Grant Sarver

Grant Sarver June 10, 2020

After 18 years of the same voting machines, Georgia has finally rolled out new ones. The state was pressured to replace its outdated systems citing security and accuracy concerns. The new voting system uses a touchscreen to pick candidates, prints out a ballot with the voter’s choices, and is then scanned by another machine for […]

Grant Sarver June 9, 2020

The past two weeks of protests against the murder of George Floyd have ignited serious social debate about our policing system. Some deny issues with the police, some want reforms, and some want an outright abolition of the police. One might think that a world without police would be complete anarchy, but what would a […]

Grant Sarver June 4, 2020

COVID-19 has no doubt increased demand for every type of sanitation service. Hand sanitizer and disinfecting spray are rarely seen on store shelves as Americans stock up on what they can to fight the virus. The government is no exception. The Department of Defense is looking for one medium-sized germicidal Ultraviolet (UV) Light Stationary Disinfection […]

Grant Sarver June 3, 2020

The Department of Defense is in need of hazardous waste removal and disposal at its Marine Corps Base in Camp Pendleton, California. The contract has a 30-month base period with the option to extend it for another 30 months. Military bases often deal with hazard waste related to gas and oil, solvents, paints, and various […]

Grant Sarver May 29, 2020

The American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) has won a contract with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to develop and implement a program to train health professionals on how to use SNS ventilators. The contract, awarded on May 15, has been estimated to be worth $130,160. The ventilators are a part of […]

Grant Sarver May 27, 2020

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States Congress has passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to help struggling Americans and American businesses stay on their feet. The Department of Agriculture plans to use $9.5 billion allocated from this Act and combine it with $6.5 billion worth of Commodity […]