2017-18 Australian Federal Budget Webinar Aussie Expat Edition

Atlas Wealth Management

This dust has now settled after the Australian Government handed down the 2017-18 Federal Budget. In this webinar, we run through the major changes that relate to Australian expats and how these changes may affect them.
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Federal and State government agencies looking for Publishing and ePublishing solutions frequently face similar issues. Our understanding of their requirements is based on many full lifecycle implementations, responses to multiple RFPs, presentations made at pre-solicitation conferences, and our discussions/demonstrations with some of the key stakeholders during the RFI stage of multiple solicitations.


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Irrigation Association - Post Election Webinar

Irrigation Association

IA Government Affairs staff takes a look at the federal and state election results and what the irrigation industry can expect from President-Elect Trump's Administration.

Open Government Law and Adopting Local Laws

New York State Association of Counties

The requirement of the state open meeting laws and oter relevent statutes are detailed in this secion of the orientation program. The responsibilities and legal requirements of county elected and appointed officials to "govern in the sunshine" is discussed. Adoption Local Laws: Legal Responsibilities and Requirements. The powers granted to local elected officials under the state's municipal home rule law, the county law, and other relevant statutes are discussed. The presentation focuses on the procedures and requirements that must be followed by county legislative bodies to enact local laws.

YEAR OF THE MONKEY: COMPLIANCE TO REMAIN A MONKEY ON GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS' BACKS

Federal Government Contract Training

A new year brings new opportunities and new challenges. The coming year, 2016, is no different. It is the Year of the Monkey and government contractors should not monkey around with their compliance challenges. In this webinar, an experienced government contracts attorney and government contracts consultant will cover the major compliance changes and obstacles contractors faced in 2015, including continued supply chain, counterfeit parts, and anti-human trafficking requirements. The presenters will also cover the monumental shift in how professional services schedule contracts are handled and how GSA now monitors compliance with a number of schedule contract requirements. The presenters will then look ahead and give their opinions on what changes 2016 is likely to bring in the way of compliance. Limited to the first 500 Registrants. This program is not available for CLE, CPE, CLP or other credits as a live program.

SLLC Supreme Court Preview

National League of Cities

Despite being down a Justice, the Supreme Court has already agreed to decide many cases of interest to state and local government during its 2016-2017 term. Join Misha Tseytlin, Wisconsin Solicitor General, who will argue a takings case this term, Deepak Gupta, Gupta Wessler, who will write an amicus brief for the State and Local Legal Center in a fair housing case, and Amy Howe, reporter, SCOTUSblog in a discussion of the most interesting and important cases for state and local government granted so far.

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Federal and State government agencies looking for Publishing and ePublishing solutions frequently face similar issues. Our understanding of their requirements is based on many full lifecycle implementations, responses to multiple RFPs, presentations made at pre-solicitation conferences, and our discussions/demonstrations with some of the key stakeholders during the RFI stage of multiple solicitations.

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