Southwest border apprehensions dramatically increased at the end of FY2018 after reverting to pre-FY2017 levels during the fiscal year.
The federal government has opened the spending spigot for the first time in a decade by sending $380 million to the states to secure their elections. It is a great first step that will impact the 2018 midterm elections, but…
Direct Air Capture – Key Takeaways from the National Academies Report on Negative Emission Technologies
There is growing global momentum for low-carbon technologies, which present opportunities to protect our environment and grow our economy, and decision makers are heeding these political and market signals. Policymakers on both sides of the aisle are beginning to look…
The influx of refugees has pushed the limits of Mexico’s humanitarian immigration system, requiring attention on the system’s fragility and its implication on the U.S.
State and local leaders can better prepare for the emergence of autonomous vehicles with one step: create a comprehensive asset inventory.
While there are legitimate concerns that the transition to these new reference rates will be disruptive, LIBOR’s persistent fragility makes reform critical.
Hurricane Florence has reiterated what was already proven by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria: America’s infrastructure is not prepared to withstand major natural disasters.
While good program management seems like a simple concept, in practice, the suite of federal laws, regulations, and policies for contracting can limit effective implementation.