By Puerto Vallarta Tourism Board
The January 19th update to the US Department's and the Canadian Foreign Affairs Department’s Travel Warning to Mexico do not include the international resort city of Puerto Vallarta.
By David Lohan
At this time of the year many are thinking about their holidays. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry might have been forgiven if he had been thinking about his about now.
By Beacon Associates, Inc.
Beacon has been awarded a contract to provide warehousing support to the Department of State (DOS) as a subcontractor to Lumark Technologies.
By Association of Mature American Citizens
‘We coddle our adversaries and give the air to our friends’
By Hotel Rwanda Rusesabagina Foundation
Paul Rusesabagina, President of the Hotel Rwanda Rusesabagina Foundation congratulates Senator Russ Feingold on his appointment as the United States’ Special Envoy to the Great Lakes Region of Africa.
By L M I
LMI has won a $10.3 million contract supporting the U.S. Department of State through survey-based population forecasts of passport product demand.
By Bring Baby Caroline Home
21-Month Old Caroline Grace Peters Kidnapped in Dubai by Father Charles Peters, Who is Defying Laws of Both UAE and US in Refusing to Return Child to Mother. Pleading for Involvement of UAE, US and INTERPOL to Reunite Caroline with Mom
The International Society of Diversity & Inclusion Professionals Partners with the U.S. Department of State and SHRM to Help Diversity Leaders Gain a Global View of Foreign Policy
By Brighton Publishing Press Room
Brighton Publishing LLC announced the print release of authors Jamie Kendall and Carol O’Riley’s anticipated novel of two women who find their independence, each other, and a world of adventure in the Foreign Service
By Brighton Publishing LLC
Brighton Publishing LLC announced the eBook release of debut authors Jamie Kendall and Carol O’Riley’s anticipated novel of two women who find their independence, each other, and a world of adventure in the Foreign Service
By brian hennessey
America's Non-Governmental Organizations press the US Goverment to support human rights in Egypt
By Everblue Training Institute
The sustainability education provider offered courses to members of the Bureau of Overseas Building Operations.
By Center for Public Policy Analysis ( CPPA )
In response to the current Lao Hmong refugee and humanitarian crisis in Thailand and Laos, The Honorable H. Eugene Douglas, Former U.S. Ambassador, issued a statement about the plight of Lao-Hmong refugees at Huay Nam Khao and Nong Khai, Thailand.
US State Department seeks Project Management professionals interested in Foreign Service Careers
By Linda Davies
Veteran-owned business leader and Improvised Explosive Device Expert, Al Johnson, was awarded the U.S. State Department Franklin Award on November 19, 2008.
By Vermont Discovery Cruises
Vermont Discovery Cruises, a vacation cruise line based in Burlington, Vermont, announces 59 cruise dates for 2008 that will remain within U.S. boarders. Cruises will not require passport id.