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Across the country, more small businesses report reopening and have cautious optimism about the future despite concerns about a resurgence of the coronavirus according to the latest MetLife & U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business Coronavirus Impact Poll.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce launched the Equality of Opportunity Initiative to address opportunity gaps that perpetuate broader inequalities in our society and hold back individual and business success and economic growth. In order to drive meaningful, measurable impact through public policy and private sector solutions, we must listen, learn, and lead.
The USG + U.S. Chamber of Commerce Commercial Construction Index (CCI) is a quarterly economic index designed to gauge the outlook for, and resulting confidence in, the commercial construction industry.
DAEC has been participating in biweekly-turned-weekly conference calls with the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment (OUSD A&S) for updates on COVID-19 policy regulations and impacts to current and future business within the Defense Industrial Base (DIB). As many of you are aware, we are providing weekly webinars to brief members on these updates and collect questions or concerns you would like us to relay on your behalf. Notes on these calls are published to our website, which you make access here.
Leading by Example focuses on how businesses are taking initiative to recognize the warning signs of human trafficking and how to stop it. This publication features company profiles of Deloitte, Marriott International, UPS, Freedom a la Cart, Polished Pearl, Selah Freedom/Selah Way Foundation, and Walmart. This pamphlet highlights strategies that businesses of all sizes can use to thwart the heinous crime of human trafficking.
This report examines potential impacts Coronavirus may have on the Defense Industrial Base by examining current and historic recession data, ongoing trends within supply chains, and recent stimulus legislation.
Despite increased investments in security and the implantation of policies geared toward training, the cybersecurity threat continues to rise. In fact, for the second straight year, RSM’s survey found that more than half of middle market executives surveyed indicated that there will likely be an attempt to illegally access their organizations’ data in 2020. The data only emphasizes the importance of cyber insurance. The RSM survey finds that the number of middle market companies that carry policies has indeed risen in the last year. However, less than half of middle market executives with policies are familiar with their policy coverages. This data only emphasizes the importance of cyber insurance. The RSM survey finds that the number of middle market companies that carry policies has indeed risen in the last year. However, less than half of middle market executives with policies are familiar with their policy coverages.