To boost economic growth from 6-year low, govt asks PSUs to clear vendor, contractor dues by 15 October
PSUs have been asked to detail lifespan of arbitrations that lock payments after disputes with vendors and contractors
Joseph Morelle, the number two Democrat in the New York State Assembly, said he has been talking about portable benefits with such companies, which use occasional workers to provide rides, deliveries, house-cleaning and other services through websites and apps.
A team of researchers at a Canadian university has developed an advanced 4-D technique to avoid costly delays often associated with massive public infrastructure projects.
Ride-hailing service Uber has agreed to pay up to $100 million to settle a class-action lawsuit which resolves a major challenge to its business model by allowing it to keep its California and Massachusetts drivers as independent contractors.
The government is working towards enacting a US-style False Claims Law that will enable citizens to sue contractors who take up public projects but fail to deliver.