City of Albuquerque

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The City of Albuquerque is the municipal government of the largest city in the state of New Mexico. The City's 6,000+ employees serve Albuquerque's 559,000 residents through 26 departments ranging from Animal Welfare to Technology & Innovation.

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U.S. FARMERS STILL DEPENDENT ON TRADE AID AFTER CHINA DEAL

Reuters | March 11, 2020

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As U.S. President Donald Trump touted the signing of a U.S.-China trade deal in January, he told cash-strapped farmers they would soon need bigger tractors and “a little more land” to meet additional Chinese demand for U.S. agricultural goods. His administration assured farmers that they would no longer need the billions in aid the government had provided to offset their losses from the trade war Trump launched with China in 2017. Now, with Chinese buying of most farm goods still lag...

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CFIUS RULES FINALIZED FOR REVIEWING FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN U.S.

CFIUS | January 13, 2020

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New regulations for how the federal government reviews foreign investment in the U.S., including private equity and real estate transactions, were finalized Monday by the Treasury Department. The rules, which become effective Feb. 13, were mandated by the bipartisan Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018 that expanded the ability of the federal government's interagency Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, or CFIUS, to review transactions based on the degree...

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PRESIDENT TRUMP SIGNS EXECUTIVE ORDER TEMPORARILY SUSPENDING WORK VISAS FOR H-1B HOLDERS

Tech Crunch | June 23, 2020

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President Donald Trump signed an executive order temporarily halting work visas like the H-1B visa program for highly-skilled workers, cutting off a critical source of foreign labor for tech companies already complaining about tech talent shortages. Visa-holders already in the U.S. and those applicants who have already received a visa are exempt from the ban. The restrictions are intended to last until the end of the year, which would disrupt the government’s typical process of awarding ne...

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AVEPOINT ONLINE SERVICES FOR THE US GOVERNMENT RECEIVES FEDRAMP APPROVAL

AvePoint | April 06, 2021

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AvePoint, the leading supplier of data storage systems for the Microsoft cloud, announced today that the AvePoint Online Services cloud platform has received FedRAMP authorization. AvePoint Online Services' security controls have been rigorously tested, and its SaaS solutions have been certified for use in all federal agencies at the moderate impact level. AvePoint Online Services is a software-as-a-service solution for migrating, maintaining, and securing data ...

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U.S. FARMERS STILL DEPENDENT ON TRADE AID AFTER CHINA DEAL

Reuters | March 11, 2020

As U.S. President Donald Trump touted the signing of a U.S.-China trade deal in January, he told cash-strapped farmers they would soon need bigger tractors and “a little more land” to meet additional Chinese demand for U.S. agricultural goods. His administration assured farmers that they would no longer need the billions in aid the government had provided to offset their losses from the trade war Trump launched with China in 2017. Now, with Chinese buying of most farm goods still lag...

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CFIUS RULES FINALIZED FOR REVIEWING FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN U.S.

CFIUS | January 13, 2020

New regulations for how the federal government reviews foreign investment in the U.S., including private equity and real estate transactions, were finalized Monday by the Treasury Department. The rules, which become effective Feb. 13, were mandated by the bipartisan Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018 that expanded the ability of the federal government's interagency Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, or CFIUS, to review transactions based on the degree...

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PRESIDENT TRUMP SIGNS EXECUTIVE ORDER TEMPORARILY SUSPENDING WORK VISAS FOR H-1B HOLDERS

Tech Crunch | June 23, 2020

President Donald Trump signed an executive order temporarily halting work visas like the H-1B visa program for highly-skilled workers, cutting off a critical source of foreign labor for tech companies already complaining about tech talent shortages. Visa-holders already in the U.S. and those applicants who have already received a visa are exempt from the ban. The restrictions are intended to last until the end of the year, which would disrupt the government’s typical process of awarding ne...

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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

AVEPOINT ONLINE SERVICES FOR THE US GOVERNMENT RECEIVES FEDRAMP APPROVAL

AvePoint | April 06, 2021

AvePoint, the leading supplier of data storage systems for the Microsoft cloud, announced today that the AvePoint Online Services cloud platform has received FedRAMP authorization. AvePoint Online Services' security controls have been rigorously tested, and its SaaS solutions have been certified for use in all federal agencies at the moderate impact level. AvePoint Online Services is a software-as-a-service solution for migrating, maintaining, and securing data ...

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