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Oklahoma veteran homelessness, suicide rates were on the rise before pandemic

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Troubling new data shows that the number of veterans experiencing homelessness or committing suicide was on the rise in Oklahoma before 2020. According to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, homelessness rose 16.1% from 2019 to 2020. Data from the Oklahoma Department of Veteran’s Affair’s 2018 report shows that suicides …

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Senate Hearing On Capitol Riot Underscores Value Of Intelligence In Preventing And Managing Crisis Situations

If you think an intelligence failure can’t lead to a crisis, then think again. As reported yesterday by the Washington Post, “Top officials responsible for security at the Capitol on Jan. 6 as it was overrun by a mob backing former president Donald Trump blamed wide-ranging intelligence failures for the deadly attack at a Senate …

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Remote, But Not Ready – 5 tips for business owners navigating our new normal

Most if not all nonessential businesses have either closed completely or shifted to a remote model, putting employees and executives alike in a situation they probably never thought possible.  Employees are stressed about whether they’ll get their next paycheck. Business leaders are worried about being able to provide the same, but also about the general …

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