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Data breach, FY2016 U.S. budget plan on Hill radar this week

Data breach, FY2016 U.S. budget plan on Hill radar this week

first_imgThe Credit Union National Association is following several hearings on both sides of the U.S. Capitol this week, including sessions on data breach legislation and on the administration’s fiscal year 2016 budget.Hearings of credit union interest include:Today, the House Ways and Means Committee is scheduled to conduct a hearing on “The President’s FY2016 Budget Proposal,” and the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has slated a hearing on “Inspectors General: Independence, Access and Authority;” ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr On Thursday, the Senate Finance Committee will hold a hearing on “The President’s Budget for FY2016;” the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation subcommittee on consumer protection, product safety, and insurance subcommittee will examine data breach issues in its hearing titled “Getting it Right on Data Breach and Notification Legislation in the 114th Congress ( News Now Feb. 2).” continue reading »center_img On Wednesday, the House Financial Services subcommittee on oversight and investigations will hold a hearing titled “Exploring Alleged Ethical and Legal Violations at the Department of Housing and Urban Development;” andlast_img read more

Les nouveaux riches

Les nouveaux riches

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History in the making

History in the making

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Sweden starts critical look at its pandemic response

Sweden starts critical look at its pandemic response

first_imgTopics : Sweden on Tuesday announced a commission to evaluate its response to the novel coronavirus, reacting to criticism over a death toll that has far exceeded that of its neighbors.More than 5,300 Swedes have died compared to around 250 in Norway, 600 in Denmark and 325 in Finland, all of which have populations around half the size.Sweden, unlike the rest of Scandinavia, chose not to close schools and businesses to fight the spread of the virus. Criticism in Sweden has focused mainly on the death toll among elderly residents of care homes, who make up the majority of deaths from the virus, and the late start to widespread testing.The head of the Public Health Agency says Sweden followed established practice.Anders Tegnell, who has become the face of Sweden’s virus strategy, told Reuters it remained unclear whether total lockdowns were effective.The commission will report on elderly care at the end of November, although its final conclusions are not due until 2022, ahead of a national election.center_img “It is not a question of whether Sweden is going to change as a result of this – the question is how,” Prime Minister Stefan Lofven told a news conference.The commission has a broad mandate to look at how the virus arrived in Sweden, how it spread, the government’s and other authorities’ response, and the effect on equality.Sweden’s response to the virus outbreak, which has relied mainly on voluntary measures and common sense hygiene rules, has led to its being snubbed by its neighbors and other countries in Europe that have kept their borders shut to Swedish tourists.Its toll is still lower than in some European countries, such as Britain, which has one of the worst death rates in the world.last_img read more

Trees relocated to Jakarta international stadium as construction continues

Trees relocated to Jakarta international stadium as construction continues

first_imgCity-owned developer PT Jakarta Propertindo (Jakpro), which oversees the development of Jakarta International Stadium (JIS) in North Jakarta, has started to relocate hundreds of trees from nearby BMW park as part of the construction process.At least 382 trees will be moved out into the stadium. Another 1,167 trees are also set to be planted in the 26-hectare area.”The relocation and the planting of trees in the facility will create more green area in North Jakarta,” JIS project director Iwan Takwin said Monday, adding that the process would be carried out in several stages. Jakpro, Iwan said, used the “earth-balling” method to relocate the trees by digging out the soil and the roots in a circular shape to make sure that most of the root system remained undisturbed and intact. This will make it easier for the trees to adjust to a new location.Read also: City continues Jakarta stadium construction amid unfinished legal matters”The sustainability of the ecosystem around the project, including trees, has become our priority,” he added.Jakpro corporate secretary Hani Sumarno said the process could take up to two months to complete. “It could take longer if the weather is bad,” Hani said as quoted by kompas.com.The planned modern stadium of international standard, which is expected to have a capacity of 82,000 people, will serve as the headquarters of Jakarta soccer club Persija, besides serving various other purposes.The project costs Rp 5 trillion (US$344 million), and is expected to be completed by the end of October 2021. (vny)Topics :last_img read more

