Government Press Releases

Gatwick Car Parking Company Says the Government Should Stop Delaying Runway Decision

The new runway, which could be granted to either Heathrow Airport or Gatwick Airport, has become one of the major talking points in the travel and business industry. Many business experts believe it is vital a new runway is built, and now has joined in the discussion by calling on the government to stop delaying their decision.

Kenneth R. Saunders III Announces Run for 5th District Dekalb County Commissioner

KENNETH R. SAUNDERS, III, a long-time public servant and 30-year resident of DeKalb County, announces his bid to run for Commissioner of DeKalb's 5th district. Saunders was appointed and faithfully served on the DeKalb Community Council for 15 years. In addition, he has held elected roles with his neighborhood civic association, the Hidden Hills Civic Association, for more than 12 years. A special election is being held on June 16, 2015, to fill the vacant commissioner seat.

American Eagle Party Launches Bid to Take Back America for 'We the People'

The American political landscape has been suffering from toxic influences for years. Both the Democrats and Republicans consistently act on behalf of special moneyed interests, in defiance of the best interests and will of the American people. Increasing numbers of the population are awakening to this unfortunate reality and are looking elsewhere for leadership. The American Eagle Party has been founded to answer that call, aiming to lead the United States back to its tradition of being a respected Constitutional Republic. Offers "Making the Most of the Time You Have" with Dr. George Smolinski from is an audio podcast by an active duty service member Damian Taafe-McMenamy on a MISSION to empower entrepreneurs in our military community through training, resources and by sharing the inspiring stories of successful service-members, veterans and spouses (just like you!) who have started their own successful businesses.Too many service members and spouses struggle to find meaningful work outside and after the military. Constant moves, continually changing jobs and the difficulty of capturing the military experience on a resume can make finding a job challenging. The current environment compounds this challenge through a struggling economy, a downsizing military and high unemployment for veterans and spouses.

Government of Saudi Arabia Dominates National ICT Spending Which Is Expected to Exceed USD 37 Billion

Saudi Arabia is expected to exceed USD 37 billion in ICT spending in 2015, as originally reported in a recent IDC report. This investment, by far the highest ever by any country in the Middle East and North Africa region, is dominated by the government's spending towards achieving complete e-transformation and adoption of smart technologies.

Record Set for Improper Government Payments

Improper payments—or payments made to families and individuals who don't actually qualify for them—are made by the federal government every year. In 2014, though, the federal government set an all-time record high for improper payments, totally in at $124.7 billion, resulting in a $19 billion increase from the previous year.

Government Grants Being Provided for Home Insulation Projects

The government is providing homeowners with free grants for home insulation projects, and a trusted grant provider is advising homeowners to be quick to take advantage of them.

The Rwanda People's Party Issue a Letter of Condolence to the Kenyan Government and People

The RPP issue a public letter to condemn the terrorist's attack on the Garrisa University in North East Kenya. The party wishes to extend their deepest sympathies to the Kenyan President, Mr. Uhuru Kenya, his government, the people of Kenya, the relatives of the victims and those injured in this barbaric attack.

The Rwanda People's Party Statement on the Successful Conclusion of the Negotiations on the Iran Nuclear Deal

An extraordinary and even historic agreement was reached on April 2, 2015. There was a successful conclusion to the negotiations and an Extraordinary Agreement has been reached between Iran and the P5+1 Block. This long awaited agreement will allow Iran and other nations to work towards Iran's peaceful nuclear development and is a step towards furthering world peace.

Amidst an Impending Doctor Shortage, Dr. Aaron Spitz Lobbies Congress for Greater Educational Funding

LogoDr. Aaron Spitz serves as the lead practitioner of Orange County Urology Associates and Vasectomy Reversal USA, a division of Orange County Urology Associates providing vasectomy reversals throughout San Diego and nationwide. Recently, Dr. Spitz visited the nation's capital to raise awareness of the looming doctor shortage in America, lobbying for greater funding for the education of new doctors. Dr. Spitz also lobbied in favor of improving different aspects of healthcare in the United States, including earlier, more effective detection of prostate cancer.

Woman Plans to Change African Government

LogoJennifer Ugo, self-described rationalist extraordinaire, has finalized plans to broadcast her campaign on the web.  Research and development for the project has been underway since last year, and is now complete. Proposed launch date is April 1st, 2015.

Groups Demand Senator Ron Wyden Block Fast Track of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP)

The Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network (FFAN) is calling on US Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) to exercise his authority as chair of the Senate Finance Committee to immediately block Fast Track of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP). Among other concerns, the TPP would allow even more radioactive foods and beverages from Japan to enter the U.S. contaminated by the ongoing Fukushima Daiichi's triple nuclear meltdowns in Japan. Without Wyden's Fast Track authorization, the TPP is unlikely to gain the required two-thirds senate approval for this anti-democratic, pro-corporate treaty.

Lieutenant Governor to Recognize TORONTO 2015 Volunteers

LogoThe Hon. Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, will host a reception in recognition of TORONTO 2015 Pan American/Parapan American Games volunteers on Monday, March 23, 2015 at 4 p.m.

