Today, January 22nd, marks the 32nd day of the longest government shutdown in the nation’s history.1 While not all factions of the government have been halted, this partial shutdown, which began in late December, has seen approximately 800,000 federal workers not receive pay.2 Unfortunately, these government workers aren’t the only... Read more →


Imagine this: You are in the airport waiting for your flight home. The stress of packing, checking out of your lodging, getting to the airport on time and then through the infamous lines at the security gate seem far behind you now. But, just before you are ready to hop... Read more →


As states continue to become compliant with the REAL ID Act, which sets universal, nation-wide standards for identification (i.e. driver’s licenses), there is still mounting confusion for companies and their corporate travelers over which enforcement deadlines to pay attention to. To break it down, there are two deadline types you... Read more →


The year of 2018 brings with it a remarkably positive outlook for the travel industry, with expected growth continuing throughout the year. According to tripinfo.com: “This growth in travel isn’t about localized economies and domestic road trips via the family car anymore (although RV sales are expected to hit their... Read more →


This March, people across the nation will celebrate Women’s History Month- a month long holiday celebrating the achievements and contributions of women throughout history across nearly every industry. One does not have to look far to see the influence women have had in medicine, politics, technology, literature and nearly every... Read more →