Asa Hutchinson, Under Secretary for Border and Transportation Security for the United States Department of Homeland Security, announced .that US VISIT is continuing to improve the border management system by planning tests of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology at the U.S.

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The Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GHCC) is set to celebrate its fourth annual Legislative Day at the Georgia Sate Capitol this Thursday, January 27th.

As the Inspector General of the Department of Transportation audits Federal and state efforts to reduce alcohol-related injuries and fatalities, The American Beverage Institute (ABI) issued a letter to members of Congress strongly urging a shift of focus to the true cause of today's drunk driving

After four years of crusading against broadcast indecency and rolling back limits on media ownership, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Michael K. Powell said he would step down from the post in March. No successor has been named.

Sure Money, the Postal Service’s international wire transfer service, also called Dinero Seguro, has expanded its reach to Latin America and the Caribbean.

The U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Federal Reserve are launching a pilot campaign in Houston aimed at increasing direct deposit use among people who receive Social Security and other federal benefits.

HHS’ Administration for Children and Families (ACF) announced the Hispanic Healthy Marriage Initiative.

San Antonio Mayor Ed Garza unveiled the evolution of the initiative with a new branded name and logo. During a news conference, Mayor Garza and dignitaries announced the South Side Initiative and designated region will now be known as "City South."

Recently, Alfonso Jackson, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) was honored by the Bush Administration for his small and minority business contracting record.

Retirees and other individuals who receive their government payments, like Social Security, by direct deposit are significantly less likely to have a problem with their payment than those who get checks.

According to Radio & Records magazine, the Philadelphia appeals court that is weighing the future of the FCC's media-ownership rules today granted an FCC request to allow the commission to enact its controversial new Arbitron-based radio-market-definition rules and abandon the service-contour

According to Radio & Records magazine, while there are no details yet on how the FCC will proceed now that the Philadelphia Third Circuit appeals court has upheld some of the commission's June 2003 radio-ownership rules, FCC spokesman David Fiske tells R&R that for all practical purposes,

The National Association of Broadcasters announced plans to hold an All-Industry Summit to address topics related to responsible programming.

Sources in Washington DC state that the Federal Communications Commision is hiring translators to monitor the broadcasts of the Spanish language Radio and TV broadcasters.