Bacon Offensive to Muslims – Vermont Restaurant Removes Ad Under Pressure

Every so often someone will make the point that Americans shouldn't really care what the NSA is doing; after all, they give everyone full access to their "private" lives through social media. To the same degree, I wonder sometimes if we would really care if the federal government started cracking down on our 1st amendment rights, removing any speech that could be construed as offensive to any group larger than, say, fifteen people. Would people reserve the right to complain, given how readily they forsake it in the absence of force?

SAARC Academia's Anthropologist Dr. Bareera N.B. Censures Pakistani Government's Counter-Terror Measures in Perspectives of the Recent Lahore Church's Tragedy

The SAARC region's Conjoint Academic Commission has declared the deadliest terror-incident of Lahore Church, an austerely grim "ethno-indigenous tragedy" on the face of Pakistan's perpetuating ethnic, ancestral and autochthonous predicament, that is now progressively transfiguring towards a racial crisis.

KatzAbosch Debuts New Niche Website for Government Contractors

LogoKatzAbosch is excited to announce a new website dedicated solely to our government contracting niche. The need for an additional site arose when the firm hired Linda Lang as Government Contracting Advisor and our capabilities increased. Now, the firm has value-added expertise in holistic government contract consulting in addition to accounting proficiency. KatzAbosch GovCon can now handle all aspects of higher-level support in contracting with the government. The new website showcases our team, comprehensive list of services, timely alerts, current news and events, industry affiliations and client testimonials.

ITC Appoints Emelia Hanson as Chairperson in Ghana

LogoThe International Trade Council announces the appointment of Ms Emelia Hanson as the new Chairperson in Ghana.

Dr. Sandeep Gupta Appointed Chairperson of International Trade Council in India

LogoThe International Trade Council (ITC) announced today the appointment of Dr. Sandeep Gupta as the organisation's Chairperson in India.

Longtime Berliner Cohen Partner Roberta Hayashi - Named to Superior Court Bench

LogoBerliner Cohen is pleased to announce the appointment of Roberta S. Hayashi to the Santa Clara County Superior Court bench. Before her appointment to the bench, Hayashi, 56, had been head of the employment law practice and a litigation partner at Berliner Cohen since 2006, and prior to that, from 1990 to 2000, and an associate from 1982 to 1989.

Unanimity to Curb Blasphemies, A Cross-Ethnic and Inter-Faith Peace Perspective Highlighted by SAARC Commission at Anti-Blasphemy APC in Pakistan

An all parties anti-blasphemy conference has been held in Lahore, to convey the global communities, the unanimity on anti-blasphemy sentimentalities. Leaders of all major political parties, seminaries, and notables from non-Muslim minorities joined the occasion and made strong affirmations and assertions regarding the issue.

Constitutional Renaissance Author Launches IndieGoGo Project for Institute

LogoConstitutional Renaissance, a work by Richard R. Monts, examines the role of central government and how it impacts American lives.  Now, Monts has launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise funds to found the Constitutional Renaissance Institute, LLC that will promote discussion on alternatives to a large and expanding central government model.

PIC Claim Grant Launched to Help Business Owners Get Government Payout Under PIC Scheme

In Singapore the government offers business owners a way to enjoy 400% tax deductions and allowances or a 60% cash payout for investment in innovation and productivity improvements under their Productivity and Innovation Credit (PIC) scheme. The scheme is administered by the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS). The PIC scheme rewards Singapore companies who innovate and become more productive. PIC Claim Grant is a new website that helps business owners through the application process to successfully claim their PIC grant payout.

UK Government Announced That Transfer of NHS Pension to QROPS Will Be Banned from April 2015

After the March 2014 Budget Session, the UK government officially announced that transfer of NHS pension to QROPS in India will be banned starting from April 2015. This decision was taken after serious discussions and debates. According to reports, the ban was decided because public sector finances faced huge burden with more people choosing to transfer their NHS pension into a defined contribution scheme. QROPS came into inception in 2006 and since then it has helped a lot of Indians to unlock their frozen UK pensions.

"Mobile Phones in Japan" Published

LogoThe mobile phone market overall slightly grew in 2014 to reach 40.5 million units, which is a similar trend to that seen in 2013. The continuous migration of consumers to smartphones is the key factor in mobile phones in Japan. The switch is largely driven by the strong demand for advanced technology embedded in smartphones, which serves multiple platforms such as communication, e-readers, imaging devices, navigation, online shopping and portable games. However, towards end of the review period, it is also seen that some smartphone users switched back to feature phones, deciding to possess a feature phone apart from smartphones. Some consumers sign a most affordable monthly subscription with a feature phone and purchase a tablet, giving up their smartphones. This reverse trend is triggered by costly subscription contracts with smartphones, and longer battery life that feature phones offer. Although the major driver of mobile phones in Japan still is smartphones, the demand for feature phones is not to be underestimated.

MAHSRA Engages Both Traditional and Local Government Responsibilities in Fighting Barbaric Widowhood Rites Practices

LogoThe Modern Advocacy Humanitarian Social and Rehabilitation Association (MAHSRA), an NGO based in Bamenda – Cameroon and in Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council ECOSOC [2013], has once more proven its modern advocating potency in addressing very chronic global worries with regard to the status of women.