Mar 8, 2009

Pro2Serve adds to its board

Chillicothe Gazette

Shareholders of Pro2Serve Professional Project Services, Inc. have elected Charles S. Przybylek, the former chief operating officer and general counsel of the Department of Energy's (DOE) National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), to serve a two-year term on its Board of Directors.

In his former role as NNSA's chief operating officer, Przybylek served as the headquarters interface for integration of field and headquarters operations. Prior to his positions in Washington, D.C., Przybylek was the chief counsel for NNSA's Albuquerque Operations Office.

In addition to Przybylek, Dr. Robert Van Hook and Dr. Barry Goss were re-elected to the Pro2Serve Board for three-year terms.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

D'Agostino was the sole decision maker at NNSA for the LANL management contract. He chose LANS (UC/Bechtel).

Przybylek was the sole decision maker at NNSA for the LLNL management contract. He chose LLNS (UC/Bechtel).

Where it the IG? They should be carefully investigating how NNSA made these LLC decisions. The whole process stinks and is rampant with the possibility of fraud.

Anonymous said...

D & P are scum suckers.

Anonymous said...

Sorry for posting this in an unrelated article, but this story looks interesting and relevant to the blog:

Link

Anonymous said...

P2S has as stong a lock on LANL subcontracts as any company in history. Bid/No bid doesn't matter. P2S will get it. The fix is in. Ask Kevin who P2S has contracts with at LANL. The apparent and potential conflicts of interest will amaze you.

Anonymous said...

3/8/09 7:04 PM

Thanks, but this info is already posted on the blog, March 3, 2009, as "NUCLEAR WEAPONS: NNSA and DOD Need to More Effectively Manage the Stockpile Life Extension Program."

"New GAO report released."

(http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d09385.pdf)

(Pre-1992, this "Fogbank-problem," would probably have required underground testing, unfortunately not post-1992.)

Anonymous said...

Actually, the conflict of interest wouldn't amaze me at all. What amazes me is the fact that we all stand by and witness daily the destruction wrought by these assholes without doing anything. Like the rest, I must sign anon.

Anonymous said...

Boy does this smell of conflict of interest!

Anonymous said...

What goodies will be awaiting Tom D'Agostino when he is soon replaced by the Obama administration?

I'm sure he'll be well rewarded by his new "friends" in the for-profit contractor domain.

Anonymous said...

And I will never by anything from anything associated with that liar.

Substantially equivalent in the aggregate indeed.

Pro2Serve is off the vendor list. Bad vetting processes.

Anonymous said...

How many former LANL Employees now work for Pro2Serve? Several, take a look at the Security Division.

Anonymous said...

Where's POGO when you need them?

Anonymous said...

Let us not forget that Tyler, in concert with Richard Marquez--the Director's boy and a former DOE official himself, dismantled the old UC arrangement. Remember the good old days with UCRS as a security blanket? Thanks to these guys you've got a 401K shoved down your collective throats instead. What's it worth now...about 30% of what you've put into it. You can thank these guys for that.

Anonymous said...

12:31 pm: "Thanks to these guys you've got a 401K shoved down your collective throats instead. What's it worth now...about 30% of what you've put into it. You can thank these guys for that."

Well, not really. Most folks today are lucky to have any retirement plan at all. While what you say is true about the shift from UC to LANS, you can't really blame those folks for the fact that you lost 30% of your 401k, just like everyone else. Your 401k plan includes some very conservative investment options. If you had been in them, instead of in equity funds, you would have had little or no loss. Risk taken must be loss accepted. The market goes down as well as up.

Anonymous said...

"Risk taken must be loss accepted." (8:23 PM)

Tell that to Ben Bernanke and the US Treasury. The massive bailouts of all the "too big to fail" financial entities in this country speaks otherwise.

Anonymous said...

How much longer will D'Agostino be left in charge of NNSA? I thought the Obama administration was going to replace him.

And how much longer will Dr. Chu be allowed to practice his current neglect of the 70% of his budget that is the weapons complex? He has yet to say much of anything about the component that makes up most of the DOE!

Anonymous said...

"Let us not forget that Tyler, in concert with Richard Marquez--the Director's boy and a former DOE official himself, dismantled the old UC arrangement."

Didn't Marquez get fired for some funny business in his office?

Anonymous said...

Didn't get fired for funny business but got protection from his crimes by his cronies at UC hiring him out of DOE and into the Lab. He continues his zipper games here. At one time also had an underaged girl pregnant up around Abiquiu...settled it without going to jail. Old-timers have long memories.

Anonymous said...

What goodies will be awaiting Tom D'Agostino when he is soon replaced by the Obama administration?

Don't know about TD, but did you know that Bob Smolen just took a job at LLNL? The pigs are coming to the trough.