2019 Election Preparation Webinar

Wisconsin Elections Commission

Spring elections are right around the corner and this webinar will provide users with information on what and how to prepare for upcoming elections in WisVote. Topics will include basic election set-up tasks such as election plans, polling places, contests and candidates. We will also touch on frequently questioned topics including Reg List Alerts, Ineligible Voter List and DMV checks. Materials for the webinar will be posted today.
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Spotlight

Polk's From Poverty to Promise: A Simulation event on February 24, 2016, was designed to help participants begin to understand what it might be like to live in a typical low-income family trying to survive from month to month. It is a simulation, not a game. The object is to sensitize participants to the realities faced by people living in a limited resource situation. This experience may not always reflect the lives of these families nor is it comprehensive, but a glimpse into some of the real life issues faced. The goal of this one-day event is to understand poverty in Polk County and stimulate a cohesive and unified approach to alleviate poverty-related issues; for example, connecting city planners to healthcare professionals, or social service agencies with businesses. The planning group for this event consists of members from the United Way of Central Florida, Polk Vision, Florida Department of Health in Polk County, Board of County Commissioners Indigent Health Care Division, Board of County Commissioners Social Services Division, Heartland for Children, Healthy Start Coalition, Central Florida Health Care, and UF/IFAS Extension Polk County.

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An Insider’s View of Government Cloud

Bloomberg Government

Now more than six months since the White House released its governmentwide cloud strategy, ‘Cloud Smart,’ federal agencies are finding new ways to support their journeys to the cloud, generate cost savings, and improve security. Fortunately, agencies aren’t on their own, with agencies like the General Services Administration working to develop shared services and best practices to support cloud adoption.
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Cost Allowability in Government Contracting

Centre Law Group

When pricing US Government contracts based on cost, a contractor must identify and segregate unallowable costs, regardless of the contract type. When billing flexibly-priced contracts, unallowable costs must be excluded from all claimed cost – both direct and indirect costs. FAR Part 31, Contract cost principles and procedures proscribe the requirements for cost allowability. In this course, you will gain an understanding of FAR Part 31 applicability, record keeping requirements; and, key points associated with the each of the contract cost principles.
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2018 Federal Contracting Webinar

CVM Solutions

CVM Solutions discusses new changes to the Federal Small Business Program and how those changes impact your supplier diversity and federal contracting program.
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IoT: Key Considerations for Driving Digital Value in Government

gartner

Internet of Things (IoT) has become one of the most hyped expressions in technology across industries, including government. In order to win IoT government engagements, your organization must understand today's IoT landscape challenges and opportunities. In this webinar for services providers doing business in government agencies, we will highlight the latest IoT trends and reveal success factors for your IoT solutions.
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Spotlight

Polk's From Poverty to Promise: A Simulation event on February 24, 2016, was designed to help participants begin to understand what it might be like to live in a typical low-income family trying to survive from month to month. It is a simulation, not a game. The object is to sensitize participants to the realities faced by people living in a limited resource situation. This experience may not always reflect the lives of these families nor is it comprehensive, but a glimpse into some of the real life issues faced. The goal of this one-day event is to understand poverty in Polk County and stimulate a cohesive and unified approach to alleviate poverty-related issues; for example, connecting city planners to healthcare professionals, or social service agencies with businesses. The planning group for this event consists of members from the United Way of Central Florida, Polk Vision, Florida Department of Health in Polk County, Board of County Commissioners Indigent Health Care Division, Board of County Commissioners Social Services Division, Heartland for Children, Healthy Start Coalition, Central Florida Health Care, and UF/IFAS Extension Polk County.

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