Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the MI-3 Insurers Livery Company to the Obamacare loss-adjuster service run by Canadian Governor General David (‘GG’) Johnston and the nose-up stall of Air France Flight 447 on June 1, 2009 after Johnston’s CGI-Logica associates allegedly hacked Airbus’s Toulouse-based Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System via the U.K. MoD’s Skynet 3 satellite and camouflaged a loss-adjusted insurance fraud with claims of pilot error.
ABC World News with Di… : Air France Flight 447: Pilot Errors?
#1714: Marine Links MI-3 Desmarais Kill Team Kinnect to CSEC Petrobras Key for Air France Nose-up Stall
Based on the decoy-and-drone aircraft maneuvers of 9/11 and the spoliation of evidence at Logica-controlled crime scenes, McConnell has inferred that MI-3 Insurers and the then-CGI lead director David Johnston are operating a Livery Company protection racket funded by loss-adjusted re-insurance frauds
MI-3 = Livery Companies’ patent-pool supply-chain protection racket using Privy Purse Forfeiture Fund
Marcy (Forfeiture Fund – KPMG Small Business Auction – Liquidation – Prisoner Medical Services – JABS)
+ Inkster (Queen’s Privy Purse – KPMG tax shelter – RCMP Wandering Persons Registry – Escrow fraud)
+ Interpol (Berlin 1942-1945 – Operation Paperclip into Foreign Fugitive File – William Higgitt – Entrust)
+ Intrepid (William Stephenson – GAPAN patent pool – MitM Pearl Harbor attack – Kanada Kommando)
MI-3 = Marine Interruption Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in 1987 to destroy above
McConnell notes that in Book 12 at www.abeldanger.net, agents deployed by his Marine Interruption, Intelligence and Investigations (MI-3) group are mingling in various OODA modes with agents of the Marcy Inkster Interpol Intrepid (MI-3) Livery protection racket based at Skinners’ Hall, Dowgate Hill.
#1714: Marine Links MI-3 Desmarais Kill Team Kinnect to CSEC Petrobras Key for Air France Nose-up Stall
#1660 Marine Links MI-2 Murder-For-Hire Livery Lottery to Prince Andrew GAPAN, Air France 447 Nose-Up Stall
Analysis of AF447 ACARS
Air France 447 CRASH SIMULATION By: Ciro X9
TCAS Warning Airbus 320 Full Flight Simulator
CGI-Logica hack of TCA via Skynet 4
“[June 2009] Airbus has agreed a three-year outsourcing deal with IT services supplier Logica, combining local and offshore resources.
The aircraft maker will use [CGI Kinnect and] Logica to manage applications for [fleet insurance and] document management, archiving, groupware and knowledge management. The vendor will also work on development and improvements to the firm’s software [Logica positioned for MitM attack and the loss-adjusted nose up stall].
The contract will see service delivered from sites in Hamburg and Toulouse, local to Airbus’ European operations, supported by a centre in Chennai, India, to save costs.
“Our customers will benefit from local teams on site, and from international teams that have in-depth technical expertise and experience delivering large-scale outsourcing projects,” said Torsten Strass, chief executive of Logica in Germany.
Airbus did not provide further comment on the deal.”
“David Lloyd Johnston CC CMM COM CD FRSC(hon)FRCPSC(hon)
(born June 28, 1941)
is a Canadian academic, author, and statesman who is the current Governor General of Canada
, the 28th
since Canadian Confederation
. … Investigations commissioned by both federal and provincial Crowns-in-Council
have been chaired by Johnston, starting with the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy
in the late 1980s,
followed by the National Task Force on High Speed Broadband Access, the Committee on Information Systems for the Environment, the Advisory Committee on Online Learning, Ontario’s Infertility and Adoption Review Panel between 2008 and 2009, and other scientific or public policy panels.
He also sat on the Ontario government’s Task Force on Management of Large Scale Information and Information Technology Projects and an Ontario Ministry of Health panel investigating “smart systems.” Johnston further served on various corporate boards of directors
, including those of Fairfax Financial Holdings
, CGI Group
, Dominion Textiles, Southam Incorporated
, and Canada Trust
, among others,
and on March 22, 2010, was named to the Board of Governors of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival
He is the only non-American citizen to chair the Harvard Board of Overseers
[Where he allegedly positioned and groomed Barry Soetoro for his run to the White House]
“Astrium, Logica win DFA contract Tuesday 23 January 2001 | 00:00 CET | News Astrium and Logica have won a multi-million UK Pound contract from the UK Defence Procurement Agency (DPA) for the supply of a system to upgrade the management of the military satellite comms system in the UK. Logica is a partner of Astrium in the Paradigm consortium.”
