Federal Reserve personnel, state banking institutions backed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, financial markets, holding company personnel, including senior financial officers, merger and acquisitions teams, subsidiaries, banking attorneys, and the American public interested in these institutions may be benefit from this content.
Topics in this volume include: accident investigations and procedures, emergency relief, national transit database, school bus operators, bus testing, transportation for elderly and handicapped persons, transportation infrastructure management, clean fuels grant program, requirements and procedures for Consumer Assistance to Recycle and Save Act, Automobile Parts content labeling, including bumper standards, odometer disclosure requirements, insurance cost information regulation, Buy America Requirements, and more.
Passenger vehicle owners, manufacturers, and drivers will be interested in this volume. Car, bus, truck manufacturers and automobile parts producers, mechanics, as well as environmentalists may have an interest in this regulatory volume.
Federal contractors and small business personnel, including proposal writers, contract management specialists, and others interested in proposing and contracting services for these agencies should be aware of the processes and procedures described in this regulatory volume. Students pursuing business contract management, and contract law, especially Federal contracts will want this volume for primary source document research.
This law will appeal to high schools, vocational schools, higher education and community college administrators, guidance counselors, and human resource professionals to work together to meet the needs of employers and job seekers' technical skills for American workers to thrive with meeting employment opportunities throughout the United States of America.