Involving Youth in Government Decision-making

UK Open Government Network

Openness is more than the mere act of publishing data and information. It also means being more open to different cultures and people, to a diversity of views, and to new ways of thinking. As Government Chair of the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Steering Committee, the Government of Canada has organized a webinar series on the topic of inclusive open government.
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Data derived from CPSC Submersion Report provides estimates and averages for drowning injuries and deaths. The report estimates pool and spa deaths involving children younger than 15 years of age between 2011 and 2013; for injuries for the same age group, annual estimates are derived from years 2011-2013.

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Government vs. Commercial Contracting: A Regulatory Overview

Thompson Information Services

Contracting with the U.S. government can be profitable. But it can also be risky. Winning and keeping federal contracts involves strict procedures, including specific wages and fringe benefits that you must offer employees and subcontractors. Plus, if a government client changes (or cancels) your contract, it’s critical to know your rights and how to exercise them.
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Unlocking the Value of Social in Government

hootsuite

Social media has transformed how citizens engage with their governments—but the journey has only just begun. To capture the full value of social, governments are now integrating social initiatives across their organization.
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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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State and Local Government Webinar 2011

Federal Communications Commission

The Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau’s Office of Intergovernmental Affairs (IGA) is staffing a special series of interactive web events. These outreach webinars are designed to share vital information about Commission actions and priorities and improve federal/state dialogue and information sharing.
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Spotlight

Data derived from CPSC Submersion Report provides estimates and averages for drowning injuries and deaths. The report estimates pool and spa deaths involving children younger than 15 years of age between 2011 and 2013; for injuries for the same age group, annual estimates are derived from years 2011-2013.

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