“Skynet 4 Skynet 4 still going strong, providing diversity and redundancy
In addition to the Skynet 5 system, Astrium Services also owns and operates the Skynet 4 satellite constellation. This provides invaluable levels of diversity and redundancy, allowing Astrium Services to offer increased levels of reliability and coverage.
Astrium was both the prime contractor and payload contractor for the UK Ministry of Defence’s Skynet 4 Satellites. Derived from Astrium’s previous-generation OTS and ECS satellites, Skynet 4 satellites are three-axis stablised with an initial on-orbit mass of slightly less than 80 kg. The spacecraft power is 1.2 kW and solar array span 16m. The communications payloads include three X-band transponders and two UHF transponders.
A variety of spot and global beams enables the Skynet 4 satellites to serve a widely dispersed and extensive inventory of Earth stations on land, sea and in the air, ranging from small man-portable radio sets and aircraft terminals to rugged systems on naval vessels and submarines and large anchor stations on land.
Skynet 4A, 4B and 4C were launched between 1988 and 1990, and Skynet 4D and 4E and 4F in 1998, 1999 and 2001. The NATO IVA and IVB satellites were launched in 1991 and 1993.
All provide secure communications for government establishments throughout the world. The Skynet 4 satellites were originally owned by the UK MOD but are now owned by Astrium Services as part of the Skynet 5 contract.
We expect Skynet 4 to continue to be available well beyond its expected design life.”
“Logica has developed the fully integrated Operational and Business Support system for Skynet 5 containing over 1 million lines of code. These systems demonstrate how commercial technology is at the centre of the delivery of complex communications services to the UK Ministry of Defence. As the prime contractor for the Skynet 5 software, Logica combines its extensive commercial and defence expertise to undertake the development and operations of the Skynet management system. With Skynet 5, the Logica systems allow Paradigm to plan, manage and deliver a wide range of communication services.
Logica has worked with the MoD for nearly 40 years from the business to the battlespace, and is the European leader in military satellite communications ground systems.
Logica is a major international force in IT services. It employs around 39,000 people across 41 countries. Logica’s focus is on enabling its customers to build and maintain leadership positions using Logica’s deep industry knowledge and its track record for successful delivery. The company provides business consulting, systems integration and IT and business process outsourcing across diverse markets including telecoms, financial services, energy and utilities, industry, distribution and transport and the public sector. More information is available from http://www.logica.com/uk
“IBOR Demonstration by Logica
IBOR (Intergraal Beheer Publieke Ruimte) is an innovative smart control and management system for public areas. By remotely maintaining and controlling public infrastructure such as street lights, IBOR helps to save energy, decrease maintenance costs and reduce CO2 emissions. Delivered through the cloud, the tool is expected to help reduce urban area energy use by 25 to 40 per cent.
IBOR enables significant cost savings by remotely controlling street lights, traffic lights, sewage pumps, road closures, bridges and water locks, etc. The first pilot of IBOR has started in the municipality of Utrecht in the Netherlands where the council is using the system to remotely monitor streetlights leading to energy savings of more than 25 per cent. Later this year, traffic lights, a sewer installation and water management system will be added to the pilot.
IBOR is also designed to improve response times to emergency incidents. For example, in the event of an accident, emergency services can use the support of traffic lights to guide them to the right location or conduct real-time routing if an unexpected street obstruction occurs.
The IBOR system utilises innovative cloud based applications to make these services more efficient and flexible, without compromising on quality or safety. It is designed to allow the remote management of public areas from a central location using the innovative Microsoft Surface 2.0 or the Windows Phone 7. The combination of using Windows Azure, Silverlight, Surface, SQL server and AppFabric ensures a low total cost of ownership, flexibility, scalability and security.
Logica and Microsoft together won the ICT Office Environment Award for IBOR.
Local authorities and municipalities can gain many benefits from IBOR, including:
Significant savings on energy use
Maintenance costs reduced
Reduced CO2 emissions
Central management of public areas using a local interface
Many control options, ranging from control room to smart phone
Logica is a business and technology service company, employing 41,000 people in 36 countries, with over 32,000 based in Europe. It provides business consulting, systems integration and outsourcing to clients around the world. Logica creates value for clients by successfully integrating people, business and technology. It is committed to long-term collaboration, applying insight to create innovative answers to clients’ business needs.
