Check out the January-February Issue of TME!

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The first TME issue of 2015 dives right into an issue that may be changing the way government agencies and private industry think about funding military and federal infrastructure, facility and energy needs: public-private partnerships. • A ranging interview with Joe Calcara, SES, Director of Programs for USACE South Pacific Division (and formerly Deputy Assistant Secretary […]

San Antonio Post Stays Busy

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The San Antonio Post, is one of the two largest Posts in SAME (along with the DC Post) and has been very active in supporting the Society’s Strategic Plan, so much so that it was named Top Large Post in SAME in both 2012 and 2013! This fall, the San Antonio Post’s activities included hosting the Texas […]

2014 TME Year in Review

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This holiday season, SAME invites you to unwrap that new tablet you got and check out the inaugural TME Year in Review,  featuring some of the top articles and interviews that appeared in the pages of TME during 2014.  The TME Year in Review aims to bring increased attention to a number of timely topics that the magazine covered: from alternative […]

Highlights of the 2014 SBC!

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More than 1,800 attendees and over 220 exhibiting companies descended upon Kansas City, Mo., for the 2014 SAME Small Business Conference for Federal Engineering, Construction & Environmental Programs. From education and training sessions tailored specifically for small businesses, to matched networking sessions, contracting briefings from more than a dozen federal agencies, evening receptions, awards presentations […]

A Big Year for the Little Post That Could

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Someone once said “You can’t just stand there if you want something to fly.  You have to run!”   In that spirit, the SAME Blue Ridge Post ran to great heights in 2014 through building relationships, encouraging scholarship contributions, and supporting our military community. Back to School. The Blue Ridge Post’s Luncheon Series featured speakers […]

Fort Leonard Wood Post Builds Engagement through Recognition

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Sometimes just the simple concept of recognizing accomplishments and providing inclusion in a fraternity of other like-minded good citizens is enough to get people engaged in STEM and pay it forward for the next generation. For the SAME Fort Leonard Wood Post, it hasn’t been so much a dedicated program of STEM activities that has […]

Emerald Coast Post Encourages STEM Interest

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One night at my son’s soccer practice, I heard some little girls (my daughter being one of them), look up at the sky and point out a large “star.”  Knowing that it was the planet Venus, I pointed out they were actually looking at a planet rising.  The look in their little eyes told me […]