Government contractors must remain a vital part of international stability operations. In the past decade, the United States has dramatically shifted its foreign policy priorities. The conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq have demanded additional capabilities and capacities beyond those that the U.S. Government is able execute on its own. Such gaps have traditionally been filled by... Continue Reading
Andrew Adamski received his B.A. in Politics from The Catholic University of America, and is now the Government and Legal Affairs Associate at the International Stability Operations Association, nongovernmental, nonprofit, nonpartisan association of service companies and organizations dedicated to providing ethical services to international peacekeeping, peace enforcement, humanitarian rescue, stabilization efforts and disaster relief. He has worked previously on Capitol Hill and at The Rendon Group, as well as in the public relations department of his alma mater. In addition to organizing the field efforts of a number of Democratic campaigns, Andrew has also done research and capacity-building work as a Fellow at the Ballot Initiative Strategy Center.