Business Management - Government/Governmental
Hugh Halpern, director of the Government Publishing Office, talked with us about the latest technology developments at GPO, and more.
In spring of this year, the US Congress passed the Postal Service Reform Act of 2022 (PSRA), which President Biden then signed into law. The bill provides some much-needed relief to the US Postal Service (USPS), which will ease the tremendous financial burden the USPS has faced over the last decade. “The Postal Reform Act…
On this episode of The Week that Was, we discuss paper shortage coverage; PRINTING United Alliance offered an update on a recent hearing regarding the newly proposed American Data Privacy and Protection Act; and Bill Farquharson expands upon three common phrases.
PRINTING United Alliance has urged a national uniform standard to achieve a federal legislative solution to data privacy protection.
From June 15 through the end of September, employers in Washington will be required to outdoor heat exposure.
OSHA initiated a new enforcement program to identify employers who failed to submit injury and illness data as required by regulation.
The GPO presented appropriations requests to Congress, marking the second time in a decade that GPO has requested an increase in funds.
If signed into law, they would benefit the printing industry by alleviating the need for Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) laws.