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The contract is the largest to be awarded since recovery efforts began over a month ago. And several lawmakers on Capitol Hill are calling for government reviews of how this small firm with only two employees at the time Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico was chosen over bigger, more established utilities.

The seeds of the deal were first sown after Hurricane Irma, which tore through the Caribbean and Florida in early September. Whitefish was one of seven companies that was competing for the work. But Irma ended up skirting by Puerto Rico, inflicting minimal damage. There was no need to immediately strike a deal.

Less than two weeks later, it was a different story. Hurricane Maria was a devastating Category 5 storm, leaving millions on the U.

Techmanski reached out to Ramos again, offering to help -- this time, hoping to secure a contract, Whitefish spokesman Ken Luce told CNN. In an interview with HLN on Friday, Luce described Techmanski as an entrepreneur who jumped on a plane when no one else was "interested in doing business with the utility company because they were in bankruptcy. Techmanski flew to Puerto Rico on Sept.

Sitting in a dimly lit conference room, Techmanski and the PREPA team used light from their cell phones to begin drawing up plans for rebuilding Puerto Rico's destroyed electrical grids, according to Luce.

Plus, the Whitefish CEO was agreeing to take care of the logistics -- lodging and food for the hundreds of journey linemen needed to restore power, according to Ramos.

After the hurricane hit, the state-owned utility could have requested aid through the American Public Power Association, a network that provides help to other utilities during widespread power outages. And he believed they would not be able to respond quickly to the island's needs. Whitefish began working on the island less than a week later on Oct. With the contract signed, Techmanski realized he was going to need help getting resources and equipment to the island quickly.

Zinke's office acknowledged they received an email from Techmanski, but said no one at the agency took any further action. A few hours later Zinke tweeted his own statement denouncing any ties to Whitefish winning the contract. Adding, all records "will prove no involvement. I had absolutely nothing to do with Whitefish Energy receiving a contract in Puerto Rico.

I welcome all investigations into the allegations pic. Government agencies usually will make a public request for help on a particular job. Often they will receive multiple offers and the agency reviews and accepts the best, lowest cost bid. FEMA oversees billions of dollars in disaster relief work and multiple audits by the inspector general have shown a pattern of problems in how these funds have been used.

But it does require a detailed audit of Puerto Rico's emergency spending. Questions swirl after small Montana firm lands Puerto Rico power contract. He explained that pricing included transportation for labor, the equipment and cost of paying for workers performing "very high risk jobs" that required "technical experienced" journey linemen. Luce also told CNN on Friday that the clause is "standard contract language," but promised to work with lawmakers in answering questions.

Already, Whitefish has scaled to just over employees in Puerto Rico -- and it says more are on the way. Such quick growth is typical among utility firms when they are awarded large contracts, the company said. Choosing Whitefish was cost effective, he said. The company had agreed to be paid in installments after the work was completed, inspected and approved by PREPA.

Since the deal was announced, several government reviews have been called for to determine whether the appropriate process was followed by PREPA. San Juan's mayor takes on small Montana firm that won power contract. Both the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general and a separate House committee are reviewing the agreement. Another Senate committee has also asked the Government Accountability Office to investigate.

That decision is pending. On Friday, two top Democrats also asked the inspector general to examine FEMA and other agencies' role in awarding the contract and to look into whether it was an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars.

Even Rossello has asked Puerto Rico's Office of Management and Budget to audit the Whitefish contract to ensure it's in compliance with the appropriate laws. The Motley Fool Paid Partner.

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I had absolutely nothing to do with Whitefish Energy receiving a contract in Puerto Rico. I welcome all investigations into the allegations pic. Government agencies usually will make a public request for help on a particular job. Often they will receive multiple offers and the agency reviews and accepts the best, lowest cost bid.

FEMA oversees billions of dollars in disaster relief work and multiple audits by the inspector general have shown a pattern of problems in how these funds have been used.

But it does require a detailed audit of Puerto Rico's emergency spending. Questions swirl after small Montana firm lands Puerto Rico power contract. He explained that pricing included transportation for labor, the equipment and cost of paying for workers performing "very high risk jobs" that required "technical experienced" journey linemen. Luce also told CNN on Friday that the clause is "standard contract language," but promised to work with lawmakers in answering questions.

Already, Whitefish has scaled to just over employees in Puerto Rico -- and it says more are on the way. Such quick growth is typical among utility firms when they are awarded large contracts, the company said.

Choosing Whitefish was cost effective, he said. The company had agreed to be paid in installments after the work was completed, inspected and approved by PREPA. Since the deal was announced, several government reviews have been called for to determine whether the appropriate process was followed by PREPA. San Juan's mayor takes on small Montana firm that won power contract. Both the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general and a separate House committee are reviewing the agreement.

Another Senate committee has also asked the Government Accountability Office to investigate. That decision is pending.

On Friday, two top Democrats also asked the inspector general to examine FEMA and other agencies' role in awarding the contract and to look into whether it was an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars. Even Rossello has asked Puerto Rico's Office of Management and Budget to audit the Whitefish contract to ensure it's in compliance with the appropriate laws. A woman beyond her time, she was a writer, a feminist, a labor leader and an anarchist, who struggled not only to bring change to the emrging labor movement in Puerto Rico, but also as a woman who worked to provide more room in a heavily male-dominated society.

A post shared by Joel's Home Improvements jsmgs on Aug 28, at 2: Born in , Luisa Capetillo was an organizer and activist, mostly known for her contributions to the labor and anarchist movements in Puerto Rico. Capetillo died of tuberculosis in A post shared by Roy Rivera iir3ii on Jan 24, at 3: She was also the first female mayor of a major capital city in the Americas. Her administration is credited with building San Juan as a major cosmopolitan center in the Americas and helping low-income communities by creating the Escuelas Maternales— known today as Head Starts.

In , she was banned from Puerto Rico by Spanish governors because of her politics. National History Month Day She was one of the few women in history to have led a revolt against the United States, known as the Jayuya Uprising. In , a severely restricting bill known as the Gag Bill, or Law 53, was introduced that made it a crime to print, publish, sell, or exhibit any material intended to paralyze or destroy the insular government.

On October 30, , Blanca and others took up arms which she had stored in her home and marched into the town of Jayuya, taking over the police station, burning down the post office, cutting the telephone wires, and raising the Puerto Rican flag in defiance of the Gag Law. The Nationalists held on for awhile, but were arrested and sentenced to life in prison after 3 days.

She graduated from the University of Puerto Rico, where she first got to know the work and activism of Pedro Albizu Campos, and joined the Partido Nacionalista in In , she was among the nationalists who revolted against the United States in the town of Jayuya, where Canales led a group to the plaza and rose the Puerto Rican flag — then illegal because of a Gag Law established in Canales and the group kept armed forces out of Jayuya for three days and later surrendered.

Born in , Ana Roque de Duprey was an educator and activist. She also wrote a geography textbook that was later adopted by the Department of Education.

She also served as the mayor of San Juan from to She was born in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico and came from humble beginnings. Her father was a poor, sugar-cane farmer, and is one of nine children. By the age of 16 she went off to college, and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Political Science. After, she received a scholarship to New York University to pursue her masters degree.

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