Nonprofit organizations (NPOs) that have been inhibited in their work due to national security laws and policies could see some positive developments in three House of Representatives-passed amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act
Two letters sent from 18 members of Congress on April 22, 2020, ask three of the nations largest banks and four federal regulators to answer a series of questions about nonprofit organizations' financial access difficulties,
Bills passed by Congress and signed into law in March include relief for public charities and private foundations with tax-exempt status under IRC Sec. 501(c)(3) whose budget and operations are impacted by the pandemic. This
Legislation endorsed by the Charity & Security Network passed the U.S. House of Representatives November 27, 2018. The Global Fragility and Violence Reduction Act of 2018 (HR 5273), introduced March 14, 2018, and passed by
The House Committee on Financial Services’ Subcommittee on Terrorism and Illicit Finance heard testimony from five expert witnesses in a hearing entitled Survey of Terrorist Groups and Their Means of Financing on September 7 2018. Ms. Katherine
The Charity & Security Network (C&SN) responded to misinformation in statements about nonprofit organizations (NPOs) made in a July 11 hearing in the National Security Committee of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee in an Aug.