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What are Exclusions?

An exclusion begins with an initial inspection. A wildlife expert must locate any and all entry points or possible entry points of a home or building to determine how the animals are entering. 110 more words

Wildlife Removal

You’re Out! The OIG Finalizes Revisions to its Medicare and Medicaid Exclusion Authority

On Thursday, January 12, 2017, the Office of Inspector General at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (OIG) finalized its revisions to its rules for excluding individuals and businesses from participation in Federal Health Care Program, i.e. 725 more words

Policy/Regulatory

Excluding suppliers based on poor past performance

All of the UK has now transposed the new EU Public Sector Directive 2014. One of the existing provisions is that buyers now have a discretionary right to exclude suppliers based on poor past performance. 557 more words

General Procurement

More Exclusions in 2014/15

The government has just published the latest data on exclusions, both fixed term and permanent. The evidence covers the year 2014/15. Sadly, it shows a rising trend in permanent exclusions in both the secondary and special school sectors. 455 more words

Education

Let's be consistent with funding exclusions - but how about not excluding kids in the process!

I read a Delaware Online opinion piece this morning and I wanted to comment. I do believe the funding exclusions should be consistent throughout the state. 161 more words

You read it here first

The BBC Education page is carrying an interesting story today about exclusions as if it is news. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-37340042 Regular readers of this blog will of course know that the data under discussion in the BBC piece first appeared on the DfE web site way back in July of this year and was featured in a blog post here on the 23rd July 2016. 369 more words

Education

Southern California Earthquake Risk Increases; Most Homeowners Uninsured

A sudden flurry of minor earthquakes at the tip of the San Andreas Fault has seismologists worried that the “Big One” could be triggered, the Los Angeles Times reports. 468 more words

Homeowners