Autonomous vehicles, peer-to-peer and fleet car sharing, the use of telematics data to measure the habits of drivers. All are innovative and disruptive technologies in the automobile world that could have significant implications for insurance in the years ahead. In this webinar, a panel of experts discussed the public policy considerations stemming from these advancements.

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The Trump administration released its first full fiscal budget for 2018, called the “Taxpayer First” Budget, this week. As expected, the budget delivers a gut-punch to several energy and environment programs within the Department of Energy, or DOE, and the Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA. Furthermore, the steep cuts proposed in the budget could eventually be magnified in a sort of double whammy to state efforts to protect the environment and transition to cleaner sources of energy.

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This eCademy webinar provides an overview of workforce development initiatives in the states, including a high-level summary of state plans for implementation of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, or WIOA. Experts on WIOA provide state examples of both the consolidated and unified plans, highlight the process used to choose the plan, and discuss implementation and intrastate regional coordination.

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This eCademy webinar provides an overview of workforce development initiatives in the states, including a high-level summary of state plans for implementation of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, or WIOA. Experts on WIOA provide state examples of both the consolidated and unified plans, highlight the process used to choose the plan, and discuss implementation and intrastate regional coordination.

Under Gov. Matt Mead, Wyoming has maintained one of the largest rainy day funds in the nation despite financial volatility in the energy-producing state caused by fluctuating gas prices. He has also focused on diversifying Wyoming’s economy through innovation and technology and by expanding business opportunities in the technology, renewable energy and manufacturing sectors. Mead said opening up the state to new industries combined with disciplined budgeting have kept Wyoming stable through the economy’s ups and downs.