Nabers among speakers at D.C. public-private partnerships conference

Joins other experts to share expertise regarding growing alternative funding option

AUSTIN, TX (11/20/18) – Mary Scott Nabers, president and CEO of Strategic Partnerships, Inc., will be joined by representatives of a trio of national and global transportation, infrastructure, engineering and design firms as panelists for an interactive conversation to kick off the Nov. 27 and 28 Public-Private Partnership (P3) Federal Conference in Washington, D.C.

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Tax breaks are universally coveted!  And, tax incentives attached to investments in government projects have attracted the attention of investors and developers. 

Last week, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced eagerly awaited proposed regulations and guidelines for a program that trades tax incentives for investments in projects in underserved communities in the nation’s 8,700 new Opportunity Zones.

Nabers to address infrastructure, transportation investment in Texas

Will join other subject matter experts for TAB Legislative Pre-Session Conference
AUSTIN, TX (11/1/18) – Mary Scott Nabers, president and CEO of Strategic Partnerships, Inc., will be among a number of subject matter experts participating in the Nov. 14 Texas Association of Business (TAB) Legislative Pre-Session Conference. Speakers will address the most important issues affecting Texans as lawmakers prepare for the upcoming legislative session in Texas. The 86th Texas Legislature will convene on Jan. 8, 2019.

Facial Recognition Scanning Taking off Across US

Recently, a woman carrying an American passport arrived at Washington Dulles International Airport on a flight from Ghana. Facial recognition technology alerted the U.S. Border Patrol that she was not an American citizen but a citizen from Cameroon. It was the third time in the past 40 days that facial recognition scanning technology identified an impostor using another person’s passport.

It’s inevitable: Driverless vehicle is the future

Eager to ride in a computer-controlled vehicle? Worried about driverless cars approaching you on city streets? Better not worry about either scenario because, no matter how you feel about autonomous vehicles (AVs), that is the future. Driverless vehicles have attracted the attention of city leaders nationwide and big changes are occurring. The Smart Transportation Market will, in the not-too-distant future, exceed $7 trillion and companies are rushing in aggressively to capture a slice of this lucrative marketplace.