Guidelines and Considerations When Terminating Government Contracts

lorman

Terminations are the not-so-happy endings to construction contracts. A termination occurs when the owner decides to stop a project before it is complete. This is a right that lies solely with the owner unless otherwise specified in the contract - at best, a contractor can abandon a contract if the owner breaches it.
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Spotlight

All significant assumptions, policy decisions, events, and identified risks, as of February 2016, have been considered in preparing the plan. The performance measures presented are consistent with the Taxpayer Accountability Principles, BC Housing’s mandate and goals, and focus on aspects critical to the organization’s performance. The targets in this plan have been determined based on an assessment of BC Housing’s operating environment, forecast conditions, risk assessment and past performance.

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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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A New Political Reality: President-Elect Trump & Public Policy Issues — What Should You Expect?

WorldatWork

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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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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2017 American Community Survey Statistics

U.S. Department of Commerce

The U.S. Census Bureau will hold a webinar on Sept. 6 from 1-2 p.m. in advance of the Sept. 13 release of the 2017 American Community Survey statistics. The webinar will show participants how to access new data and online resources from the 2017 American Community Survey.
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Spotlight

All significant assumptions, policy decisions, events, and identified risks, as of February 2016, have been considered in preparing the plan. The performance measures presented are consistent with the Taxpayer Accountability Principles, BC Housing’s mandate and goals, and focus on aspects critical to the organization’s performance. The targets in this plan have been determined based on an assessment of BC Housing’s operating environment, forecast conditions, risk assessment and past performance.

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