The U.S. Department of the Treasury`s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) today announced a comparison with Generali Global Assistance, Inc. (GGA), a New York-based travel assistance company. GGA agreed to pay $5,864,860 to settle its possible civil liability for 2,593 clear violations of Cuban asset control rules. The GGA deliberately returned Cuba-related payments to its Canadian subsidiary, the avoidability of direct refunds to Cuban parties and travellers while operating in Cuba. The GGA then repaid these payments to its Canadian subsidiary. The GGA has formally codified this indirect payment transaction in its procedures manual. OFAC found that the case was voluntarily notified to OFAC itself and that the overt offences constitute a monstrous case. For more information, see the following web release and settlement agreement. Following a complaint investigation or compliance check, the OCR sometimes determines whether it is necessary to negotiate resolution agreements that require registered companies to take corrective action to comply with federal civil rights laws. These agreements can be broad national agreements that require systemic changes in the way a state does business, or may cover a single health care provider or hospital.
Some recent examples are cited below: this transaction agreement (hereafter referred to as the “agreement”) is entered into voluntarily between Mr./Mrs XXXXXXXXX, a member of the Bureau of Relamation, and the Bureau of Reclamation (DOI). In this context, Mr. XXXXXXXX and Reclamation are collectively referred to as “the parties.” As a result, Reclamation and Mr. XXXXXXXX, under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Civil Rights Act of 1991, approve the following measures. . . . 18. Agreement of concord between the United States of America, the University of Louisiana Tech and the Board of Supervisors for the University of Louisiana System Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, DJ No.
204-33-116 [Exhibit 1] . . ./s/Janine Vaccarello JANINE VACCARELLO Chief Operating Officer National Museum of Crime and Punishment . . 14. National Federation of the Blind, et al. and the United States of America against HRB Digital LLC and HRB Tax Group, Inc. Order of Approval [paragraphs 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23] . . 30. National Federation of the Blind transaction agreement, and. al.
v. Law School Admission Council [para. 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 6, 7, 8] . . . . this content is reviewed in section 508. If you need immediate help accessing this content, please send a request to OCRMail@hhs.gov.
The content is updated until the result of the review conducted in accordance with Section 508. . 174. Voluntary compliance agreement between the United States of America and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (2019) [paragraphs 22-30] . . . . 1. For the National Museum of Crime and Punishment: Janine Vaccarello Chief Operating Officer 575 7th St. NW Washington, DC 20004 (202) 393-1099 .
. . 2. For the United States: Rebecca B. Bond, Chief Disability Rights Section U.S. Department of Justice 1425 New York Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20005 . 19. Transaction agreement between the United States of America; the National Federation for the Blind, Inc.
and the American Council for the Blind and the Arizona Board of Regents for and on behalf of Arizona State University [paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4] . . . . VANITA GUPTA Deputy Attorney General EVE L. HILL Deputy Attorney General Civil Rights Division REBECCA B. BOND Chief SHEILA M. FORAN Special Legal Counsel AMANDA MAISELS Deputy Chief Disability Rights Section Civil Rights Division . .
17. Transaction agreement between the United States of America and Ahold U.S.A., Inc. and Peapod, LLC (Peapod, LLC owns and operates peapod.com) According to the Americans with Disabilities Act, DJ No.