Business Management - Government/Governmental
The Committee on Rules and Administration reported his nomination to the full Senate on Nov. 18, and he is the 28th person to lead GPO.
Despite the rise in digital payments, cash is still king in uncertain times — but who’s going to print it?
By preparing for the CCPA now, publishers can rest assured that they will be compliant when the law comes into force on New Year’s Day.
The U.S. Senate Rules and Administration Committee voted to move the nomination forward to the full Senate for consideration.
It was the public’s first opportunity to see and hear Hugh Nathanial Halpern, President Trump’s nominee, and hear his thoughts on GPO.
On this episode of The Week that Was, the DOC announced an inquiry into uncoated paper imported from four different countries; we find out how the Wayfair sales tax decision will affect printers; EFI's Frank Tueckmantel joins NAPCO Media; and some final reminders before PRINTING United.
A sales tax exemption based solely on the nexus rules of the “physical presence” of a store ended. How does this affect your company?
President Trump announced his intent to nominate Hugh Nathanial Halpern as director of the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO).
The U.S. Department of Commerce is investigating if uncoated paper rolls from Australia, Brazil, China, and Indonesia are being dumped.
Quad has agreed to pay nearly $10 million in a settlement to resolve charges that it violated the Foreign Corrupt Practice Act (FCPA).