Navigation Links
Chemist Brings SAFETY Act Expertise to Homeland Security Firm
Date:1/7/2008

Dr. McWhorter Joins Olive, Edwards & Cooper with Technical, Products

Liability Background

WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Olive, Edwards & Cooper announced the addition of Dr. David McWhorter as a principal who will provide clients with strategic plans as they enter or expand into the homeland security marketplace. His immediate focus will be ensuring that the firm's clients are knowledgeable about the SAFETY Act (the Support Anti-Terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies Act of 2002) and helping them through the sometimes arduous SAFETY Act approval process.

In return for meeting SAFETY Act requirements, a process which is managed by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), companies receive liability protections for their anti-terrorism products and services in the event of a terrorist attack.

"Securing SAFETY Act protections is a critical first step for public and private sector companies that provide technology, products and services within the homeland security arena," notes Dr. McWhorter. In helping clients through the SAFETY Act process, he plans to thoroughly learn about their technologies and eventually develop business plans for them and educate them about DHS--and educate DHS about them.

Dr. McWhorter brings over 15 years of research and business experience to Olive, Edwards & Cooper -- one of D.C.'s most respected government relations and business development firms. Most recently, Dr. McWhorter served as the project leader on the SAFETY Act for DHS' primary contractor for SAFETY Act technical evaluations, the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA).

During Dr. McWhorter's last several years at IDA, he led the technical evaluations of anti-terrorism products and services across a broad spectrum of countermeasures for chemical, biological, explosive, nuclear, cyber and human threats. He was also played an instrumental role in the implementation of the SAFETY Act by he
'/>"/>

SOURCE Olive, Edwards & Cooper
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related biology news :

