Government

  • U.S. Probing Visa Applicants’ Social Media

    Jun 7, 2019 — The State Department is now requiring visa applicants to submit information about their social media accounts as part of a more extensive screening process that will affect about 15 million foreigners seeking to enter the United States each year.
  • IAM Attends the Young Movers Conference (YMC) in Romania

    May 22, 2019 — IAM Staff Members Brian Limperopulos and Julia O’Connor attended the 2019 Young Movers Conference earlier this month.
  • The Pentagon Is Rushing to Outsource Military Moves, and Moving Companies Aren't Happy

    May 10, 2019 — U.S. Transportation Command in April posted a draft request for proposal to hire a single company to manage the system responsible for permanent change-of-station moves. Members of the International Association of Movers want Congress to require the DoD to create a working group to study the measure before it goes any further.
  • USTRANSCOM Deputy Commander Gets New Assignment

    May 3, 2019 — According to a recent General Officer Announcement message, Lt Gen John J. Broadmeadow, currently the USTC Deputy Commander, will soon become the Director of the Marine Corps staff.