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Why The Midmarket Is Gold For Travel Management Companies

Considering trends like open booking and self-service, it may be surprising that nearly half of U.S. midmarket firms expect their reliance on travel management companies…

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Posted in Careers Sectors

Alternative Launches After Fiscal Mismanagement Downs Government Travel Group

After three decades in operation, the Society of Government Travel Professionals last spring lost its tax-exempt nonprofit status. It had failed to file required Internal Revenue Service…

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Posted in Negotiating Sectors

Going To School On Consortia Purchasing

Purchasing consortia are big in the higher education space. Some have been around for a while and others are relatively new. When dabbling in travel, car rental…

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Delta Aims To Get ‘Em Young

Delta Air Lines has taken its interest in building loyalty among young business travelers to the corporate level. A relatively new, sometimes aggressive discount program…

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Podcast 3: Pam Massey, Patrice Simon, Miriam Moscovici

On our third podcast episode, Jay Campbell interviews Pam Massey about the new and old challenges of managing travel in a non-governmental organization, and how leadership change is…

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Posted in Productivity Sectors

CWTSatoTravel Wins 20 ETS2 Accounts, Preps Government App

Twenty of the past 22 U.S. federal agencies to select a vendor in the E-Gov Travel Service end-to-end program chose CWTSatoTravel, a spokesperson said. CWTSatoTravel has implemented 16 agencies…

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Pressured On Travel’s Value, U.S. Entertains Exceptions To Spending Controls

Under pressure from federal workers, some members of Congress and travel industry groups, the Obama Administration has loosened up a bit on the severe travel spending cuts mandated in 2012. The White House…

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