Syracuse defense outduels Florida’s back line in 13-9 quarterfinal victory

Syracuse defense outduels Florida’s back line in 13-9 quarterfinal victory

first_img Related Stories Syracuse attack carries Orange into final four as Tumolo gets Carrier Dome farewell With one of the country’s best goalies defending Florida’s cage, the Syracuse defense couldn’t afford to allow the Gators 14 goals. The Orange did on March 2. On Saturday, SU needed to match or exceed Florida’s defensive intensity.And the Orange did just that.“You can’t really compare our defense to when we first played Florida at the beginning of the year,” SU defender Becca Block said, “because we’ve obviously had a lot more experience and believe in each other on a whole different level.”Syracuse’s defense took a tough stand against the Gators, who boast the No. 4 scoring offense in the nation, in the Orange’s 13-9 quarterfinal victory at the Carrier Dome on Saturday. SU advances to the final four in Villanova, Pa., where the Orange will take on No. 1-seed Maryland.Three SU players were handed yellow cards in the first half, presenting Florida three man-up opportunities in a low-scoring first period.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“There were mistakes made,” head coach Gary Gait said, “but there were plays made … We’re all going to make mistakes but it’s how you rally and how you step up and respond to those mistakes.”Kayla Treanor was sent to the sideline about nine minutes into the game, and a foul on Block gave UF’s Kitty Cullen a free-position opportunity against SU goalie Kelsey Richardson. Richardson was all over it.The netminder deflected and saved the next two shots. But just as Treanor was released from her penalty, Natalie Glanell took her place.Richardson continued to deny Florida, making a stop at the doorstep off a free-position pass. But before SU could get the ball back, the Orange succumbed to the Gators’ ball movement and UF scored from in close.Toward the end of the first half, another yellow card again crippled Syracuse’s defense. But Richardson and SU’s man-down defense came up with two more saves and allowed the Gators just four goals by halftime.“Our defense played great, even when we were man-down,” said Richardson, who finished with six saves – all in man-down situations. “They got very limited looks when we were man-down. We did have a couple of lapses, gave them multiple possessions, but one goal in three man-downs is awesome.”While Syracuse’s defense in the first frame fought with its back to the wall, Florida goalie Mikey Meagher put forth one of her best games of the season with 12 saves, six in each half. Meagher entered the game ranked in the top five nationally with a 6.54 goals-against average and a .504 save percentage.“I think Mikey did a phenomenal job,” UF head coach Amanda O’Leary said. “She played her heart out today and we couldn’t have asked for more from what we got from her.”Even when Gait pulled Richardson and inserted junior Alyssa Costantino in the cage after halftime, the defense didn’t waver.UF’s Ashley Bruns drew a free-position shot. Costantino deflected it over the top of the cage for one of her three saves.On the same play, Block raced behind the net to be nearest to the ball as it rolled out of bounds, thus gaining possession. And with that possession, a score by Devon Collins extended the Orange’s lead to three goals as SU began to put some separation between itself and UF on the scoreboard.But it wasn’t just the Orange defenders who hassled the Gators into 10 first-half turnovers. Syracuse’s pressing ride, though not as stifling as it was in previous performances, was responsible for thwarting three of Florida’s clear attempts throughout the contest.Combined with Syracuse’s aggressive second-half offense, the Orange defense was consistently rock-solid when it needed to be. And because of it, Syracuse is final four-bound.“Our defense played outstanding today,” Richardson said, “and that’s one of the main reasons we won that game.” Comments Published on May 18, 2013 at 10:48 pm Contact Phil: [email protected] | @PhilDAbbcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Adopt-A-Pet Dog of the Week

Adopt-A-Pet Dog of the Week

first_imgFacebook130Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Adopt-A-Pet of SheltonAdopt-A-Pet of Shelton’s dog of the week is Henry.Henry is a 14 month old German Shepherd mix. He’s like a sponge, just waiting to soak up everything you have to teach him. Henry lived in a home with mature owners and will do best in a new home with calm, loving, confident owners who understand the breed and who can help him continue to grow and become a confident, happy boy.Henry has never been around other dogs , cats or kids. Henry is a beautiful dog who is a little shy at first but you will quickly discover what a nice boy he really is.We have lots of great dogs and always need volunteers to help them.  Visit our website at www.adoptapet-wa.org or contact Adopt-A-Pet, on Jensen Road in Shelton, at [email protected] or (360) 432-3091.  Join us on Facebook at “Adopt-A-Pet of Shelton Washington”.last_img read more

Washington PTAC to Host First Local Procurement Forum June 6

Washington PTAC to Host First Local Procurement Forum June 6

first_imgFacebook10Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston Economic Development Council | Center for Business & InnovationWashington Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) has been one of the Center for Business & Innovation’s most successful programs in supporting businesses. PTAC helps businesses find, bid and win government contracts with the federal, state and local governments. Counselors in 9 locations around the state work with businesses one-on-one or through workshops on all aspects of doing business with the government. Each year, Washington PTAC assists an average of 1400 businesses throughout the state in pursuit of both local and federal government contracts. In the last two years. Those firms won nearly half a billion dollars in government contracts and subcontracts.Just in Thurston County last year, 194 businesses were served and won $24 million in government contracts and subcontracts.The success of the Thurston County PTAC office leads clients to create jobs and increase the tax revenues for the community that we serve.PTAC also partners with other Center for Business & Innovation programs such as the Washington Center for Women in Business to give clients EXACTLY what they are looking for. Off Planet Research, a new research consortium here in Lacey has gain international success with NASA thanks to the assistance from PTAC and the WCWB.On June 6, Washington PTAC is hosting its first Local Procurement Forum to encourage local small businesses to engage with government. This free event will feature a networking breakfast, panel discussion, and information tables from local government agencies.The event will take place at the Thurston EDC Center for Business Innovation which is home to the Washington PTAC program. Washington PTAC will be bringing the purchasing representatives from the Thurston County area to one place to connect with local firms. Government agencies at this event include:City of TumwaterCity of OlympiaCity of LaceyThurston CountyOlympia Public SchoolsPort of OlympiaSouth Puget Sound Community CollegeThe Washington PTAC business counselors will be there as well to answer small business owners questions, including how to register, where to find solicitations, and how to get certified.“We are delighted to offer an event that helps connect local government agencies to qualified firms from our region.  It’ll be a great opportunity for everyone to learn from each other.”  Commented Tiffany Scroggs, Washington PTAC Program ManagerWashington PTAC offers no-cost assistance to businesses throughout the state.  Last year, businesses who worked with Washington PTAC won $300 million in government contracts and subcontracts.For more information, visit the Washington PTAC website.Featured photo credit: Martin Leonlast_img read more

Watch: Oklahoma State-Texas Highlights Called by Dave Hunziker

Watch: Oklahoma State-Texas Highlights Called by Dave Hunziker

first_imgGreat stuff here from Dave Hunziker. The more I watch that J.W. Walsh goal line pass, the more I love it. These highlights are always made better by Hunziker’s call, by the way. His line at the end is great.“The angel of Pitt comes down from Heaven and delivers a victory for Oklahoma State!”If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!last_img