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US MARAD gives emphasis on cargo preference laws and regulations

The US Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration informed about the launch of newly-accredited, web-based training courses regarding cargo preference laws and regulations. The courses were created in cooperation with Defense Acquisition University, aiming to boost comprehension of and compliance with cargo preference laws by other federal agencies, supporting contractors, and program participants, such as loan and grant recipients.

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US grants $19.6 million to help small shipyards

The US Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration announced $19.6 million in grants to help capital improvements at 28 US small shipyards as a part of its Small Shipyard Grant program. Provided through MARAD's Small Shipyards Grant program, the funding supports employee training and related improvements that adopt increased efficiency and economic growth.

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Cyber-securing the web requires a fresh start

Looking for regulations to invest in cybersecurity requires a fresh start, keeping in mind that the digital world is developing everyday, while guidelines and rules can not keep up and adapt to a changing environment. The best way to achieve future cybersecurity is scrapping the web of today and start over by baking protections into the new version, according to the top security official at the Maritime Administration, Cameron Naron.

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