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Posts Tagged: crisis communications
The sequester bite is taking a toll on government programs. According to the NY Times the sequester is temporarily changing the way the government does business.
One example is pulling out of an international space conference held in the US. Read more
Few crises are as immediate as those faced by doctors and medical personnel with patients in life and death situations.
The NFL can’t win for losing:
At the moment, Booz Allen Hamilton is what is called “collateral damage” from the revelation that self-confessed government document leaker Edward Snowden worked at the government contracting/consulting firm.
The immediate damage was to the company stock which was down as much as 5% after the leak and Snowden’s association was made known. Read more
The West Clinic of Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital was among those institutions affected by the Boston Marathon bombing. Not only did they have to deal with the influx of 24 victims including the suspect who died, Tamarlan Tsarnaev, but with some 1,000 media requests. Read more
When the Emergency Room staff at Boston’s Tufts Medical Center heard of explosions at the Boston Marathon, Emergency Management Chief Robert Osgood said staffers turned to him and asked, “Is this another one of your crazy drills?”