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Co-op risks reputational row by not repaying full government funding

Co-op’s 2500 food stores remained open throughout the Covid-19 crisis // Co-op revenue reaches £11.5bn in the full year to January 2 // Reported profit after tax was £127m compared with £24m last year // Co-op said it will not repay all of the government funding it received during the pandemic The Co-op Group has …

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HHS QSMO sees $6B more in grants handled through shared solutions this year

The Department of Health and Human Services’ goal of becoming a shared service provider for agency grants management systems is coming into focus. HHS’s Quality Service Management Office (QSMO) already has much of its basic infrastructure online. Next year, it will start offering select categories of QSMO-approved grants management solutions. While HHS grants QSMO program …

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World’s largest Covid vaccine maker says needs Indian government funds

Restrictions on exporting its Covid vaccines have left India’s Serum Institute needing financial help from the government, its CEO said, with the world’s largest jab manufacturer under pressure at home from soaring cases. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government last month put the brakes on exports of AstraZeneca jabs made by the Serum Institute of India …

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Alliant Energy Center to get federal funding for mass COVID-19 vaccinations

MADISON (WKOW) — The Alliant Energy Center in Madison will soon receive federal funding to continue its operations as a mass COVID-19 vaccination site. Check out all of our COVID-19 vaccine coverage here. Gov. Tony Evers announced the new federal funding in a press release Tuesday. The funding will officially begin to flow into Wisconsin …

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CPOA getting much needed support from city

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The group created to hold the Albuquerque Police Department accountable, when it comes to complaints and use-of-force cases, is finally getting some needed support. In the first six months of 2020, the Civilian Police Oversight Agency investigated 157 complaints filed against APD officers. Lawsuit claims Albuquerque officers should be held responsible for …

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