Lawrence, a Republican, is currently facing an uphill battle to unseat incumbent Rep. Annie Kuster in the Second Congressional District for a U.S. House seat. His work on intelligence systems for the Air Force and Marine Corps took place in the mid-2000s. interview skillsThough the original contract was awarded to BAE in 2002, Lawrence Battelle joined the team after its inception in 2003. Greg Folcik, then a branch chief in electronics command at Hanscom AFB, confirmed that Lawrence and others had worked for him and praised the job they did. Truthfully, he was probably the best financial officer I have ever worked (with), he said in an interview Friday. He actually saved the program in a couple instances. Folcik, who lives in Wilmot, is not exactly a neutral observer: He cut a related campaign ad for Lawrence that went online this week. But Folcik talked in some detail of Lawrence Battelles work for him. The company focused primarily on cutting costs and protecting funding, he said making sure everything happened on time without over- or under-spending and kept the programs finances squeaky clean. The campaign said Lawrence Battelle received $202,282.14 for its work on that program. On the campaign trail, Lawrence has touted the work he did in the private sector consulting on ways for the government to trim costs and avoid waste as preparation for the job he now seeks in Congress.
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