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Reducing DOD travel per diems has a negative ripple effect that hurts both our military personnel and private citizens. The U.S. travel industry supports the reinstatement of previous per diem levels, and hopes that both Congress and the Department of Defense do so swiftly.
In the wake of March’s terror attacks in Brussels, lawmakers are again rightfully asking hard questions about our nation’s security systems. Here are three things Congress can do immediately that will improve make all travelers to and within the United States safer.
Millions of eligible people in the U.S. are still not signed up for TSA Pre✓, in many cases because they harbor some misconceptions about the program and what it does. Here are five common myths about TSA Pre✓.
U.S. Travel is monitoring developments regarding the Zika virus. While CDC reports that widespread transmission here is unlikely at this time, we are prepared to activate our industry's readiness efforts if and when needed.
Politico Playbook author Mike Allen predicts that in the next administration, there will be “a big push for infrastructure spending and it will succeed.” Even in the current political environment, improving America's infrastructure is one issue that can generate bipartisan progress.
Last week, tourism, meetings and events professionals around the world celebrated the inaugural Global Meetings Industry Day, to spotlight the real impact these events have on our lives. Here are some of the day’s highlights.
This week's Friday Check-In recognizes the global celebration of the meetings industry and its impact on people, businesses and communities. We also recap the U.S. Senate's bipartisan approval of its FAA reauthorization package and provide an update on developments with the Visa Waiver Program.