Ready to hop into a driverless vehicle? Opportunities to ride are abundant!

From Boston to Austin, autonomous vehicles are being tested on city streets. It’s so common that the driverless cars are no longer head-turners. Some estimates are that 10 million self-driving cars will be on the road by 2020.  But, the introduction of  new multi-passenger self-driving shuttles are still turning heads. These vehicles are grabbing the attention […]

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Alternative funding sources for government projects

Government leaders continually struggle for funding. Budgets are constrained and critical needs are great. That creates great stress. However, public officials have options. Lots of alternative funding is available for projects that result in certain positive outcomes. Alternative revenue sources can be accessed through a number of federally funded programs. And, while these are attractive […]

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Congressional leaders begin to address infrastructure with a plan of their own

Delays in the rollout of the Trump administration’s much-heralded $1 trillion infrastructure plan are proving costly for deteriorating U.S. roads, bridges, airports and transit systems. And the longer the delay, the more it will cost taxpayers. Tired of delays on a long-awaited new plan, some members of Congress are busy putting together a “Plan B.”

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Bridge construction projects – happening at ‘almost’ the speed of light!

Two city bridge superstructures demolished, moved and replaced in 16 hours? Impossible?  No…it can happen and Utah’s Department of Transportation just proved it. This impossible-sounding accomplishment is a result of a program called Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC). It allows completion of bridge projects in record time. But, these kinds of success stories are not just […]

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Government leaders find creative ways to deal with budget reductions

Early one recent Saturday morning, half a dozen residents of Hamtramck, a city of 22,000 in Michigan, spent the morning patching potholes along a city street in an area of town where they live. The citizens worked with 900 pounds of cold patch asphalt, which they had jointly purchased with no assistance from the city, […]

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Congressional leaders begin to address infrastructure with a plan of their own

  Delays in the rollout of the Trump administration’s much-heralded $1 trillion infrastructure plan are proving costly for deteriorating U.S. roads, bridges, airports and transit systems. And the longer the delay, the more it will cost taxpayers. Tired of delays on a long-awaited new plan, some members of Congress are busy putting together a “Plan […]

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Mary Scott Nabers is currently scheduling her next speaking engagements and conferences.

Please check back soon to see her updated events calendar.

Congressional leaders begin to address infrastructure with a plan of their own

Delays in the rollout of the Trump administration’s much-heralded $1 trillion infrastructure plan are proving costly for deteriorating U.S. roads, bridges, airports and transit systems. And the longer the delay, the more it will cost taxpayers. Tired of delays on a long-awaited new plan, some members of Congress are busy putting together a “Plan B.”

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Nabers for Born2Invest: Public safety concerns cause law enforcement technology demand to rise

There are indications that public safety concerns will provoke the spending on law enforcement technology in the US. This will surprise many. A recent report estimates that spending on law enforcement technology in the United States will likely reach $7.6 billion this year and that number will climb exponentially in the next few years. Law enforcement […]

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Infrastructure back in spotlight; Trump appoints advisory council

The wheels on the Trump administration’s $1 trillion infrastructure plan appear to be moving. After months of delays, the president, through an executive order, announced the creation of a Presidential Advisory Council on Infrastructure. Neither the president nor Congress has been able to focus on infrastructure as health care legislation has dominated the early months […]

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Nabers to attend SelectUSA Investment Summit

Mary Scott Nabers, president and CEO of Strategic Partnerships, Inc. and co-founder of the Gemini Global Group, will attend the SelectUSA Investment Summit, June 18 – 20, 2017 in Washington, D.C.

 

Date: June 18, 2017—June 20, 2017
Event: Nabers to attend SelectUSA Investment Summit
Venue: Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center
Location: Washington, DC
Registration: Click here to register.
More Info: Click here for more information.
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Nabers to attend Digital Summit Conference

Mary Scott Nabers, president and CEO of Strategic Partnerships, Inc. and co-founder of the Gemini Global Group, will attend the Digital Summit Conference, April 10 – 12 1, 2017 in Nashville, TN.

 

Date: April 10, 2017—April 12, 2017
Event: Nabers to attend Digital Summit Conference
Registration: Click here to register.
More Info: Click here for more information.
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Nabers to Attend P3C: Public-Private Partnership Conference & Expo 2017

Mary Scott Nabers, president and CEO of Strategic Partnerships, Inc. and co-founder of the Gemini Global Group, will attend the P3C Public-Private Partnership Conference & Expo 2017, February 27 – March 1, 2017 – Dallas, Texas

 

Date: February 27, 2017—March 1, 2017
Event: Nabers to Attend P3C: Public-Private Partnership Conference & Expo 2017
Topic: P3C Conference & Expo 2017 - Dallas
Public: Public
Registration: Click here to register.
More Info: Click here for more information.
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Nabers to Speak at City Age: Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Mary Scott Nabers, president and CEO of Strategic Partnerships, Inc. and co-founder of the Gemini Global Group, will speak at City Age: Florida, February 22 – 23, 2017, to discuss how models of P3 development can move beyond the transportation sector into broader application in civic infrastructure.

Date: February 22, 2017—February 23, 2017
Event: Nabers to Speak at City Age: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Public: Public
Registration: Click here to register.
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Ready to hop into a driverless vehicle? Opportunities to ride are abundant!

From Boston to Austin, autonomous vehicles are being tested on city streets. It’s so common that the driverless cars are no longer head-turners. Some estimates are that 10 million self-driving cars will be on the road by 2020.  But, the introduction of  new multi-passenger self-driving shuttles are still turning heads. These vehicles are grabbing the attention […]

Read More »

Alternative funding sources for government projects

Government leaders continually struggle for funding. Budgets are constrained and critical needs are great. That creates great stress. However, public officials have options. Lots of alternative funding is available for projects that result in certain positive outcomes. Alternative revenue sources can be accessed through a number of federally funded programs. And, while these are attractive […]

Read More »

Bridge construction projects – happening at ‘almost’ the speed of light!

Two city bridge superstructures demolished, moved and replaced in 16 hours? Impossible?  No…it can happen and Utah’s Department of Transportation just proved it. This impossible-sounding accomplishment is a result of a program called Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC). It allows completion of bridge projects in record time. But, these kinds of success stories are not just […]

Read More »

Government leaders find creative ways to deal with budget reductions

Early one recent Saturday morning, half a dozen residents of Hamtramck, a city of 22,000 in Michigan, spent the morning patching potholes along a city street in an area of town where they live. The citizens worked with 900 pounds of cold patch asphalt, which they had jointly purchased with no assistance from the city, […]

Read More »

Congressional leaders begin to address infrastructure with a plan of their own

  Delays in the rollout of the Trump administration’s much-heralded $1 trillion infrastructure plan are proving costly for deteriorating U.S. roads, bridges, airports and transit systems. And the longer the delay, the more it will cost taxpayers. Tired of delays on a long-awaited new plan, some members of Congress are busy putting together a “Plan […]

Read More »