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New Jersey Seeks Input As It Considers Removing the RPS Requirement from the BGS Procurement Process

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (the Board) recently announced that it is soliciting feedback from industry stakeholders regarding a proposal to remove the Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) requirement from the...more

New California Law Authorizes FPPC to Provide Advice or Opinions, Investigate and Enforce Violations of Government Code Section...

AB 1090 Will Take Effect January 1, 2014 - AB 1090, signed by Governor Brown this week, authorizes the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) to investigate or initiate an administrative or civil action (including...more

Dealing with a Government Shutdown: Six-Step Action Plan for Contractors

There are six steps that every government contractor should take in response to a government shutdown. STEP 1: INVENTORY AND EVALUATE CONTRACTS - Contractors should review how their contracts are funded. Fully...more

Arizona Legislature Adds New Limits On Indemnification In Public Construction Contracts

For many years, the Arizona Little Miller Act and the Arizona Procurement Code (A.R.S. § 34–226 and A.R.S. § 41-2586, respectively) prohibited a party from being indemnified, held harmless or defended to the extent of its own...more

Alabama Legislative Update – Week 8: Burning The Midnight Oil

When lawmakers returned on April 2 for the second half of the 2013 Regular Session, the 16th legislative day resulted in one of the longest of the year, with both houses adjourning close to midnight and then putting in long...more

2012-13 Education Legislation Summarized By KMTG

In order to have the new 2012-13 education legislation handy, we have combined our series on the subject into one easy to reference location. Here you will find a recap of all the legislation we summarized, along with a link...more

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