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Booking Technologies for the New-Age Traveller

The ‘rise of the traveller’ has procurement managers looking at more innovative technology to make the booking and payment of travel easier for their staff. Nationally, organisations across sectors are looking at ways to ‘decentralise’ travel programs and empower travellers to make decisions about their own travel.hands typing on computer keyboard with overlay of connected technology dots
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Revised security directive for travel to United States

As per the U.S Department of Homeland Security (DHS), effective 30 June 2018, passengers traveling on flights bound for the United States may be subjected to additional security measures to prohibit powder-based substances greater than 12oz/350ml in carry-on baggage. Powder substance that is in excess of the allowed amount will not be allowed in the cabin of the aircraft.
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How Much Crisis Planning is Enough?

Michael Payne is an ASIS International, Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and DRI International, Certified Business Continuity Planner (CBCP) leading iJET’s Organizational Resilience Department within the Global Operations Division. In this position, he is responsible for organizational planning/ readiness, security operations, strategy, assessments, evaluations, resiliency systems design and emergency assistance.

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