The U.S. Ban on Forced Labor Imports

Assent Compliance

President Obama has slammed shut a legal backdoor allowing importers of forced labor goods to place their products on the U.S. market. His government’s new law, the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act 2015, has closed a loophole in the U.S. Tariff Act of 1930 that allowed forced labor imports in cases where consumer demand could not be met through alternative means. The bill was signed into law on February 24th and takes effect in early March.
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Illegal wildlife trade drives species like the African elephant to the brink of extinction. Learn how Interior is helping to protect this iconic species for future generations.


Engaging local governments in urban humanitarian response


Presented by MercyCorps, this webinar focused on the topic of engaging with local governments in urban humanitarian response. Andras Beszterczey shared Mercy Corp's lessons learned, outlined recommendations and answerd questions sent in by viewers. Mercy Corps engaging with local governments

Understanding & Navigating Government Contracting Policies

Assent Compliance

In this interview-style webinar, Assent’s General Counsel, Travis Miller, talks to Glenn Sweatt, Counsel at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP’s Government Contracts & Disputes Practice, about the policies and legislation that regulate government contracting and what companies can do to stay up to date with changing requirements.

Going Green and Saving Green. Operating a Paperless Nonprofit Organization

Accufund Inc

During this on-demand webinar, Going Green and Saving Green. Operating a Paperless Nonprofit, we will identify systems, procedures and technology your organization can benefit from to minimize the time and resources needed to manage the paperwork that comes into, passes within, and exits your organization…

Tax Day 2016: Do you know where your tax dollar went

National Priorities Project

Do you know how your tax dollars are spent? Join National Priorities Project for this free webinar to see a breakdown of how the federal government spent each of your income tax dollars last year. You'll also learn several key things you should know about Tax Day, including: how tax dollars come back to your community, how much individuals and corporations contribute to the federal government, and how key tax breaks benefit the wealthy, corporations, and working families.