Unclaimed Property: Why Your Company Can't Afford NOT to Be in Compliance

LORMAN

This live webinar is designed for accountants, CFOs, controllers, accounts payable professionals, tax managers, presidents, vice presidents, bookkeepers and tax preparers.
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This ten minute video about the three main branches of the US government. It features a narrator and there isn't any other images to help students understand. Best as a brief overview.

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Government Social Trends You Can Put Into Practice In 2019

hootsuite

Social media enables government agencies from local to national to better inform and engage with communities. However, there are unique challenges government agencies will need to overcome in 2019. For example, 20 of the 28 markets in the Edelman Trust Barometer lie in distruster territory meaning governments around the world have a lot of work to do.
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Marketing to the U.S. Government

RCCD PTAC

Join us on Thursday, March 7th, and learn how to attract the largest buyer in the United States! Market research is conducted by the government to find qualified private sector businesses – stand out from the crowd by applying the knowledge from this webinar hosted by the Riverside Procurement Technical Assistance Center. Our Director, Julie Padilla will share her 10+ years of experience to help you to navigate the confusing landscape of procurement marketing.
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A new open source library for local government digital services

Digital Leaders

Join the discussion between Dr Mark Thompson, a key architect of the UK government’s open IT strategy, Director of Strategy at Methods Digital, and senior lecturer at Cambridge Judge Business School and Richard Friend, Director of Customer Success at Jadu, a Web Experience Management software company to discuss the launch of the new Jadu library.
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Government vs. Commercial Contracting: A Regulatory Overview

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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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This ten minute video about the three main branches of the US government. It features a narrator and there isn't any other images to help students understand. Best as a brief overview.

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