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But the GSA contracting officer bore ultimate responsibility to ensure that proper procedures were followed, said Cathy Riddick-Brown, an NCIS acquisition official.
The NCIS, which investigates crimes against or involving Navy and Marine Corps personnel, needs to be able to quickly set up high-tech operations centers at major crisis scenes.
An NCIS spokesman said, ``These weapons are not terribly accurate but they can unleash a lethal round which could kill.''
An NCIS spokesman said that although Cooper had no banning order against him, he was sentenced to four months' jail in 1999 for possessing CS gas.
NCIS have told us that they won't share this film with us.
Both programs fall under the NCIS computer crime prevention program, which has as its motto "a bit of prevention is worth a gigabyte of cure." 
The NCIS reported $538 million in North Carolina crop-hail losses for the industry--without taking into account the multiple-peril crop-insurance program reinsured by the federal government.
David Lowe, head of the NCIS specialist crime unit, said the recovery rate for motorbikes was lower than for cars because of the skill of the gangs and the lesser resources thrown at the problem.
NCIS spokesman Mark Steels says oversight of the squad may be divided between NCIS and some other agency, such as metropolitan police.
Bryan Drew, NCIS intelligence chief, said: "Away from the grounds and with activities planned and communicated using mobile phones, pagers and the Internet, the hooligans remain a menace."
Tony Blockley, the head of the NCIS North East regional office in Wakefield, is suspended having been returned to his home force of Derbyshire.
"Mac" Sarah MacKenzie and Captain Harmon "Harm" Rabb Jr., respectively, in "NCIS: Los Angeles" Season 10.
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