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FTA’s Limited Oversight of Grantees’ Compliance With Insurance Requirements Puts Federal Funds and Hurricane...

Proceeds at Risk What We Looked At After Hurricane Sandy hit in October 2012, the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) awarded approximately $5.03 billion in grant funding...

What every engineer should understand about business insurance

By Jim Loughlin More and more frequently, engineers are starting their own businesses or working on the side as freelancers. There is a big upside...

Insurance market outlook

Insurance industry economics provide some perspective on where insurance rates are going in 2019. By Jeff Cavignac, CPCU, RPLU, ARM, MLIS; Jase Hamilton, CPCU, AFSB;...

QBE North America announces new errors and omissions coverage

QBE North America announced a partnership with AmWINS Program Underwriters to offer Errors and Omissions coverage for architects, engineers and design (A&E) businesses.

Report addresses flooding and flood insurance impacts on rural Pennsylvania

A newly released report examines how flooding and recent changes to the federal flood insurance program are impacting rural Pennsylvania in unique ways.

White House Office of Management and Budget releases report to support community resilience

The White Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released a new report — Standards and Finance to Support Community Resilience — the culmination of collaboration with leaders in re/insurance, catastrophe modeling, and building science to advance community resilience and insurability.

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