be counted among the Americans—including front-line workers, first responders, military personnel, and others—who have worked tirelessly and put themselves at risk for the benefit of others during a national health crisis.They too deserve recognition, says outgoing Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Brian Montgomery via an op-ed in Government Executive magazine, which he penned just prior to exiting his post on January 20.”As our government has responded to the crisis, a smaller subset of people have worked tirelessly behind the scenes … A number of these individuals will soon lose their jobs with the change in presidential administrations, and I believe it fitting and proper they receive some recognition,” Montgomery wrote. “I’m speaking of my fellow Cabinet and independent agency political appointees who worked alongside tens of thousands of talented and dedicated career staff who similarly deserve our gratitude.”Montgomery acknowledges partisan struggles that might have made their jobs even more difficult.”Some have been ridiculed and even threatened for simply being appointed by President Trump. Yet through it all remained on the job—steadfast and resolute in their duty–most working every day from their headquarters or field offices, not remotely or from home, and all dedicated to making our government of, by, and for the people function, for all the right reasons,” he noted.The Health and Human Services Department, for example, worked overtime to push out $178 billion in CARES Act Provider Relief Funds to hospitals and other health care providers on the front lines of the COVID-19 effort, he pointed out.The Small Business Administration and Treasury staffers worked to deploy the Paycheck Protection Program and are working overtime to deploy round two.HUD, he notes, worked countless days to help the more than 1 million Federal Housing Administration households who requested mortgage forbearance or needed a foreclosure moratorium to remain in their homes. More HUD personnel helped to ensure property owners and HUD-subsidized households had needed funding and information … still others helped deliver $9 billion in grants to suffering cities, states, and tribal nations.”Examples of their professionalism and hard work abound and resist any partisan label,” Montgomery noted.He goes on to address incoming political appointees at various domestic-policy agencies.”You will soon have time to dig in, work with dedicated career professionals, and begin to address many of the same issues we have been facing for months. You will have an opportunity to examine first-hand why the previous team did what they did,” he wrote. “I am hopeful that when you do, you will understand the magnitude of the effort put forth, of the workload that grew exponentially during the pandemic, and of the tools employed to do our duty effectively and efficiently.”He calls on members of both the outgoing and incoming administrations to “recognize and appreciate what it means to serve the public, regardless of party affiliation.””While our policy differences remain,” he concluded, “I wish our new team of public servants the best and hope we can tip our hats to those who are on the way out.” The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Subscribelast_img read more

Scoreboard roundup — 4/11/18

first_imgApril 12, 2018 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 4/11/18 Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from yesterday’s sports events:    INTERLEAGUE Final  Oakland  16  L-A Dodgers   6    AMERICAN LEAGUE Final  Minnesota       9  Houston       8 Final  Chi White Sox   2  Tampa Bay     1 Final  Seattle         4  Kansas City   2 Final  Cleveland       5  Detroit       1 Final  Baltimore       5  Toronto       3 Final  N-Y Yankees    10  Boston        7 Final  L-A Angels      7  Texas         2    NATIONAL LEAGUE Final  Atlanta        5  Washington      3, 12 Innings Final  Milwaukee      3  St. Louis       2 Final  Colorado       6  San Diego       4 Final  Arizona        7  San Francisco   3 Final  Philadelphia   4  Cincinnati      3, 12 Innings Final  N-Y Mets       4  Miami           1 Final  Chi Cubs      13  Pittsburgh      5     NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION PLAYOFFS Final OT  Minnesota      112  Denver         106 Final  Detroit        119  Chicago         87 Final  N-Y Knicks     110  Cleveland       98 Final OT  Miami          116  Toronto        109 Final  Philadelphia   130  Milwaukee       95 Final  New Orleans    122  San Antonio     98 Final  Oklahoma City  137  Memphis        123 Final  Orlando        101  Washington      92 Final  Boston         110  Brooklyn        97 Final  Sacramento      96  Houston         83 Final  L.A. Lakers    115  L.A. Clippers  100 Final  Portland       102  Utah            93    NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE PLAYOFFS Final  Pittsburgh   7  Philadelphia   0 Final  Winnipeg     3  Minnesota      2 Final  Vegas        1  L.A. Kings     0Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.center_img Beau Lundlast_img read more

Big changes revealed at two leading national conveyancing firms

first_imgHome » News » Big changes revealed at two leading national conveyancing firms previous nextRegulation & LawBig changes revealed at two leading national conveyancing firmsBoth Shoosmiths and Taylor Rose have announced changes to their senior teams and businesses.Nigel Lewis8th February 202103,461 Views Two of the UK’s largest conveyancing firms have announced significant changes to their structure and senior teams.Shoosmiths, one of the largest players in the market processing some 10,000 sales a year, has promoted partner Suman Dally who takes over from David Parton as Head of Conveyancing from 1st May 2021.Parton is credited with growing the Shoosmiths conveyancing business including, in 2011, when it became the largest law firm accredited with the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme. He is to remain with the business as its Divisional Head.Dally (pictured) has been at Shoosmiths for 21 years prior to getting the to job.“I am thrilled to be assuming the position of Head of Conveyancing at Shoosmiths. David has done a brilliant job of making Shoosmiths’ conveyancing department the success that it is today,” she says.The other big changes are at leading firm McMillan Williams (MW) which was bought by Taylor Rose in May last year.Following the acquisition, both firms are to united under a single brand, Taylor Rose MW, although the new graphic for the renamed operation makes it clear MW is the junior partner.“I believe we are positioning ourselves on the edge of a market that is undergoing major structural change,” says its CEO Adrian Jaggard (pictured).“As a modern and commercially focussed firm we are committed to a strategy of mergers, acquisitions and partnering with consultants to accelerate growth.The pace of growth has been demanding at times, but it is market leading.”Taylor Rose MW solicitors Shoosmiths conveyancing February 8, 2021Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

