Business Management - Government/Governmental
Passed Tuesday evening, the bill awaits signature from President Biden to be signed into law, marking the first piece of major postal reform legislation that has been passed in more than 15 years. This essential legislation ensures the USPS can continue to serve as a critical component of America’s infrastructure.
PRINTING United Alliance applauds the U.S. House of Representatives for passing the bipartisan Postal Service Reform Act (HR 3076) Tuesday evening to support vital mail and package delivery for American consumers and businesses across the country.
Heightened enforcement in cannabis consumer packaged goods inspections has begun to create issues for dispensaries in Arizona.
On July 27, 2021, the CDC announced new recommendations for vaccinated people in the continuing effort to control the spread of COVID-19.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued guidance stating that fully-vaccinated people can be indoors without masks. The latest guidance reiterates that employers may set their own masking requirements independent of CDC guidelines.
The President’s vision notably redefines traditional “T&I” (transportation & infrastructure) bills, which generally focus on highways, bridges, ports, airports, and transit systems, into a wide-ranging proposal that the White House estimates will cost the federal government $2 trillion over 15 years.
On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed H.R. 1319, the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) passed by Congress one day earlier, into law. ARPA is the sixth major COVID-19 response legislation to become law since the spring of 2020.
If your printing company employs fewer than 20 workers, Wednesday, Feb. 24 marked the start of a two-week window during which lenders will be exclusively servicing micro-businesses seeking loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
PRINTING United Alliance announces its partnership with IT Strategies on an initiative to provide the printing industry with a comprehensive taxonomy designed to address the printing industry’s under-representation in government statistics and to help prepare the printing industry for growing business in the future.
On Jan. 21, President Biden issued an Executive Order focused on OSHA’s approach to managing COVID-19. The Executive Order on Protecting Worker Health and Safety requires federal OSHA to take certain actions regarding its approach to issuing guidance, regulations, and enforcing existing regulations.