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GovCon Wire Exclusive: INDUS’ Shiv Krishnan Discusses Robert Harding Nomination

INDUS Chairman and CEO Shiv Krishnan shared his thoughts on the Robert Harding TSA nomination with GovCon Wire, telling us he feels Obama has picked a qualified professional for the position.

“General Harding is not only a great military leader, but also a successful business leader within our community.  As a leader within the Intelligence community, he served our country well by helping protect our national security interests.  With our airports and air travel fraught with security threats, Bob is the right choice from President Obama to bring about much needed leadership to the Transportation Safety Administration.

“(Harding) will bring his insight from the intelligence community and his experience as a business leader to implement the changes necessary to improve security within our airports and air travel.  I know that I speak for the Washington business community when I say that we all are at the ready to help Bob in any way possible to make his tenure at TSA a very successful one.”

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