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FISMA at Year 10: How To Ensure Continued Information Security Management at the Federal, State and Local Level
For 10 years, the requirements of FISMA have raised significant compliance and security concerns for federal agencies. For state and local governments, where budgetary concerns are matched only by ever-increasing...
Understand the rules and requirements applicable to federal grant and cooperative agreement funds.This topic will provide you with a strong understanding of the rules and requirements applicable to federal grant and...
Learn how to run an effective parking system in your community that considers revenue and customer service tradeoffs. An improperly run parking system, perhaps more than any other public asset, has a very real impact...
Live Webinar June 21, 2022 1:00pm EST
CPE credit available
Despite over 50 years of emergency management experience, many jurisdictions are still unsure if their plans are adequate to deal with disaster. This is largely a result of focusing on the development of plans that...
Terminations are the not-so-happy endings to construction contracts. A termination occurs when the owner decides to stop a project before it is complete.
Gain an understanding of the cost accounting criteria applicable to governmental contracts and contractors. This ondemand webinar will provide a fundamental overview of the federal government's expectations related to...
Understand when the Buy American Act applies and whether a product is Buy American Act compliant.The federal government is the largest single purchaser of goods and services in the world.
Know with confidence which items of information to share and which items to keep confidential regarding the Freedom of Information Act.Government officials and employees are well aware that the public has the right to...
Governments possess many different types of assets that may be considered intangible assets, including easements, water or air rights, timber rights, patents, trademarks, and computer software.
Become familiar with the various standards of conduct that composes a comprehensive ethics program.Government conflict of interest rules provide essential tools for protecting limited public resources, fostering public...
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