USA: Secretary of Navy Names 2012 Outstanding Food Service Ney Award Winners

first_img View post tag: Outstanding Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced the 2012 winners of the Navy Captain Edward F. Ney Memorial Awards for outstanding food service Feb. 3.“My personal congratulations to all the outstanding food service teams,” Mabus wrote in an ALNAV message.Captain Edward F. Ney Afloat results, representing the Navy’s undersea enterprise, surface warfare enterprise, and naval aviation enterprise include:Submarine CategoryFirst Place: USS Michigan (Gold) (SSGN 727)Runner Up: USS New Hampshire (SSN 778)Honorable Mention: USS Newport News (SSN 750)Small Afloat CategoryFirst Place: USS Rentz (FFG 46)Runner Up: USS Carr (FFG 52)Medium Afloat CategoryFirst Place: USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62)Runner Up: USS Port Royal (CG 73)Honorable Mention: USS The Sullivans (DDG 68)Large Afloat CategoryFirst Place: USS Makin Island (LHD 8)Runner Up: USS Bataan (LHD 5)Aircraft Carrier CategoryFirst Place: USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72)Runner Up: USS Enterprise (CVN 65)Captain Edward F. Ney Ashore General Mess Results, representing Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) include:CONUS General Mess CategoryFirst Place: Naval Base Coronado, Coronado, CaliforniaRunner Up: Naval Base Kitsap, Bangor, WashingtonOCONUS General Mess CategoryFirst Place: Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Yokosuka, JapanRunner-Up: Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, CubaThese annual awards, co-sponsored by the International Food Service Executives Association (IFSEA), encourage excellence in Navy Food Service programs with the objective of improving the quality of life for Navy personnel.First place winners and runners-up will be recognized during the IFSEA conference Saturday, March 31, in San Diego, Calif. Awards will be presented during the Joint Military and IFSEA Excellence in Food Service Awards ceremony Saturday evening.“I commend the Navy Undersea Enterprise, Surface Warfare Enterprise, Naval Aviation Enterprise, CNIC, and Individual commands for their hard work and commitment to excellence,” Mabus said.“Nothing impacts Sailors on a day-to-day basis more than the food Culinary Specialists (CSs) prepare for them. These top-quality meals contribute directly to Sailor quality of life and morale of the ship,” said Cmdr. Danny King, Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Director, Navy Food Service. “These awards represent the best of the best and I am proud to be leading our food service professionals now as we incorporate more scratch cooking into our menus, increase training, and ensure appropriate manning levels.”“Our goals make certain culinary specialists stay proficient in their training, guaranteeing Sailors receive nourishing, high-quality food prepared fresh every day by CSs who take seriously their impact on Sailors’ health, morale, and fleet readiness,” King said. “Today’s CSs have greater culinary instruction than ever before–with even more advanced training on the way. Sailors, both afloat and ashore, can look forward to even healthier and better-tasting meals in the near future.”The Navy’s more than 7,300 culinary specialists (CS), deployed around the globe feed on average more than 92.5 million wholesome and nutritious meals per year, ensuring the Navy’s fighting forces operate at peak performance and are ready to respond to threats worldwide.“Congratulations and my very best wishes to the 2012 Captain Edward F. Ney Memorial Award winners, runner-ups, and honorable mention commands,” said Roxanne Hauman, Ney program manager. “They have worked very hard during the 2012 Ney competition and deserve the recognition of the most prestigious food service award in the Navy. The Ney Award is a quality of life program, as it affects the health, morale, and retention of all Navy Sailors. The annual Ney food service awards foster excellence in food service across the Navy enterprise while improving the quality of life for our Navy personnel. Thanks to all the 2012 Ney finalists who participated in this year’s Ney Program. They all did a wonderful job and are to be commended.”The Navy awards are named in honor of Captain Edward F. Ney, Supply Corps, U.S. Navy, head of the subsistence division of the Bureau of Supplies and Account from 1940-1945.NAVSUP’s primary mission is to provide U.S. naval forces with quality supplies and services. With headquarters in Mechanicsburg, Pa., and employing a diverse, worldwide workforce of more than 22,500 military and civilian personnel, NAVSUP oversees logistics programs in the areas of supply operations, conventional ordnance, contracting, resale, fuel, transportation, and security assistance. In addition, NAVSUP is responsible for quality of life issues for our naval forces, including food service, postal services, Navy Exchanges, and movement of household goods.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , February 07, 2012; Image: navy View post tag: award Training & Education February 7, 2012 Share this article USA: Secretary of Navy Names 2012 Outstanding Food Service Ney Award Winners View post tag: names View post tag: usa View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval View post tag: News by topic View post tag: 2012 View post tag: Secretary View post tag: Ney View post tag: Service Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: Secretary of Navy Names 2012 Outstanding Food Service Ney Award Winners View post tag: Winners View post tag: Foodlast_img read more