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What's New: Industry Insider

Industry Insider - July 30, 2020

Thursday, July 30, 2020  

Contract Surety

Why Character is So Important for Underwriting Surety Bonds
Old Republic Surety | July 2020

Three Key Action Items to Achieve an Effective Bonding Program
High Profile | July 23, 2020


Senate GOP $1T COVID-19 Relief Proposal All But Omits Infrastructure
Engineering News-Record | July 27, 2020

U.S. Department of Transportation Posts Hyperloop Framework

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | July 26, 2020

Corps Issues Favorable EIS for Controversial Alaska Mine
Engineering News-Record | July 24, 2020

USDOT Provides Nearly $1B Loan to MBTA for PTC Project
AASHTO Journal | July 24, 2020

Congress Approves $9.5B Infusion to Attack National Park Project Backlog
Engineering News-Record | July 23, 2020

AASHTO, Industry Letters Highlights Immediate Fiscal Need of State DOTs
AASHTO Journal | July 24, 2020

Public-Private Partnership

Public-private partnership bids are accepted for Honolulu's rail project
Mass Transit Magazine | July 23, 2020

A hybrid learning approach could redefine higher education
BDC Network | July 24, 2020

City, Kite reach deal for $550M Pan Am Plaza project—with up to 2-year delay
IBJ | July 28, 2020

Commercial Surety

Easing burdensome licensing limits will save jobs
Orlando Sentinel | July 23, 2020


This is what a deepfake voice clone used in a failed fraud attempt sounds like
The Verge | July 27, 2020

401(k) Cyber Fraud Is Growing. Everyone Could Be Liable
The Security Ledger | July 21, 2020

Combating Cybercrime: The time to do more
Daily Trust | July 23, 2020

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