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The Guardian | April 14, 2020
The US government agreed a $25bn bailout for the beleaguered airline industry on Tuesday as the coronavirus pandemic brings travel to a virtual standstill. Passenger airline companies are receiving direct aid as part of the $2.2tn Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (Cares Act) economic relief package passed last month in order to allow them to continue paying salaries and benefits to employees in the coming months. Details of the aid package are expected later on Tuesday. With th...
CGI Federal | September 01, 2022
As federal agencies modernize their systems to process intragovernmental Buy/Sell transactions, CGI Federal has upgraded nearly 20 federal government clients in the past year to the latest versions of its ERP solution Momentum®, providing customers the functionality needed to comply with the latest federal mandates. This upgrade allows federal agencies to fully interact with the new U.S. Treasury Government-Invoicing (G-Invoicing) platform with full serviceability for their mission-critical ...
Valneva | December 24, 2021
Valneva SE , a specialty vaccine company, today announced that it is in advanced discussions, with Scottish Enterprise, for a multi-million pound grant which will enable it to fully complete its strategic manufacturing site in Livingston, Scotland.
Following the termination of the supply agreement with the UK Government (HMG) for Valneva’s inactivated COVID-19 vaccine candidate, VLA2001, Valneva paused its site plans. Valneva and Scottish Enterprise have since engaged in a h...
Money Control | January 30, 2020
The United States government is reviving its push to convince companies to build backdoors into smartphones, which it claims would give law enforcement agencies easy access to the data, and help them to prevent terrorist plots and mass shootings in the country. However, companies like Apple have refused to cooperate. At the same time, critics have also spoken out against the government having easy access to private data as it defeats the purpose of encryption....
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