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Military Spouse Job Marketplace Instant Teams Makes Move to North Carolina

On the heels of a successful Series A $13 million fundraising round in March led by Tiger Global, tech startup Instant Teams has traded in its unofficial Hawaii headquarters for a piece of the North Carolina tech ecosystem.


Power Moves: Margaret Roth Falzon is now COO at Squadra Ventures

Margaret Roth Falzon has been promoted to chief operating officer of Baltimore venture capital firm Squadra Ventures. She was formally director of portfolio operations at the small but mighty early-stage fund and goes from managing a team of two to a team of seven.


State launches new website to connect remote workers

HONOLULU — The Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism (DBEDT) and the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR) announced the release of a new website that consolidates programs for residents seeking remote work opportunities and employers looking to hire Hawai‘i residents for remote work.


Hawaiʻi Remote Work Pilot Project Announced

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New website offers remote work opportunities for Hawaii residents

HONOLULU (KHON2) — A new website consolidates programs for Hawaii residents seeking remote work opportunities and employers looking to hire. Those seeking remote work will find direct links to partners of the Hawai‘i Remote Work Pilot Project and the local American Job Center (AJC) all in once place.


GovCon Vet Larry Prior to Join QinetiQ Board as Independent Director

Larry Prior, an operating executive for The Carlyle Group (Nasdaq: CG) and a five-time Wash100 Award recipient, will formally join the board of QinetiQ Group on Aug. 2 as an independent non-executive director.

Sicura Announces Seed Raise

Sicura Announces Seed Raise

Sicura, a new Baltimore-based cybersecurity software platform providing enterprise-grade, code-level security and compliance automation on top of an open source core, announced today a seed round of financing led by Squadra Ventures.

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The abandoned equipment in Afghanistan reveal the secrets of American superiority?

China is likely to be the ultimate winner in the two-decade war in Afghanistan, especially on the one hand Aircraft and armored vehicles Which is left to the withdrawal of US forces and which will give China through its ardent partners (the Taliban) a window into how the US military …

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