RELATED: Four Questions With Army Futures Commander Gen. John Murray On Modernization The Army is modernizing its rotorcraft fleet as part of its ambitious overall modernization strategy . The service is building a next generation scout rotorcraft with its Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft, which is supposed to be fielded in 2030. Textron’s Bell and Lockheed Martin’s Sikorsky are squaring off in the competition. The Army is also trying to field a Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft by fiscal 2030 as part of its future vertical lift program. According to Maj. Gen. Walter Rugen, director

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Students at MCC bring not only the skills they need to their post-graduation jobs, but also the ability to work independently, Gibbs said. Like other technical colleges with agriculture programs, students at Miles Community College also develop relationships with members of the agricultural community during their years enrolled there. For example, MCC has a Young Farmers and Ranchers Club in partnership with the Montana Farm Bureau, and as members, students travel to competitions, Gibbs said. Students at Flathead Community College in Kalispell, Montana, learn how to grow fruits and vegetables

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To me, one of the best uses and benefits of audit analytics is helping you understand the client system. Because once you get your hands on the transactional data and gain an understanding of the flow of data, the profile if you will, of that data, you can plan your audit more effectively and more precisely. So this, to me, points to planning. And everybody knows that the best audits are the ones that are planned well. And so if you can focus what you want to look on because you've used audit data analytics to risk assess and identify things to focus on, the auditors can spend their time

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Act 1974 (HASAWA) , which forms the basis for all UK Health and Safety law. Under the HASAWA, employers have a general duty of care to employees, as well as site visitors or contractors. Employers must take the relevant measures to ensure safety ‘so far as is reasonably practicable’, which includes providing a suitable working environment, appropriate training and safe equipment. Employees have responsibilities under the HASAWA, including working safely, and using only the equipment they have been trained to use, in the way they were trained to use it. Sections of HASAWA also target managers,

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Global Construction Industry Faces Climate Change Challenges, Opportunities: Marsh Climate change and the race to net zero greenhouse gas emissions (net zero) are arguably the greatest challenges that face the construction industry – but will drive new opportunities, according to a report published by Marsh and Guy Carpenter, subsidiaries of Marsh McLennan. The infrastructure boom is set to fuel global economic growth over the next decade, with global construction output expected to grow by 6.6% in 2021 and by 42% by 2030, driven largely by government stimuli and the demand for residential

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