The Public Sector is 31% of Logica’s business. The company has long-client relationships, some for over 40 years, to deliver strategic programmes. Logica works for the European Commission, NATO and the European Space Agency. Clients include the governments of Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Sweden and the UK. Logica works across the Public Sector from Defence, Public Safety and Justice and Central Government to Local Government and Healthcare. Through smart ideas, deep industry expertise and revolutionary use of technology, Logica helps governments save money by transforming the way they operate, deliver public services and engage with their citizens.
Logica has partnered with Microsoft across Europe. In 2011, the company won two prestigious Microsoft awards, the Alliance Partner of the Year – Innovation and the Windows Azure Platform SI Partner of the Year.”
“[Spoliation evidence that MI-3 Insurers and CGI-Logica controlled loss-adjustment insurance frauds at 7/7 crime scenes] For businesses to stay ahead of their competitors, they have to deliver innovative products and services. Logica works with customers to aid business development. For example, Logica has provided:
the automated ticketing system for London Underground
the outsourcing of IT and technical applications for Taylor Wimpey, the UK house building business business applications for the Ministry of Justice’s Courts, Tribunals and offices the design of electronic security services for the UK’s Department of Defence
the system for generating Premium Bonds (ERNIE).”
“ISB AND CGI PARTNER TO PROVIDE COMPLETE POLICE REPORT COVERAGE FOR THE PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE MARKET
Toronto, Ontario, October 22, 2004 –
Insurance Search Bureau of Canada (ISB) and CGI Group Inc. (CGI) announce an agreement to distribute accident and occurrence police reports reciprocally. This initiative will create a North America wide network for the retrieval of police reports for the Property and Casualty (P&C) insurance claims industry.
Joint access to CGI’s Police Reporting On-line System (PROS) network and the ISB North America police report retrieval network will allow claims professionals to order police reports from virtually any police department in Canada, the USA and around the world. The reports can be ordered from either CGI or ISB on as-needed basis with an overall reduction in report delivery turnaround times.
“Obtaining police reports in a timely and cost effective manner is a critical part of the claim handling process. The CGI / ISB partnership provides the P&C claim industry with a solution to problems being experienced when attempting to obtain police reports today.” said Wayne Beck, Vice President of Insurance Solutions at CGI.
Our collaboration will translate directly into higher levels of customer service for our clients” added Michael Damm, President of ISB. “The elimination of duplicate police report delivery systems ensures users of quicker delivery along with increased geographic coverage.”
The agreement provides immediate benefit to the clients of both organizations, and opens the door to ISB and CGI working together to expand the automation of police report requests and delivery, providing a solution to a major P&C industry challenge.
Insurance Search Bureau of Canada is Canada’s largest supplier of source documents and retrieval services to the Property and Casualty claim industry. ISB specializes in providing a single source for the information and documentation required during the claim handling process. ISB is recognized for having extensive in-house experience and expertise in claim handling practices, claim workflow processes, and claim information. ISB is a privately held Canadian company. For more information call 905-875-0556 or visit www.isbc.ca
Founded in 1976, CGI is among the largest independent information technology and business process services firms in North America. CGI and its affiliated companies employ approximately 25,000 professionals. CGI provides end-to-end IT and business process services to clients worldwide from offices in Canada, the United States, Europe, Asia Pacific as well as from centers of excellence in India and Canada. CGI’s annualized revenue run rate is currently CDN$3.8 billion (US$2.8 billion) and at September 30, 2004, CGI’s order backlog was CDN$13 billion (US$9.4 billion). CGI’s shares are listed on the TSX (GIB.A) and the NYSE (GIB) and are included in the S&P/TSX Composite Index as well as the S&P/TSX Capped Information Technology and MidCap Indices.
For more information contact:
Director, Corporate Communications
“Insurance Technology Investments Yield Positive Returns for Industry
By Bernie G. Heinze | March 8, 2004
The manner in which insurance agents, brokers and companies invest their information technology spend in 2004 may well have the potential of positioning the entities for future growth and development more now than ever before.
The current market cycle provides the opportunity to align disciplined underwriting, further premium refinement and innovative claims management, with a cultivation of the next layer of economic efficiencies which, when merged with technology solutions, can yield not only positive returns but competitive differentiation as well.
