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DoD increasingly searches out COTS-based solutions using mature, proven technology to meet the needs of end users, thus reducing the need for avionics RDT&E," notes Plucker
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Current law requires peace officers to withdraw their retirement benefits and lose years accrued toward retirement if they resign before they are vested and do not return to public service within six months, Cober Plucker
, an aide to the Lancaster Republican, said Thursday.
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Performance-based logistics contract management has become more mature in recent years, said Wayne Plucker
, an aircraft and engine maintenance, repair and overhaul expert at the Frost & Sullivan consulting group.