On June 8 ACCD and VOSHA provided an online briefing requested by AIV for Vermont employers on changing state and federal COVID guidance and requirements. See related post here on recent state and federal changes. The one hour briefing included informational slides and prepared Q&A. It was also recorded and additional Q&A took place during […]
The following provides a brief overview of changing COVID guidance and requirements at the federal and state levels, as well as information about opportunities to learn more about compliance and implementation issues and guidance from the state, including an online town hall meeting with state agencies scheduled for June 8. Federal and State Changes So […]
The Department of Public Service will be hosting four virtual regional forums in June focused on energy planning efforts by Regional Planning Commissions and municipalities. You might consider attending the forum if you would like to engage on the key energy issues, elements, challenges, and considerations unique to your area of Vermont. The dates and […]
The Agency of Commerce and Community Development has reached out to AIV to dedicate the next installment of their business webinar series to manufacturers and their issues and concerns. The Vermont Department of Health and ACCD have been holding a mostly weekly webinar series focused on health and commerce pandemic updates for the business community. […]
AIV and other business organizations are working together to encourage the state’s Legislature and the Administration to prioritize public health and economic recovery as we enter the second year of the COVID-19 crisis. We hope you will take a moment to complete the survey linked below to help us in this effort. Your answers will […]
Each year, the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) conducts a review to identify countries that deny adequate and effective protection of intellectual property (IP) rights or deny fair and equitable market access to U.S. persons who rely on IP protection. Based on this review, the U.S. Trade Representative determines which, if any, […]
The Department of Public Service is starting off the process to update the 2016 Comprehensive Energy Plan (click here for more on the current plan). The DPS is required to update the CEP every six years, and the next version is due January, 2022. The DPS has created a website where materials will be posted […]
The Export-Import Bank (EXIM) is proposing to modify its medium- and long-term content domestic policy in the context of the new “Program on China and Transformational Exports” program created in the bank’s 2019 reauthorization legislation. Comments are due December 14. Click here for the Federal Register notice.
The IRS has published a request seeking comments on regulatory relief it should consider providing to support the economy’s recovery from COVID-19. Click here to review the request for comments. Comments are due January 1.
The Drinking Water and Groundwater Protection Division of DEC previously published notice of proposed rulemaking of PFAS as a class or subclass. As part of this process, a public informational meeting has been scheduled for October 16 at 1:00 pm to be held via Microsoft Teams. The link to join the Teams meeting is available […]