Remaining in the UK after Brexit: Essential Settlement Guidance for EU Nationals

Newland Chase

An estimated 3.7 million people are citizens of other European Union countries and currently live and work in the United Kingdom – many calling the UK home for years. They work in virtually every private and public sector of the economy, pay taxes, buy and consume the goods sold by local shops, own and rent homes and businesses, educate their children in the local schools, and otherwise participate in British life alongside UK citizens.
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Since fiscal 2014, about 71 percent of the governmentwide information technology budget has been spent on federal contracting. At that rate, Bloomberg Government expects a slight dip in IT spending to $58 billion in fiscal 2018 from $59 billion in fiscal 2017 and an increase to $60 billion in fiscal 2019.

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QED-C An Industry-Government Partnership to Grow a Competitive U.S. Quantum Industry

The National Academies

The Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable hosted a webinar to discuss the Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C), which was established in 2018 by the National Quantum Initiative Act. With support from the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) and more than 50 companies with a stake in quantum technologies, the QED-C mission is to strengthen U.S. leadership in the quantum technology industry.
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Brexit and the UK Economy

tutor2u

Here is the video from a revision webinar on the possible effects of Brexit on the UK economy.
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How to Fast Track Your £10k Government Backed Funding

Smarta

A Smarta Start Up Loans business webinar with Smarta's head of Marketing Nima Kafai and Austin Blaylock, founder of Bluestack Digital.
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Fundamentals of the FAR

Govology

This webinar, led by experienced government contracting attorney Maria Panichelli, will cover the basic function and structure of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (the FAR). We will begin with a brief description of the history of the FAR and its development as the governing law of federal procurement. After that, we will walk the audience through the organization of the FAR. Using real-world examples, this presentation will walk you through the organization and structure of the FAR, with a special focus on the regulations governing the submission and evaluation of proposals.
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Spotlight

Since fiscal 2014, about 71 percent of the governmentwide information technology budget has been spent on federal contracting. At that rate, Bloomberg Government expects a slight dip in IT spending to $58 billion in fiscal 2018 from $59 billion in fiscal 2017 and an increase to $60 billion in fiscal 2019.

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