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Shulman Rogers' Fall 2014 GovCon Compliance Brief

This Fall’s GovCon Compliance Brief focuses on the various 2014 Executive Orders impacting contractors and subcontractors relationships with their workforce.  For more, please click here.

Procurement Fraud

AP: California's health insurance exchange awarded $184 million in no-bid contracts

LOS ANGELES (AP) — California’s health insurance exchange has awarded $184 million in contracts without the competitive bidding and oversight that is standard practice across state government, including deals that sent millions of dollars to a firm whose employees have long-standing ties to the agency’s executive director. 886 more words


CIU111 - A Government Perspective

This week in CIU111 we took a look at an interview with David Hagerty (the General Manager of CADRE Design).  David touches on CADRE’s approach to training via the use of interactive videos before delving into what it is like working with government clients.   512 more words


Not-For-Profit Exception to the Minimum Wage Executive Order for Chicago City Contractors

In early September of 2014, Mayor Rahm Emanuel issued an Executive Order (No. 2014-1) mandating that all City concessionaires, contractors, and their subcontractors pay their staff members, who work on City contracts or concessions, a minimum wage of at least $13.00 per hour in salary or, if they receive gratuities, in salary plus gratuities.   15 more words

Government Contracts

Why it's important to articulate the EU's public procurement opportunity online

As the European Commission has outlined: “Public procurement affects a substantial share of world trade flows, amounting to € 1000 billion per year. It also makes up a significant part of national economies: 10-25% of gross domestic product (GDP). 391 more words

John Grimley

Public Affairs in Europe is increasingly moving online

According to a recent article in EurActiv: “Public affairs in Europe is increasingly moving online to reach EU policy makers, linking their campaigns to what high-level official of the EU Commission, Robert Madelin, called the ‘creation of a digital public service’ on Thursday (19 June).  476 more words

John Grimley

Bradley & Company, Albion Works, Bilston

Bradley & Company Ltd was established in 1872 by Walter Smith Bradley at the ‘Albion Works’ in Mount Pleasant, Bilston. The name ‘Beldray’ (an anagram of ‘Bradley’) was used as the trade-mark for the company originally.  327 more words

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