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The new Department of Education regulations are a response to evolving challenges in higher education, intending to better protect students and taxpayers.
The DOE has introduced a national definition of a zero emissions building, setting clear criteria for energy-efficient buildings to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
New GASB requirements affecting government entities include financial reporting improvements and classification of nonfinancial assets.
Discover how the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 boosts tax deductions for energy efficient commercial buildings with major incentives reaching up to $5 per sq. ft.
Recently, The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) released updates and clarifications to rules adopted in June 2023 for FY 2024. The updates apply to FY 2025 and include changes in four areas: Credentials of Value, Fundable Credentials, High-Demand Fields, and Methodology and Process Changes.
Our on-demand session discusses how your government agency can best prepare for cyber incidents. We'll look at ways to harness strategic initiatives currently in play and neutralize the published incidents of impacted organizations.
Navigating the federal grants process can be complex. Our Center of Excellence – Not-for-Profit Consulting team dives into the ever-changing and multifaceted world of federal grants from how to determine which grants best fit your mission to ensuring compliance with federal requirements and reporting.
This on-demand session will explore the landscape surrounding federal financial aid regulations, including strategies to help ensure compliance and mitigate risk.
Explore Fort Worth’s real estate growth through the eyes of Joel Heydenburk, a partner at Jackson Walker, on this Weaver: Beyond the Numbers, Location Cubed podcast.
Discover how Humphrey & Associates is shaping the future of trade work with employee ownership and family values in Weaver: Beyond the Numbers: Location Cubed.
While higher education institutions enjoy federal income tax exemptions on most of their revenue, it can be challenging to figure out when taxes are due.
LL97 established carbon emission caps for large buildings in New York City and is expected to apply to some 50,000 properties. Weaver's professionals answer commonly asked questions about LL97, including how to comply with the new requirements.
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