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As insurance markets re-examine their technical and operational business operations to further increase ROE and increase shareholder and policyholder value, the query will always remain, exactly how much and in what dedicated areas should discretionary dollars be budgeted?
A recent study by the TowerGroup forecasted property and casualty insurers will increase their IT spending by 10.4 percent over the amount invested in 2003, in the areas of infrastructure, maintenance and development. While rating agencies report a trend back toward positive net income, there remains some skepticism on the full potential of the industry’s long-term growth as the adequacy of loss reserves, the ability to achieve and implement tort reform, and the consequences of terrorism and catastrophes remain as outstanding issues. Therefore, the extent to which budgetary dollars are actually committed will remain to be seen.
For most agents, however, the decision to embrace technology to improve front and back office capabilities has already become more a requirement than a discretionary issue.
As more due diligence and audits are conducted to determine, among other things, the extent of technological commitment as a core function and the sophistication of platforms and processes, the more savvy agents will be rewarded with the ability to attract and command more market share of the business.
Many carriers already require renewal contracts and binding authorities to be conditional and dependant on a full implementation of IT applications to streamline operations and reduce overhead expenses in order to maintain positive net income results and produce transparent, immediate, bottom-line expectations.
Similarly, ceding companies will find more opportunities with reinsurance markets that, likewise, have seen the value of modifying legacy systems for more practical and improved systems. Another integral component of the equation is the continued sharing of knowledge among business partners to improve one another’s capabilities and address matters that can be corrected as warranted before a problem has become insurmountable.
The advancements now in place include communicating by the click of a mouse, binding business, amending policy coverage through revised endorsements and submission of bordereaux electronically, to the viewing—in real time—the status of the program, line of business and performance measurement of underwriters, claim professionals and risk managers taking ownership for the respective policyholder’s or producer’s portfolio.
In addition, traditional, inefficient, paper laden processes requiring re-keying of data and important information that often result in human errors are virtually eliminated with technology now in place. In an industry where the volume of submissions continues unabated and opportunities are being shopped seamlessly, time is money.
Thus, in 2004, the impetus will be on eliminating incompatible systems and reconstructing core systems including underwriting processes, policy administration and collections as well as claims management. Another area of focus will be on improving speed of distribution and customer service capabilities and, thereby, also strengthening the agency management system. A current example is Project Kinnect [Initiated by David Johnston while serving as CGI Lead Director] in the London market.
Kinnect is a secure electronic platform designed to allow the existing systems of brokers, carriers and underwriters to communicate. Customers may choose simply to record risk data prior to any discussions, use the platform to send and receive data as they negotiate or transact all their business electronically over the platform. They can assess and respond to each submission without the need to re-input data. This speeds up the process and reduces the amount of re-keying and the possibility of errors.
The strategy now at work will merge the integrated array of IT processes and program applications with the intent of producing a model that is both customer focused and internally compatible in improving the ROI equation. While “customer satisfaction” is difficult to measure quantifiably, an increase in renewals, cross-selling opportunities with other insurance products, and the ability to attract and retain more agents and distribution partners will secure a measurable competitive distinction, thereby adding to the success of the IT investment.
There are numerous technology solutions already available to improving efficiencies and performance. Premium financing and risk modeling, document imaging, data mining and claims administration platforms are but a few examples. However, the one main impediment for many is the entity’s legacy system. In order to achieve full scalability and compatibility, these need to be replaced or overhauled by companies seeking to improve their overall performance and to achieve greater efficiencies and connectivity with their business partners to remain competitive. If data and processes cannot be integrated or migrated, the benefits of reduced costs and economies of scale will not be fully realized.
In March 2004, more than 300 IT professionals, company and agency principals will gather to review and discuss these and other issues at the Insurance Automation and Technology Conference in New Orleans. The annual session is sponsored by the American Association of Managing General Agents (AAMGA), and represents the single conference of its kind for the wholesale insurance market.
The fact that attendance has nearly doubled this year from that in year’s past is a testament to the fact that notwithstanding the ability to transact multi-million dollar insurance business in milliseconds, it is still a market based on relationships, networking and trust. While recent studies suggest consumers in the Generation X and Y categories express interest in conducting insurance purchases electronically, the intellectual capital provided by the expert insurance agents and underwriters are an integral part of the insurance transaction—especially in the property and casualty lines of business.
Bernie G. Heinze is the executive director of the American Association of Managing General Agents. He can be reached at bernie.heinze@ aamga.org or at (610) 225-2363.”
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