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Engage with LMI thought leaders as they present timely insights, research and innovation, company news, culture stories, and perspectives on a variety of issues and topics.

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    Changes to Construction Permits for Projects near Bodies of Water

    If you have construction projects taking place near or in any bodies of water, you urgently need to evaluate your project plan. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced reauthorization of the Nationwide Permits (NWPs), which could impact construction projects in progress or soon to be underway.

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    Culture News

    Employee Spotlight: Karen LeDoux

    We sat down with Karen LeDoux, Vice President of Military Health & VA. Read on to hear about her experience with LMI.

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    Culture News

    Employee Spotlight: Meet Marshall Smith

    Leveraging his over 25 years of predictive analytics experience, Marshall’s focus includes developing innovative solutions for customers and offering his expertise to grow LMI’s predictive analytics capabilities. 

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    Government Property Management

    The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the importance of meticulous government property management. 

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    Company News

    NASA Selects SMD IDEA Program Team Members for Group Achievement Award

    NASA has recognized LMI’s Dr. Kim Barnette, Ruth Starr, Lakiesha Cooper, Ilana White, Tracy Urman, Tiffany Kelly, and Dr. Jade Singleton—all members of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate’s (SMD) Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility (IDEA) Program team—with the Group Achievement Award (GAA).

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    How Guided Conversations Can Help Leaders with Challenging Topics and Result in Positive Actions

    During difficult times, leaders must be front and center and address issues head-on to build organizational resilience. Staff members look to their leaders to show them how to navigate times of uncertainty and change. Being there for your staff members in challenging times is one of the most important things you can do to build team resilience and cohesiveness.

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    ‘Tis the Season of Lame Duck Appropriations

    It’s no surprise the federal government is operating under a continuing resolution (CR)—timely passage of appropriation bills has been a rarity for decades. The burning question is, what will happen when the current CR ends during this lame-duck congressional session?

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    Five Practices for Building Resilience: For You and Your Team

    In the article “What Resilience Means, and Why It Matters,” Andrea Ovans describes resiliency as “the ability to recover from setbacks, adapt well to change, and keep going in the face of adversity.” Resiliency is an essential component of dynamic leadership and critical for promoting a team’s well-being and performance and preventing burnout. The more challenging the environment, the more crucial it is—and our current work/life environment is more challenging than ever before.

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    Culture News

    Addressing Complex Problems

    During his 30-year tenure at LMI, Bruce Kaplan has used his expertise in defense logistics and research and development to help LMI and its clients succeed. With a strong commitment to innovation and exceeding customer expectations, Bruce has led efforts to modernize logistics through finding, developing, and pushing pioneering technologies. Learn about Bruce’s role as a logistics strategy and integration fellow and his plans to continue making a positive difference at LMI.

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