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Financial Loss Due to Tax Loss Exceed $20 Million

Due to recent tax scams, the Internal Revenue Service has advised taxpayers to be cautious. According to a press release from the IRS, the Treasury Inspector for Tax Administration (TIGA) has received reports from an estimated 600,000 contacts, which began... The post Financial Loss Due to Tax Loss Exceed $20 Million appeared first on.

Airbnb Hires Ex-Clinton Aide to Play Nice With Policymakers

Airbnb has added former Clinton administration aide Chris Lehane to its ranks as it continues to battle with regulators and works to keep its apartment sharing service legal around the world. The company announced his arrival as the new head of global policy and public affairs in a blog post on Wednesday. Show More Summary

Yelping Uncle Sam

By NIAM YARAGHI Yelp recently announced it had reached an agreement with the U.S. General Services Administration to allow agencies to claim their pages and read and respond to reviews. This is yet another move by the current administration to embark on new opportunities provided by information technology to become more transparent and effectively communicate with the

Obamacare's Accountable Medicare Effort Saves Another $400M

A rapidly expanding health care delivery system that rewards doctors and hospitals for working together to improve quality reaped $411 million in savings, the Obama administration said.  The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services said Tuesday more than 350 accountable care organizations combined to achieve savings in 2014 as the government [...]

The Dark Web’s Biggest Marketplace Is Going on Hiatus

Administrators of the biggest current dark web market have announced the site will be temporarily closed, claiming that recent research suggests the server locations of Tor hidden services could be discovered. If true, this could risk revealing sensitive information about the site and its owners. Show More Summary

Anil Diggikar named Chairman, JNPT

  The Shipping Ministry, Government of India has named Anil Udhavrao Diggikar, a Maharashtra cadre Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer of the 1990 batch,

Judge: Transfer Offer After Moldy Applesauce Report Wasn’t Retaliatory

In 2011, when applesauce from Snokist was making children sick as far away as North Carolina, USDA Agricultural Marketing Services local inspector Wendy Alguard told Food and Drug Administration (FDA) investigators arriving on the scene in Yakima, WA, about the problem. She thought FDA ought to know that Snokist employees often had to scrape mold from... Continue Reading

Speak Up: Supporting Online Language Learning with In-Person Programs

Thursday, September 17th, 2015, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PTJoin Will Chan, program administrator for services to new immigrants with Denver Public Library; Sandy Irwin, library director at the Durango Public Library,...Show More Summary

Unhappy with IRS or an airport checkpoint? Tell Yelp.

You can now rate the Internal Revenue Service or a Transportation Security Administration airport checkpoint just like you would a local diner or plumber.

Clinton calls for tripling AmeriCorps civil service program

ATLANTA (AP) — As part of her promise to address rising college costs, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton is calling to expand the AmeriCorps service program launched under her husband's administration. The plan,...Show More Summary

American Voices: Government Agencies Soliciting Yelp Reviews

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The U.S. government’s General Services Administration has begun working with the review website Yelp to create official pages for various government agencies where consumers can give feedback to places such as the TSA, post offices, and courthouses. What do you think?

You Can Now Rate And Review U.S. Government Services On Yelp

The wait time to get customer support from the Internal Revenue Service is stretching on into infinity. The Transportation Security Administration agents at one particular airport checkpoint always seem to have it out for you. There’s one particular bathroom at Yellowstone National Park that is the best and everyone should know about it. Show More Summary

A New Opportunity for Airlines to Lose Lots of Money: Scheduled Air Service to Cuba Could Resume By End of Year

Now that Americans are traveling to Cuba again and the US embassy in Havana has re-opened, the Obama administration is looking to allow scheduled air service between the US and Cuba (rather than just charter flights) by the end of the year. Show More Summary

Obama wants commercial flights to Cuba

By VICTORIA JONES Talk Radio News Service WASHINGTON – The Obama administration is working to reach a deal with Cuba by year’s end that would allow travelers to fly on scheduled commercial flights between the countries and allow airlines...Show More Summary

Imtech Sheds More Businesse Units

Banks sell Imtech Traffic & Infra; sale of Imtech Germany launched. The administrators and creditors of collapsed Dutch engineering services firm Royal Imtech

Obama Administration: No Known Violation of Fetal Tissue Laws

The Department of Health and Human Services says it has found no evidence of wrongdoing among either government researchers who work with fetal tissue or companies that supply it. Image: Shutterstock The post Obama Administration: No Known Violation of Fetal Tissue Laws appeared first on RH Reality Check.

Georgia Aquarium Fights To Import Beluga Whales To United States From Russia

The Georgia Aquarium and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA Fisheries) are waiting for a judge’s decision on whether or not 18 beluga whales will be allowed to be imported to the U.S. Show More Summary

Flight-Tracking System Problem Disrupts East Coast Travel

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Updated | (Reuters) The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said the air traffic system that caused flight cancellations on the East Coast on Saturday is back in service, and it is working with airlines to return to normal operations. The...Show More Summary

Imtech Bankrupt, Parts Sold to Investors

Dutch engineering services company Royal Imtech has been declared bankrupt and its Marine and Nordic divisions are being sold to private investors, the company and its administrators said on Thursday.

UCLA Receives $2.5 Million Grant to Improve Geriatric Care in Underserved Riverside County

The UCLA division of geriatrics has received a three-year, $2.5 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration to enhance geriatric education, training and workforce development in Riverside County. The grant will...Show More Summary

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