People who have been displaced from their jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic will have the opportunity to be placed in companies working in innovative industries under a new $10 million economic stimulus program using federal CARES Act funding.
In addition to turmoil among the leadership of the state Department of Health, the agency has been criticized for “not doing a good job” of reporting COVID-19 data, and experts said an update to the existing dashboard two weeks ago “misses the point.” This after legislators said the “DOH must provide sufficient data.”
"People who live here seem to be much more cognizant of the risks associated with hiking the Haʻikū Stairs than tourists."
The City and County of Honolulu’s Department of Transportation Services (DTS) awarded the HOLO Card service manager contract to local firm Ulu HI-Tech. The contract also awarded work to two local subcontractors, HI Tech Hui...
"The Challenge is a great opportunity for our local students to focus their skills and creativity on developing, testing and analyzing new applications for real-world use."
With more than 1.5 million visitors in 2020 alone, the primary focus of the redesign was to improve the user experience. All site information and navigation was updated based on what people searched for and used most often.
By promoting and investing in electric trucks and buses and the charging and fueling infrastructure needed to serve these vehicles, the participating states will support job creation, and help to build a resilient and clean economy.
"We proposed a simple 'Spit-in-a-Cup' that is fast, cheap and accurate, which could be used to simply test at home, at school, at work, or airports."