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.

* * *

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

Bookmark to:
Add 'Presidential Election and an Article on SAIC' to Del.icio.us Add 'Presidential Election and an Article on SAIC' to digg Add 'Presidential Election and an Article on SAIC' to FURL Add 'Presidential Election and an Article on SAIC' to blinklist Add 'Presidential Election and an Article on SAIC' to My-Tuts Add 'Presidential Election and an Article on SAIC' to reddit Add 'Presidential Election and an Article on SAIC' to Feed Me Links! Add 'Presidential Election and an Article on SAIC' to Technorati Add 'Presidential Election and an Article on SAIC' to Socializer 


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

  1. 1 RepUp

    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.

Leave a Reply





Add to Google Homepage or Google Feed Reader
What is RSS?
Receive email alerts

April 2014
M T W T F S S
« Mar    
 123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
282930  


Recent Posts


Recent Comments

  • Damian: I doubt it’s profits. SAIC/Leidos contracts have increased steadily for the past 3 years.
  • Dr. Beyster: Jason: Congratulations on your new job with Leidos. There are many good people there, and I am sure you...
  • Dr. Beyster: Al: Thanks for your suggestion. — Bob
  • Dr. Beyster: Thomas: Thank you for the photo of the SAIC Employee Forum, or the TEC as we used to call it. I agree...
  • Jason Strebe: Bob, I am looking forward to the new content. I read the first edition prior to accepting my new job at...