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Discover & Develop Business Opportunities in Infrastructure Projects - USA

Executive Education and Business Immersion in USA´s Infrastructure projects Transportation & Water Projects - Hands on experience for engineering and construction companies interested in taking part of this growing market. Did you know that? There are billions of dollars in infrastructure projects being procured in USA right now! Most of these are construction and engineering projects. Some examples: - California High Speed Rail Project RFQs: more than $1 Billion out now! $2 Billion before end of year. - Amtrak´s Rail North East Corridor project is procuring $ Billions (rail, stations, signaling, etc...) - Philadelphia International Airport´s CEP program ($6Billion) moving forward. - Califo

Procurement opportunities with the USA Department of Defense for non-US companies.

The United States Government is, by far, the biggest customer in the world. The proposed federal budget for 2015, requested a total spending of $3.9 Trillion. In the US there are over 85.000 agencies (1 Federal Government, 50 states, 3,042 counties, 14,566 school districts, 31,131 special districts, 35,963 cities and townships, 512 Native American tribes and 5 territories), and among them the biggest customer is the Department of Defense, with a total spending request in excess of $ 640 Billion. The United States spends on its defense, significantly more than the next 10 countries combined. In the US there are approximately 20 million Public Workers, of which more than 2.1 million are employ

Drought Impacts California's Energy; Governor Brown's Response Plan (Executive Order B-29-15

California Energy Commission Article - Conservation - the wise, sparing use of water - remains California's most reliable drought management tool. Five days after Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. signed the $1 billion emergency drought package, he directed the first ever statewide mandatory water reductions in Executive Order B-29-15. These actions will save water, increase enforcement to prevent wasteful water use, streamline the state's drought response and invest in new technologies that will make California more drought resilient. The California Energy Commission will carry out part of the plan as will several other state entities including the Department of Water Resources, State Water Reso

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