1. Biocapture surfaces produced for study of brain chemistry
2. Story ideas from the Journal of Biological Chemistry
3. Going live with click chemistry
4. Biogeochemistry -- A window into the Earths ecological health
5. Yale chemist receives NIH Young Investigator Award for antibody targeting
6. K-State chemistry professor to receive Masao Horiba award
7. Chemistry turns killer gas into potential cure
8. Penn biochemist receives NIH New Innovators Award
9. Good earth: Brown chemists show origin of soil-scented geosmin
10. Using green chemistry to deliver cutting-edge drugs
11. American Chemical Society calls green chemistry bill a smart step
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:5/5/2015)... , May 5, 2015, NXT-ID, Inc. (NASDAQ: ... company focused on the growing mobile commerce market, reminds investors ... Chief Technology Officer, is presenting  at CARTES SECURE CONNEXIONS AMERICA ... 5-7, 2015. The three-day conference is organized ... is speaking in is themed Global Fraud: Where is ...
(Date:4/21/2015)... Canada , April 21, 2015 ... and evolving government policies are boosting access control systems ... According to a recently published report by ... Opportunities, 2020 ", the access control systems market in ... nearly USD1.2 billion by 2020.The access control systems market ...
(Date:4/14/2015)... , April 14, 2015  HYPR Corp. ... Online (FIDO ® ) Alliance tm , an ... FIDO members commit to share technology and collaborate ... that are interoperable, more secure and private, and ... biometric identity verification that protects sensitive user information ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):NXT-ID, Inc.'s CTO, David Tunnell, Presents at CARTES SECURE CONNEXIONS AMERICA 2015 Today in Washington DC. 2NXT-ID, Inc.'s CTO, David Tunnell, Presents at CARTES SECURE CONNEXIONS AMERICA 2015 Today in Washington DC. 3Saudi Arabia Access Control Systems Market to Touch USD1.2 Billion by 2020 Says TechSci Research 2Saudi Arabia Access Control Systems Market to Touch USD1.2 Billion by 2020 Says TechSci Research 3HYPR Corp. Joins the FIDO Alliance 2HYPR Corp. Joins the FIDO Alliance 3
... 18.3.2013 In the fruit fly Drosophila , the functions ... intertwined - among other things they are involved in neurotransmitter ... of Biochemistry showed for the first time that flies cannot ... also raises new questions as to its function. Anna Ziegler, ...
... 18, 2013 Labrys Biologics Inc., a company focused on ... lead the development of RN-307, a Phase 2 ready anti-CGRP ... M.D., Ph.D., joins Labrys as chief medical officer, along with ... of project management; Michele Bronson , Ph.D., ...
... Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva ... found that macrophages white blood cells that play a key ... and eliminate the body,s red blood cells (RBCs). The findings could ... red blood cell production is thrown out of balance. The study, ...
Cached Biology News:Blind flies without recycling 2Blind flies without recycling 3Labrys Biologics Announces Key Executive Appointments 2Labrys Biologics Announces Key Executive Appointments 3Labrys Biologics Announces Key Executive Appointments 4White blood cells found to play key role in controlling red blood cell levels 2White blood cells found to play key role in controlling red blood cell levels 3
(Date:5/27/2015)... Calif. , May 27, 2015  Ceres, Inc. ... been awarded a U.S. patent for a genetic sequence ... areas such as research, product development and plant transformation. ... regulating key biosynthetic processes that are the target of ... other seed companies a commercial license to the innovation, ...
(Date:5/26/2015)... (PRWEB) May 26, 2015 The ... with the Max Planck Society establishing the ... Photonics. The center will link two of the world's ... will be only the third Max Planck Centre in ... international society for optics and photonics, was with ...
(Date:5/26/2015)... and HILDEN, Germany , ... N.V. (NASDAQ: QGEN ; Frankfurt Prime Standard: ... QIAGEN Clinical Insight ® (QCI™) bioinformatics content ... interpret and report on genomic variants identified in ... for the bioinformatics platform are in oncology, for ...
(Date:5/26/2015)... Global Stem Cells Group ... the company’s first cellular and regenerative medicine symposium in ... day, hands-on stem cell training class Oct. 10. The ... M.D., President of Therapeutic Confrontations (CONFTERA) in Barcelona. ... in regenerative medicine and recent advances in cellular therapies, ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Ceres Awarded Patent for Innovation in Soybean 2Ceres Awarded Patent for Innovation in Soybean 3Third Max Planck Centre in North America Inaugurated at University of Ottawa 2Third Max Planck Centre in North America Inaugurated at University of Ottawa 3QIAGEN Launches Clinical Bioinformatics Platform for Next-Generation Sequencing 2QIAGEN Launches Clinical Bioinformatics Platform for Next-Generation Sequencing 3QIAGEN Launches Clinical Bioinformatics Platform for Next-Generation Sequencing 4QIAGEN Launches Clinical Bioinformatics Platform for Next-Generation Sequencing 5Stem Cell Training, Inc. Announces First European Symposium on Cellular and Regenerative Medicine 2Stem Cell Training, Inc. Announces First European Symposium on Cellular and Regenerative Medicine 3
... how to make an exact cut on a metal rod. But ... carbon nanotube, with a diameter 1/50,000th the thickness of a human ... journal Proceedings of the Royal Society A , researchers at ... single-walled carbon nanotubes are cut, a finding that could lead to ...
... /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - YM BioSciences Inc. (NYSE Amex: ... previously announced public offering of 25,000,000 common shares of ... US $37,650,000. In connection with the offering, the Company ... up to 3,750,000 additional common shares to cover over-allotments, ...
... Dec. 17, 2010 InterMune, Inc. (Nasdaq: ... team to prepare for the commercialization of Esbriet™ (pirfenidone) ... received a positive CHMP opinion that is now awaiting ... Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of InterMune, said, ...
Cached Biology Technology:How do you cut a nanotube? Lots of compression 2YM BioSciences Closes Public Offering of Common Shares 2YM BioSciences Closes Public Offering of Common Shares 3InterMune Announces Senior Leadership Appointments to Prepare for Launch of Esbriet™ (Pirfenidone) in Europe 2InterMune Announces Senior Leadership Appointments to Prepare for Launch of Esbriet™ (Pirfenidone) in Europe 3InterMune Announces Senior Leadership Appointments to Prepare for Launch of Esbriet™ (Pirfenidone) in Europe 4InterMune Announces Senior Leadership Appointments to Prepare for Launch of Esbriet™ (Pirfenidone) in Europe 5InterMune Announces Senior Leadership Appointments to Prepare for Launch of Esbriet™ (Pirfenidone) in Europe 6
...
... BD PhosFlow Perm/Wash Buffer I can be ... signaling proteins to permeabilize cells and to ... wash buffer. Because saponin-mediated cell permeabilization is ... keep the cells in the presence of ...
... Mouse polyclonal antibody raised against ... Immunogen: PPP4C ... a.a) partial recombinant protein with ... Accession Number: NM_002720 ...
... Thermomixer R offers maximum application versatility ... heating, and cooling. Its active heating/cooling ... and temperature control ranges. Five different ... micro test tubes, are available for: ...
Biology Products: