Asset recycling is the process in which the government sells, leases or reuses public assets in order to liquidate previous taxes locked in older assets.
Known for its expertise in research and innovation, the University of Texas in downtown Austin will serve as a new home to American soldiers.
Originally designed for cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology's influence has extended massively across businesses and governments.
Under the proposed changes in the structure of federal agencies, the Bureau of Labor Statistics would be integrated into the Department of Commerce.
PIPP, a new rule set to take effect on June 29, aims to use P3s and entice private investors in building public transportation systems.
Several airports across the U.S. will be experiencing a major overhaul as the country upgrades its technological systems to adapt to modern times.
The slow decay of municipal buildings presents imminent threats to public safety and health, stating a critical need for repairs and construction.
As technology moves forward, the auto industry seeks to expand the use of driverless cars with driverless ride-sharing estimated at $285 billion by 2030.
The Omnibus Appropriations Bill is a legislature requiring law enforcement officers to assume posts in every K-12 school in the state of Florida.
For projects to be qualified for a BUILD grant, they must have any possible positive impact on the safety and innovation of the place, among others.