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Interior Considers Procedures to Reestablish a Government-to-Government Relationship With the Native Hawaiian Community

Interior Considers Procedures to Reestablish a Government-to-Government Relationship With the Native Hawaiian Community

In response to requests from the Native Hawaiian community, Hawaii’s congressional delegation and state leaders, the U.S. Department of the Interior announced last week a first step to consider reestablishing a government-to-government relationship between the United States and the Native Hawaiian community. The purpose of such a relationship would be to more effectively implement the… Keep reading →

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Manufacturers’ News, Inc.– For a third straight year, industrial employment in Texas posted a gain, reports the 2014 Texas Manufacturers Register®, a manufacturers database and directory published by Manufacturers’ News, Inc. (MNI). According to data collected by MNI, Texas manufacturers added 31,198 industrial jobs, a 2.5% increase, from May 2013 to May 2014. Manufacturers’ News… Keep reading →

Wisconsin Lawmakers To Debate Bill That Would Cripple Wind Energy In State

Today, members of the Fed Up at the Pump coalition in Kern County are leading an effort to educate and inform consumers, farmers and small business owners about a state-agency mandated gas and diesel price hike that will negatively impact the local economy, especially the agriculture industry and hardworking families in the Central Valley. Starting… Keep reading →

The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) and the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council (MassBio) commend Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick for signing legislation yesterday designed to create a pathway for the substitution of interchangeable biologic medicines. The policies outlined in House Bill 3734 align with all five of BIO’s principles on biologic substitution. BIO and MassBio commend Massachusetts’s Senate… Keep reading →

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In general, when discussing global progress on climate change the ideas often floated with respect to the structure of regulating carbon emissions from fossil fuel-fired power generation have two starting points: They either propose a carbon tax on emissions (e.g. Australia before July 1, 2014) – meaning that a price is basically set for the… Keep reading →

Ever since the great financial crisis, financial reformers have pushed banks to prevent future taxpayer bailouts by adopting “bail-in” mechanisms. One increasingly popular strategy, encouraged by the Basel III framework for banking regulation, is for banks to issue “contingent convertible” bonds that convert to ordinary stock if the bank’s capital reserves get too low. It’s… Keep reading →

Experts from a variety of conservation groups will offer their public comments this week about the importance of sustaining Colorado’s rivers as part of the first-ever statewide Colorado Water Plan. They will focus on the benefits of keeping rivers flowing for recreation and tourism, resilient and profitable agriculture and rural communities, and the need for… Keep reading →

Print Management in Government Offices Key to Savings and Compliance

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Automated Methods Increase Security and Reduce Total Cost of Ownership Federal agencies spend close to $1.5 billion annually on employee printing, equating to about 20 billion printed pages a year, according to an industry report.  These statistics alone justify a close look at how to better manage print budgets by automating the print environment.  In… Keep reading →

Notable Solutions announces it is at work in several Veterans’ Administration healthcare facilities across the U.S. including 11 medical centers in the northeast where its flagship solution, NSi™ AutoStore®, provides secure scanning of both administrative and patient records into a shared drive, as well as a secure print system. With access via a PIV card… Keep reading →

The Vermont Office of Child Support (OCS) has launched a new service that allows parents and employers to make child support payments online using credit or debit cards. The EZpay4kids.vt.gov website was developed in partnership with the Vermont Information Consortium, the State’s e-government partner. Available 24/7, this online service is both secure and convenient. People… Keep reading →

The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) is pleased to announce the launch of a new, mobile-first design for Texas.gov, the State’s official website. This mobile-first approach offers users a seamless experience across a wide range of Internet-enabled devices – from mobile phones and tablets to traditional desktop or laptop computers. When Texas.gov is viewed… Keep reading →

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