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DOT Enhances Its Program for Disadvantaged Business Enterprises

The Department of Transportation on Tuesday announced a final rule that modernizes its Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program, which aims to give entrepreneurs facing either social or economic disadvantages a fair shot at competing for transportation contracts in the procurement process.

Net Neutrality Is Really A Debate Over Monopoly Power

“They do not want their providers engaging in blocking, throttling, and paid prioritization. And if they have problems they expect the Nation’s expert authority on communications to be able to respond,”

Feds to end coal leasing in Powder River Basin, nation’s largest source of coal

Though the Powder River Basin coal industry has been in decline since 2008, the BLM’s decision — even if it is defeated by legal challenges — sends a strong signal to the industry, as well as Wyoming and Montana leaders, that mining in the region will come to an end, said Shannon Anderson, attorney for the Sheridan-based landowner advocacy group Powder River Basin Resource Council.

Welcome to the world of smart dorm – Missoula, Montana based The Smart Dorm Company

The Smart Dorm Company, founded by two Montana university students, utilizes new innovations to establish smart infrastructure for various facilities. We are focused on creating cost-effective sustainable technology for large-scale residential facilities.

Pilot and Zendesk Pitch Deck Teardown!

Crafting a winning pitch is a challenge. That’s why we’re bringing in Silicon Valley VCs to share their secrets, helping you secure your next round! Zendesk has partnered with Pilot to spill the tea about perfect pitches.

D.C. Has an Excellent Model for Strengthening Child Care. The City May Do Away With It.

Supplementing early childhood educators’ wages has gone a long way toward addressing a longtime crisis. Even if the program doesn’t survive the city’s budget process, it should remain an example for local, state and federal efforts.

Hire a Teenager This Summer and Get a Tax Break

The tax credit, which pays $1,200 per qualified teenager, could provide a much-needed boost to seasonal businesses, like restaurants, amusement parks, pools, and beach shops, which already depend on high schoolers to beef up their staff each summer, says certified public accountant Miklos Ringbauer.

Planet Fitness offers free summer workout pass for teens, high school students

Here’s what you need to know about the High School Summer Pass program.

Scaling MT Speaker Series Featuring Phil Venables, VP & CISO of Google Cloud – 5/16 – Bozeman, Kalispell, Billings and Zoom

This month’s featured speaker is Phil Venables, Chief Information Security Officer of Google Cloud. He is a world-renown cybersecurity expert, who also serves on the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, as well as the Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board of NIST. He will be joined by Sherri Davidoff of LMG Security for a conversation bout cyber and security risks.

Stem Ecosystems

Every young person should have access to rich, connected learning opportunities