Homeland Security sounds like a DC Comic book. But it's an industry that, because of (and here's these two words again) stimulus money, is filled with business opportunities.
He and the company Chief Servicing Officer, Scott Hiipakka, both said the recent federal stimulus bill signed in February had little if any allocation for homeland security. But several public projects such as buildings and infrastructure to be funded out of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act may need subsequent security and emergency preparedness services.
"There's a definite increase in participation in the consortium," Potter also said. "At each event we attend like this, I’d guarantee at least five or six people will make connection with us afterward about learning more."
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