Friday Features

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This week, Pat Schambach, vice president and general manager of homeland security at CSC, spoke about his transition from public sector into private sector.

Richard Kay, chairman of Sentrillion, discussed Fight Night, a fundraising event for children that draws 2,000 of Washington’s most prominent leaders in business, politics, sports, and the media for a night of camaraderie and charity.

Melissa Hathaway shared with TheNewNewInternet about how America has too many ineffective private-public partnerships.

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