For the state’s chief information security officer, protecting IT systems and sensitive information is “a game of risk management.”
Last year, we launched GovExec State & Local. Now we’ve expanded our team, built a new digital home and are energized even more to connect the ideas and people advancing state, county and municipal government across the United States.
Mayor Cranley: The Office of Performance and Data Analytics “is absolutely essential for us to meet expectations for good customer service.”
To get tax scofflaws to pay up, some states are publishing their names and the amounts they owe on public websites.
The state legislature has only made a fourth of the agreed-upon contributions to shore up the public employee plan.
A recent court ruling is putting 220 mining jobs at risk.
Texans don’t trust the federal government. But the state relies on federal disaster funds more than any other.
Some examples of how the living can transform a domain of the dead into a valued community asset.
A new Department of Energy report suggests that new technology could unlock renewable energy potential in Southeastern states. But building new wind farms will likely involve a mix of practical and political challenges.
In addition to creating jobs and organic food, embracing local agriculture might help ease crime and recidivism, too.
Cuts in services may be the only answer, though activists hope to amend the constitution.