UNICORFederal Prison Industries, Inc.
UNICORUNIque Corporation
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(115) UNICOR produces goods and services for an essentially governmentally-guaranteed market (as we shall see); PIE relies on the open market.
Unicor and proponents of state correctional industries argue, of course, that they're not stealing jobs or suppressing wages.
Spire Corporation (Nasdaq:SPIR) has been awarded an Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract from Federal Prisons Industries Inc to supply integrator services for PV Systems for Federal customers of UNICOR.
Note: You must first receive approval from your Army Command Fleet Manager (ACFM) to access the UNICOR license plate store.
DRO uses Federal Prison Industries, known as UNICOR, to provide the baseline information into the Vehicle Management Information System (VMIS), which manages all DRO vehicular assets.
To a variety of companies that have to compete with UNICOR, they may believe it is Goliath versus David, and they are losing.
Congress created the Federal Prison Industries, trade union UNICOR, which is the place where I am fortunate enough to work.
FPI, also known as UNICOR (unicorn.gov), is a government-owned agency that employs an estimated 21,800 federal inmates nationwide to produce goods in a variety of industries.
<p>He said MRM is also committed to recycling "properly" and won't use prison labor or send goods overseas.<p>Federal Prison Industries (Unicor) is promoting its services as a recycler for electronics companies although has come in for criticism from some environmental groups which claim prisoners are not provided with sufficient protection from toxic substances that might be within products.
The Fleet and Industrial Supply Center (FISC), Norfolk, has awarded 74 blanket purchase agreements (BPAs) to several General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedule holders and the Federal Prison Industries d/b/a UNICOR. Key features of the strategy include the use of Department of Defense (DoD) EMALL, a Web-based, e-commerce portal operated by the Defense Logistics Agency, for purchasing office furniture.