CEO Brief: Policy, Strategy and Trends in Local Government Law

LLG

LLG free Chief Executive update webinar provides an essential round-up of current issues in the local authority legal world. The webinar will look at what's going on in local government, legal reform, recent cases of interest, Brexit, news from the Local Government Association and the Local Government Ombudsman, thinking around policy including details of any Government consultations, plus an overview of what's in the press.
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Spotlight

From the Stonewall Inn, to the Furies Collective, to the home of civil rights hero Bayard Rustin, we've recognized important historical LGBT sites, and our work has only just begun. During this Pride month we salute all LGBT Americans; we recognize our shared history, and our continued work toward equality, and we encourage you to get outside and find your park. This June we invite LGBT Americans to show their Pride by visiting our public lands and waters, and by posting your photos on your social media using the hashtags #ImOUTdoors and #findyourpark. Happy Pride!


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How to Win the Competitive War for Federal Dollars

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Federal IT spending is set to reach $94.4 billion by the year 2020. Agencies are focused on increasing effectiveness and reducing unnecessary spending to make the most of their IT budgets. Whether you’re a small business, an 8A firm or the government solutions division of a major commercial firm, federal contractors looking to capitalize on available funds need the right information, teams and solutions to meet contractual obligations and replicate past success.

National Science Foundation: Data and Grant Resources

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This webinar will give an overview of the National Science Foundation, or NSF, website. The two main areas covered will be (1) accessing NSF-sponsored statistics and (2) understanding the NSF’s grantmaking structure. The NSF is the main government unit funding and studying the nation’s science and technology development. The NSF collects and disseminates statistical data on state science and technology indicators and science and engineering research in higher education. And, have you seen those notes that say “Funded in part by the NSF” or something similar? That’s the National Science Foundation at work. They are the largest U. S. federal agency that funds research on all science and technology except for human health. Any campus with faculty in the research sciences (chemistry, physics, computer science, biology, technology, and more) has reason to be interested in the NSF. So whether you are interested in supporting statistical needs about U.S. science or supporting faculty researchers when they are looking for NSF funding, this session will give you a starting place!

Smoothing the Transition to Retirement

federal employees can do to make the most of their retirement. This viewcast will focus on understanding the balancing act between federal retirement benefits, Social Security, Insurance and the Thrift Savings Plan. It also will clear up common misperceptions about planning for retirement involving such issues as taxes, long-term care planning, survivor benefits and Medicare.

Internal audit’s role in Tribal Government transformation

Bakertilly

Tribal governments operate in a challenging environment. Not only are they involved in public service delivery – health, safety, housing, education – but there is also responsibility for economic development, business operations and oversight. To ensure a bright future, Tribal governments are consistently making strategic decisions, executing large projects, and making significant budget decisions.

Spotlight

From the Stonewall Inn, to the Furies Collective, to the home of civil rights hero Bayard Rustin, we've recognized important historical LGBT sites, and our work has only just begun. During this Pride month we salute all LGBT Americans; we recognize our shared history, and our continued work toward equality, and we encourage you to get outside and find your park. This June we invite LGBT Americans to show their Pride by visiting our public lands and waters, and by posting your photos on your social media using the hashtags #ImOUTdoors and #findyourpark. Happy Pride!

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