Tag Archives: The Bridge

Highlights: The Bridge on October 29th – Discussion on Technology Advancement And Interview With Letitia (Tish) Long

On October 29th at 11 am on WJLA; and 6PM on News Channel 8 Jim McCarthy the host of The Bridge was joined by Dan Mindus, Managing Partner, NextGen Venture Partners and Seth Demsey, Co-Founder, 300 Qubits – for a discussion about the advance of technology, and the hopes and concerns accompanying …

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Highlights: The Bridge on October 22nd – Policy and Impact of Climate Change and Rising Seas

On October 22nd at 11 am on WJLA; and 6 pm on News Channel 8 Host of The Bridge Jim McCarthy spoke with Ann Phillips, Rear Admiral (Vice Commander), U.S. Navy (Ret.) and Dale Morris, Senior Economist, Embassy of the Netherlands about planning for and managing rising sea levels. Questioning…what steps …

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The Bridge on October 22th – Dealing with Rising Seas – Politics and Policy of Climate Change

On October 22nd at 11 am on WJLA; and 6PM on News Channel 8 Host of The Bridge Jim McCarthy – is joined by Ann Phillips, Rear Admiral (Vice Commander), U.S. Navy (Ret.) and Dale Morris, Senior Economist, Embassy of the Netherlands – for a discussion about planning for and …

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The Bridge on October 15th – Jim McCarthy Discusses Best Practices in Writing Proposals

On October 15th Jim McCarthy host of The Bridge sat down with Sara Freeman and Colleen McCarthy Huckabee, of AOC Key Solutions in a fast-paced question and answer, probing the best practices used during the proposal process. Jim McCarthy: [Fill in the blank segment} “The Number one reason proposals fail is ____” …

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The Bridge on October 15th – How to Write Proposals to Best Meet the Government’s Needs

On October 15th at 11 am on WJLA; and 6PM on News Channel 8 Host of The Bridge Jim McCarthy – sits with Sara Freeman and Colleen McCarthy Huckabee, colleagues of AOC Key Solutions in a fast-paced format soliciting best practices used during the proposal process. They’ll review the current …

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The Bridge – Highlights From How Proper Planning Can Lessen the Impact of a Crisis

As the nation is dealing with the devastation from hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria; Jim Mc Carthy the host of The Bridge  (televised on October 8th) spoke with Hart Brown (Firestorm) and Charles M. Vieau (HUB International Insurance Services) about how proper planning can lessen the impact of a crisis. Jim McCarthy:  “With …

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The Bridge – How Proper Planning Can Lessen the Impact of a Crisis

The aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria have left many displaced and without food, water, shelter, and electricity. With the CMS Ruling, that impacts Medicaid/Medicare funding taking effect November 15 of this year, there hasn’t been a more important time to discuss the potential gaps and pitfalls without crisis …

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The Bridge -The Impact of Uncertainty in the Federal Government and Government Contracting

As 2017 comes to a close, uncertainty has become a recurring theme in the government and its contracting counterparts. Whether from intra-party polarization, the ever-looming debt ceiling, obfuscation between Capitol Hill and the private sector, or the seemingly untethered gauge of normalcy in these mercurial times, all can attest to …

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Jim McCarthy, the Host of ‘The Bridge’ Discusses the Challenges Facing the Burgeoning UAS (Drones) Marketplace

With new developments in aerial technology growing faster than legislature can adapt, a disconnect has emerged. The applications of unmanned aerial systems (UAS or Drones) are vast and far-reaching, but where will the regulatory line be drawn between hobbyists and the military? The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently estimated that by …

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The Bridge on TV – September 17th Show Discusses With Noblis – Threats of Any Kind

Within the proverbial dust cloud of the global fray, adversaries of all kinds abound. Could an antagonistic government take down our power grid or cripple our infrastructure through cyber assault? Are agricultural vulnerabilities more of a threat than a pathogen epidemic? Should the possibility of chemical attack be more of …

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