Business Management - Government/Governmental
The GPO distributed more than three million Federal publications during the agency’s first week of being on emergency status.
The latest from Washington, D.C., on the legislative and regulatory responses to mitigate the economic consequences of COVID-19. Find out what bills have passed, descriptions of key provisions impacting print and packaging, and gain access to compliance resources and Federal agency guidance. Track the industry’s federal advocacy efforts on your behalf and receive timely grassroots…
The business group is imploring members of Congress to provide USPS with adequate emergency funding in the Coronavirus relief package.
COVID-19’s effect on the economy has been sudden and profound. There’s no reason to go it alone. Here are some suggestions.
Pennsylvania mandated that all nonessential businesses close and it appears that more states may soon follow.
As a result of changes made to fall protection requirements, Washington State has continued to update state regulations.
PIA has submitted a formal request to urge Congress to act on the creation of a federal emergency leave plan as soon as possible.
The Department of Labor announced new guidance outlining flexibilities states have in administering unemployment insurance programs.
EPA is taking action to understand PFAS and set regulatory limits. SGIA urges EPA to only add PFAS chemicals on an individual basis.
On Jan. 29, Vice President Mike Pence swore in new Government Publishing Office (GPO) Director Hugh Nathanial Halpern.