WASHINGTON, D.C.—The federal government shutdown, now the longest in our nation’s history, is putting unsustainable...
DC members are invited to join AOBA colleagues on Thursday, January 10, 2019 at 1:30 P.M. at AOBA’s office (1025 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite...
Following a year of deliberation about how the District should tackle climate change, the DC Council voted on December 18 to pass the nation’s...
For the past several years, tenant advocates, housing providers and the Council have been debating the use of concessions. In some areas and for...
On July 5, the DC Water Board of Directors approved their multi-year water and sewer rate proposals for Fiscal Years 2019 and 2020 without any...
The DC Mayor's Office of Talent and Appointments (MOTA) is seeking qualified applicants to serve on the Construction Codes Coordinating Board...
On March 17, the DC Water Board of Directors submitted their multi-year water and sewer rate proposals for Fiscal Years 2019 and 2020. While many...
As members are aware, the 2017 energy and water benchmarking data was due to DOEE by April 2nd. After submitting your data, you will receive...
Having issues with DC Water data?
Check out this important update from DOEE regarding the District's April 2 benchmarking reporting deadline and...
Every state, including the District of Columbia, may choose up to 25% of eligible census tracts as "Opportunity Zones." In DC, 97 census tracts meet...
AOBA members are invited to join us for this advocacy briefing:
UNDERSTANDING THE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION’S (OSHA)...
During this month, over 50 agencies, commissions and administrations will visit the DC Council for their annual “health” exam, known as...