So what progress has been made? In January 2022, EU Member States published their first-ever Web Accessibility Directive – Monitoring Reports assess progress against the web accessibility directive. In addition, Capgemini has piloted large-scale web accessibility assessments under the 2021 e-government benchmark and 2022 (coming soon). It is clear fromRead More →

Posted 4 hours ago Proposed by Musim Mas Singapore, February 15, 2022 /CSRwire/ – Palm oil major, Musim Mas Group (Musim Mas or “the Group”), Switzerland’s top-ranked university Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zurich (ETH Zurich) and IPB University (or the Pertanian Bogor Institute) in Indonesia, are delighted to announce a researchRead More →

The government’s proposed unemployment insurance program would also cover people with medical conditions, but it faces strong opposition from left and right, writes Justin Giovannetti. 100,000 New Zealanders lose their jobs every year in what can be a costly and heartbreaking experience. It could be a little easier. The governmentRead More →

NEWLAND – The Avery County Economic Development Committee held its first New Year’s meeting on Tuesday, January 25. The EDC, dedicated to serving and supporting the growth of the region, began by nominating and voting for the positions of President, Vice President and Secretary. Ken Walter remains committee chair, ClaytonRead More →

The U.S. Economic Development Administration describes economic resilience as the ability to avoid, withstand, and recover from major disruption or economic downturn caused by major economic change, natural disaster, closure of a military base or the loss of a major employer. We could also add the pandemic to this list.Read More →

LONOKE, ARKANSAS— During a tour of the Remington munitions plant, U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) applauded the success of the company’s Lonoke plant and its investment in the community. “Remington has successfully overcome the current economic challenges to grow its business in Lonoke, employ more hard-working Arkansans and produce aRead More →

Finance Minister Chris Saunders’ 2022-23 budget (CNS): Finance Minister Chris Saunders said the decision to consider issuing a US$400 million bullet bond in US capital markets will allow the government to restructure public debt on a more long term and will provide the flexibility it will need to respond toRead More →

Parties to a long-standing Indigenous child welfare system dispute still negotiate as their self-imposed deadline comes and goes. In its recent economic statement, released earlier this month, the federal government committed $ 40 billion to first nations child welfare. The government has set aside the money to cover the costRead More →

SYDNEY, December 21, 2021 – The Republic of the Marshall Islands can increase household incomes, increase employment and economic growth by focusing on the health and education of its people, improving the quality of public spending and maximizing the benefits of key sectors like fishing, according to the new WorldRead More →

Flags of the Gabungan Party Sarawak are visible in Kuching on December 11, 2021. – Photo by Bernama ASAJAYA, December 11 – Economic development, in particular through the tourism industry and entrepreneurship, aimed at offering a better quality of life to the population, will continue to be at the centerRead More →

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EDD Secretary Alicia J. Keyes EDD News: SANTA FE – New Mexico Department of Economic Development (EDD) Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes told lawmakers on Thursday that New Mexico’s vision for the economic future is to have a diverse economy and robust that engages local talent, cultivates innovation and deliversRead More →

On Monday, November 15, Governor Andy Beshear and US Representative Harold “Hal” Rogers announced $ 9.18 million in funding under the Abandoned Mine Land Economic Revitalization (AMLER) program for economic development projects in 10 counties in eastern Kentucky, including Perry County. “When completed, these projects will help support local communitiesRead More →

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ / Press Release) – Governor Andy Beshear and U.S. Representative Harold “Hal” Rogers (KY-05) have announced $ 9.18 million in funding under the Abandoned Mine (AMLER) program. Land Economic Revitalization) for economic development projects in 10 Eastern European countries. counties of Kentucky. “When completed, these projects willRead More →

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