Well, the Presidential election is now just hours away from taking place and from what I gather, each side is both worried and hopeful for the outcome. I have already voted, and my vote went to the Republican side. I just think that it’s time for a change in Washington. Obama is a good man, but his performance has disappointed me. Romney seems to be a very capable man, and I think he will be our best hope for balancing the budget and reducing our national debt. We will see.

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I thought I would pass along an article I recently read titled “Three Lessons of Ownership,” which explores how SAIC created its own private Silicon Valley. The article was written by Tamara Carleton, a FED Fellow and PhD from Stanford, and published in the November-December 2012 NCEO Employee Ownership Report. The article can be viewed online for the next two months.

– Bob

1 Response to “Presidential Election and an Article on SAIC”

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    Unfortunately we were in the wrong states and the best man didn’t win. We’ll find out if the Mayans were right but I really see the cliff coming fast. It’s no surprise as this will be 0 for 4 with this elected official and we’ll see four more like it as well.

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