G-Cloud - The future for Government procurement

InTechnology

In our latest webcast, Peter Nailer discusses the G-Cloud framework, how the framework was established, why it is needed, and common mistakes to avoid when using it.
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This budget will raise more total property taxes than last year’s budget by an amount of $44,027,644 which is a 10.27 percent increase from last year’s budget. The property tax revenue to be raised from new property added to the tax roll this year is $12,579,588. Of the $44,027,644 in added property tax revenue, $25,217,021 will be used in the City’s General Fund for essential City services such as Police, Fire, Streets, Parks & Recreation and Code Enforcement. The remaining $18,810,623 will be used for debt service payments on debt issued for capital projects. The City’s FY 2016 Adopted Budget includes a reduction in the City’s property tax rate. The members of the San Antonio City Council voted on the Ordinance adopting the City of San Antonio FY 2016 Budget as shown on the “Agenda Voting Results” sheets attached to this Budget Cover Page as Attachment I, which is made a part hereof for all purposes.

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An introduction to government and environmental regulation in Australia for international students

The University of Queensland

This 53 minute lecture is aimed at international students studying planning and environmental courses at a university level in Australia. It provides a brief overview of the four levels of government: international; national/Australian; State/Territory; and local government.
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Goof-Proof Your Federal Grant Budgets

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That’s what the Office of Management and Budget and its federal agency colleagues have to say about your federal grant budget in the uniform grant policy document, sometimes called the “Super Circular.” What they don’t say as clearly is how that budget should be prepared and supported, how it will be reviewed and approved by awarding agencies, and how it must be managed during post-award.
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A New Political Reality: President-Elect Trump & Public Policy Issues — What Should You Expect?

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Now that America has hired a new president and congress, how will they influence total rewards public policy issues? Will president-elect Donald Trump keep the promises he made on the campaign trail? Who will the new key leaders be in the Trump Administration at the Department of Labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and other agencies charged with enforcing workplace regulations? And what will Congress prioritize in terms of workplace issues?
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Public contracting for social impact bonds

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Public contracting for social impact bonds (SIBs) is different to other agreements such as fee-for-service or grants. Unlike a standard services contract, which specifies in detail how services are to be provided, an outcomes-based contract will typically set out the outcomes to be achieved by the provider and the framework for when payments will be made.
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This budget will raise more total property taxes than last year’s budget by an amount of $44,027,644 which is a 10.27 percent increase from last year’s budget. The property tax revenue to be raised from new property added to the tax roll this year is $12,579,588. Of the $44,027,644 in added property tax revenue, $25,217,021 will be used in the City’s General Fund for essential City services such as Police, Fire, Streets, Parks & Recreation and Code Enforcement. The remaining $18,810,623 will be used for debt service payments on debt issued for capital projects. The City’s FY 2016 Adopted Budget includes a reduction in the City’s property tax rate. The members of the San Antonio City Council voted on the Ordinance adopting the City of San Antonio FY 2016 Budget as shown on the “Agenda Voting Results” sheets attached to this Budget Cover Page as Attachment I, which is made a part hereof for all purposes.

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