It’s too early to predict what the long-term changes stemming from COVID-19 will look like for local municipalities and the nation at large. However, one thing is certain to be true for whatever the new normal brings. From a macro perspective,…
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Business continuity is of utmost importance for the public sector. Local governments are looked upon as pillars of a community because they provide invaluable services to citizens. For example, issues such as missed service requests can cause…
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Many government agencies understand the cloud can be an extremely beneficial tool to streamline a municipality’s operations and optimize employee time and engagement. Almost 70 percent of state IT decision makers reported in a State Scoop…
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The 2020 U.S. census promises to be a cliffhanger for anyone
who plans, manages or governs an American city or is thinking of moving to
one. As the nation recovered from the
Great Recession that began in 2007-2008, the American city experienced…
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Governments are the stewards of the citizens and have the hard task of delivering high quality services to citizens while managing tight budgets. Automation can help. Here are 3 ways governments can make the most out of this beneficial tool.
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Municipal governments house enormous amounts of data on everything from finances and infrastructure assets to local businesses and citizens. This is how they protect that data.
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Tackling environmental issues and leaving a legacy of sustainability for future generations are urgent priorities for many citizens and governments alike. These three cities have figured out the recipe for success.
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Benjamin Franklin once said that nothing is certain in the world but death and taxes. If one thing is certain about taxes, however, it’s that the laws surrounding them often change. In 2020, many new and complex changes to tax laws will be…
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For consumers, the sharing economy offers convenience. For
the government, it presents regulatory gray areas. Between 2016 and 2019,
the number of short-term vacation rentals (STRs) more than doubled. Cities and
counties across North America…