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Hurricane Ida Recovery Registration Survey

  The State of New Jersey has been awarded $228 million in Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to assist with the recovery from Hurricane Ida. The funds will create housing recovery and mitigation programs to [...]

2022-07-02T14:10:48-04:00Categories: All, Newsletter|

CSIT to Open Maternal and Infant Health R&D Seed Grant Program Applications on July 1

Program Dedicates $750,000 in Grant Funding to New Jersey-Based Early-Stage Innovation Companies to Tackle Maternal & Infant Health Challenges Trenton, N.J. (June 30, 2022) – The New Jersey Commission on Science, Innovation, and Technology (CSIT) will open applications for its $750,000 Maternal and Infant Health Research and Development (R&D) Seed Grant Program on Friday, July [...]

2022-07-02T14:35:52-04:00Categories: All, Newsletter|

Governor Murphy Signs Fiscal Year 2023 Appropriations Act into Law

  Fiscally Responsible Plan includes a Record Surplus, another Full Pension Payment, and Substantially More Debt Reduction  Budget Makes New Jersey More Affordable by Delivering Record Tax Relief, Historic Levels of School Funding, Aid to Municipalities and Small Businesses Transformative Investments will Modernize Operations, Continue to Spur Economic Development, [...]

2022-07-02T14:41:06-04:00Categories: All, Newsletter|

Nation Continues to Age as It Becomes More Diverse

Vintage 2021 Population Estimates by Age, Sex, Race and Hispanic Origin Now Available JUNE 30, 2022 – The last two decades have seen the country grow continuously older. Since 2000, the national median age – the point at which one-half the population is older and one-half younger – has increased by [...]

2022-07-02T14:22:04-04:00Categories: All, Newsletter|

SBIR News & Updates

SBIR at 40 – What’s Next? During the SBIR/STTR Spring Innovation Conference, panelists from the State Science and Technology Institute (SSTI), North Carolina FAST awardee First Flight Venture Center, and SBIR awardee Beacon Interactive Systems participated in a keynote session titled, “SBIR at 40 – What’s Next?” moderated by SBA’s Erick [...]

2022-07-02T14:51:57-04:00Categories: All, Newsletter|

BTOS Expands Small Business Pulse Survey, Will Conduct Continuous Data Collection

  This summer, the U.S. Census Bureau will launch a new experimental survey that will provide biweekly business data on businesses of all sizes and a multitude of geographies. The new Business Trends and Outlook Survey (BTOS) is the successor to and builds upon the Census Bureau’s Small Business Pulse [...]

2022-06-26T14:41:14-04:00Categories: All, Newsletter|

Governor Murphy, Senate President Scutari, Assembly Speaker Coughlin Announce Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday

  Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday Will Make Essential Items for Students More Affordable RED BANK– Governor Phil Murphy, Senate President Nicholas Scutari, and Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin today announced that they have reached an agreement on a back-to-school sales tax holiday as a part of the Fiscal Year 2023 Budget. The sales tax [...]

2022-06-26T12:39:50-04:00Categories: All, Newsletter|

Murphy Administration Provides Guidance to Public Entities on Recent Changes to Prevailing Wage Laws

  TRENTON – With the summer construction season upon us, the Murphy Administration is reminding local governments and school boards of their role in protecting workers and expanding skilled apprenticeship programs, and their obligations under the New Jersey Prevailing Wage Act. The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development [...]

2022-06-26T12:59:06-04:00Categories: All, Newsletter|

US Department of Labor Announces $11.7M Funding Availability of Susan Harwood Training Grants for Workplace Safety, Health Hazards Training

  WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor today announced a funding opportunity for $11.7 million in Susan Harwood Training Grants to support the delivery of training and education to help workers and employers identify and prevent workplace safety and health hazards. Administered by the department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the grants [...]

2022-06-26T14:28:49-04:00Categories: All, Newsletter|

New Jersey’s Unemployment Rate Falls to 3.9% in May

TRENTON – Preliminary estimates produced by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics show New Jersey’s labor market continued its stretch of job growth and declining unemployment in May as total nonfarm employment increased by 6,700 jobs to reach a seasonally adjusted level of 4,199,100, and the state’s unemployment rate declined to [...]

2022-06-19T15:00:44-04:00Categories: All, Newsletter|
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