DLA Piper aiding Turkey’s image

WASHINGTON: DLA Piper will help the government of Turkey with US government relations and legal counsel, under a $100,000-per-month, one-year contract that runs through February 29, 2008, with the option to renew, according to a Justice Department filing. DLA’s work will include preventing the introduction or debate of legislation harmful to Turkey’s “image”; identifying and educating members of Congress willing to speak on Turkey’s behalf on controversial issues; and identifying social events that embassy personnel ought to attend.

WASHINGTON: DLA Piper will help the government of Turkey with US government relations and legal counsel, under a $100,000-per-month, one-year contract that runs through February 29, 2008, with the option to renew, according to a Justice Department filing. DLA’s work will include preventing the introduction or debate of legislation harmful to Turkey’s “image”; identifying and educating members of Congress willing to speak on Turkey’s behalf on controversial issues; and identifying social events that embassy personnel ought to attend.

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