Posts Tagged: help

Foreclosure: Recovery

FORECLOSURE GOD’S STYLE Do you know this lady? Oh, of course you do! She’s that kind little lady who lives next door, she’s the one who bakes cookies for the children in the neighborhood at Christmas or just whenever. She’s a grandmother and loving wife but her husband is gone now so she lives allRead… Read more »

Popular Topic Ideas for Economics Essays

The selection of effective and good topics are some of the initial challenges faced by university students who have to write economics essays. However, the selection of good topics for an economics essay would not be difficult if those students knew and performed some basic research about economics. They could do some topic research fromRead… Read more »

Help EPA: We need a map!

We’re under a tight deadline to produce a map similar to the one at Recovery.gov. To be clear, we just need a static image with rollovers that appear as you mouse over a state. Not a Google-like map, not anything fancy or GIS-based. Just an image that will show a little info and then letRead… Read more »

Monster.com vs. FederalResumeTips.com

Let me start by saying that I am not posting this blog because I am against Monster.com or their federal employment section, Govcentral.monster.com. I just want to point out that Monster.com’s customers, generally speaking, are not the thousands of people seeking federal employment – and those people navigating through their postings will not find opportunitiesRead… Read more »

Great Article on GASB 45 Rule

For municipalities with less than 100 employees, there is a low cost and reliable solution to remain compliant with GASB Rule 45. Check out GABS Help and related article below. http://www.empoweredmunicipality.com/accounting-for-post-employment-liabilities-for-municipalities

PAIRS Study: Relationship Skills Training Prevents Four Out of Five Divorces.

Four in five couples on the brink of divorce achieve significant, lasting improvements from participation in 9 – 12 hours of relationship skills training, according to research published by the non-profit PAIRS Foundation. Seth Eisenberg, PAIRS President and CEO, says the study has important implications for the public and policy makers. “We now know weRead… Read more »

Step Back from the Brink

A recent PAIRS Foundation research report found that four out of five couples on the brink of divorce can transform their relationships by participating in brief, evidence-based marriage education classes led by qualified instructors. The PAIRS study offers ample cause for distressed couples to step back from the brink of marital breakdown to explore howRead… Read more »

Social Media and 508 compliance.

Gov Loop user Stephen Luke asked a good question if NING was 508 compliant. The article by Andrew Soderberg seemed to sum it up best with “508 is a minimum requirement, why not go the extra mile.” Source: http://cuwebd.ning.com/group/omniupdate/forum/topics/ou-tips-tidbits?page=1&commentId=1763934%3AComment%3A37705&x=1#1763934Comment37705 As a frame of reference remember blind programmers and web surfers do not have monitors –Read… Read more »