The contractor responsible for posting the flowchart, Shane Vander Hart, posted an apology on his personal blog.
Doyle, officially a contractor, said he was told that he was being let go as part of a program of layoffs at the New Mexico lab.
Ever since CIA contractor Raymond Davis shot and killed two Pakistanis in the street, U.S.-Pak relations have spiraled downward.
“Technology enables dissent,” the former NSA contractor told the crowd of thousands via video screen, this time sans robot.
Keller is a contractor whose construction business has sunk below water since the subprime mortgage crisis of 2008.
At that point the contractor came in and after being told of what had happened, he discharged the fellow.
He was standing in front of the building, discussing some matter with the contractor.
They are to a large extent their own masters, and work without being driven by the contractor's foreman.
Later on, his father, as a contractor for the army, had made a considerable fortune.
During the early part of the work, the contractor devoted his entire attention to the work of excavation.
1540s, "one who enters into a contract," from Late Latin contractor, agent noun from past participle stem of Latin contrahere (see contract (n.)); specifically of "one who enters into a contract to provide work, services, or goods" from 1724.