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Industry Licensing Task Force launched

 · The new task force combines the investigative, interdiction, regulatory and licensing capabilities from a variety of agencies, including HSI, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security and the FDA’s Office of Criminal Investigations.

A new Construction Licensing Task Force, supported by a range of leading industry bodies, is predicted to transform the construction sector into a high-quality and more professionalised industry with the former CEO of the british property federation, Liz Peace CBE, presiding as chairwoman.

The decision to establish a Construction Licensing Task Force follows a recommendation in an independent research report by Pye Tait published last year entitled ‘Licence to build: A pathway to licensing UK construction’, which details the benefits of introducing a licensing scheme for the whole construction industry and puts forward a proposal for how it could work.

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Construction industry launches Licensing Task Force The construction industry has come together to develop a mandatory licensing scheme for all UK construction companies to transform the sector into a high quality and professional industry, announces the Federation of master builders (fmb).

 · The construction industry has come together to develop a mandatory licensing scheme for all UK construction companies to transform the sector into a high quality and professional industry, announces the Federation of Master Builders (FMB).

Construction industry launches Licensing Task Force The construction industry in the UK has come together to develop a mandatory licensing scheme for all UK construction companies to transform the sector into a high quality and professional industry.

U.S. home sales, manufacturing stumble; job market resilient While major global stock markets were battered in 2018 – and even the initially resilient. tensions between the U.S. and China. Toward the end of 2018, China posted its slowest monthly retail sales.

The decision to establish a Construction Licensing Task Force follows a recommendation in an independent research report by Pye Tait published last year entitled ‘Licence to build: A pathway to licensing UK construction’, which details the benefits of introducing a licensing scheme for the whole construction industry and puts forward a proposal for how it could work.

The creation of this task force is modeled on the FTC’s successful Merger Litigation Task Force, launched in 2002 by then-Bureau of Competition director joe simons. The 2002 task force reinvigorated the Commission’s hospital merger review program, and also sharpened the agency’s focus on merger enforcement in retail industries.