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Cuomo and Corporate Welfare

The Andrew Cuomo campaign account is now up to an astonishing $33.3 million dollars. Cuomo has amassed the largest war chest among all Governor’s in the nation. After Cuomo Governor Brown in California is a distant second with $10 million in his campaign account.Cuomo likes to portray himself as the man of the people concerned about…See More
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Cuomo and Corporate Welfare

The Andrew Cuomo campaign account is now up to an astonishing $33.3 million dollars. Cuomo has amassed the largest war chest among all Governor’s in the nation. After Cuomo Governor Brown in California is a distant second with $10 million in his campaign account.Cuomo likes to portray himself as the man of the people concerned about…See More
Jan 17
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"Thanks for the info. I would like to see local governments put forth plans for their departments on an annual basis and solicit public feedback."
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Does Your Local Government Have An Office of New Ideas?

The book Reinventing Government by David Osborne and Ted Gaebler, released twenty years ago had a big impact on me. I created the non-profit Center For Reinventing Government due to the change in thinking the book brought about for me.Ted Gaebler has been the City Manager of Rancho Cordova for ten years. Rancho Cordova is a California…See More
Dec 20, 2013
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Does Your Local Government Have An Office of New Ideas?

The book Reinventing Government by David Osborne and Ted Gaebler, released twenty years ago had a big impact on me. I created the non-profit Center For Reinventing Government due to the change in thinking the book brought about for me.Ted Gaebler has been the City Manager of Rancho Cordova for ten years. Rancho Cordova is a California…See More
Dec 20, 2013
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Making Government Better, Faster and Simpler

First term Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton (Democrat), is focusing his administration on streamlining government operations. A worthy cause in my opinion and one that can be done at all levels of government. Some of the items Dayton is looking at according to a …See More
Dec 3, 2013
Chuck Brooks commented on Paul Wolf's blog post 'An Open Government Tool'
"Transparency is always a good thing in government whether State & Local or Federal. It has to be backed up with good customer service. Together the combination of openess and serving the constituent works best."
Nov 8, 2013
A blog post by Paul Wolf was featured

An Open Government Tool

Some cities like Oakland are committed to open government and some cities like Buffalo are not. In previous posts I have discussed the …See More
Nov 7, 2013
Paul Wolf posted a blog post

An Open Government Tool

Some cities like Oakland are committed to open government and some cities like Buffalo are not. In previous posts I have discussed the …See More
Nov 7, 2013
A blog post by Paul Wolf was featured

Do Not Hit The Car In Front Of You!

Often times the biggest problem with government bureaucracy is the inability to keep things simple. Something as simple as a street sign can be made a nightmare by some bureaucrat. Check out this school zone traffic sign as an example, which I wrote about in a previous post.Try to make sense when the speed…See More
Oct 16, 2013
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Do Not Hit The Car In Front Of You!

Often times the biggest problem with government bureaucracy is the inability to keep things simple. Something as simple as a street sign can be made a nightmare by some bureaucrat. Check out this school zone traffic sign as an example, which I wrote about in a previous post.Try to make sense when the speed…See More
Oct 16, 2013
A blog post by Paul Wolf was featured

Democracy New Hampshire Style

A recent analysis by Jim Heaney, documented the declining rate of voting taking place in Buffalo. Only 20% of registered Democrats voted in the Buffalo Mayor primary election. The number of people participating in school…See More
Oct 10, 2013
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Democracy New Hampshire Style

A recent analysis by Jim Heaney, documented the declining rate of voting taking place in Buffalo. Only 20% of registered Democrats voted in the Buffalo Mayor primary election. The number of people participating in school…See More
Oct 10, 2013
A blog post by Paul Wolf was featured

Cuomo Is The Richard Nixon Of New York

When Andrew Cuomo ran to be the Governor of New York he promised that his administration would be the most open and transparent administration ever. Yet time after time he does not back up his talk on open government.The latest example involves a Freedom of Information request by the Buffalo News seeking copies of communications…See More
Sep 20, 2013
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Cuomo Is The Richard Nixon Of New York

When Andrew Cuomo ran to be the Governor of New York he promised that his administration would be the most open and transparent administration ever. Yet time after time he does not back up his talk on open government.The latest example involves a Freedom of Information request by the Buffalo News seeking copies of communications…See More
Sep 20, 2013

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Cuomo and Corporate Welfare

Posted on January 17, 2014 at 12:17am 0 Comments

The Andrew Cuomo campaign account is now up to an astonishing $33.3 million dollars. Cuomo has amassed the largest war chest among all Governor’s in the nation. After Cuomo Governor Brown in California is a distant second with $10 million in his campaign account.

Cuomo likes to portray himself as…

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Does Your Local Government Have An Office of New Ideas?

Posted on December 19, 2013 at 11:35pm 0 Comments

The book Reinventing Government by David Osborne and Ted Gaebler, released twenty years ago had a big impact on me. I created the non-profit Center For Reinventing Government due to the change in thinking the book brought about for me.

Ted Gaebler has been the City Manager of Rancho Cordova for ten years.…

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Making Government Better, Faster and Simpler

Posted on December 3, 2013 at 2:26am 0 Comments

First term Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton (Democrat), is focusing his administration on streamlining government operations. A worthy cause in my opinion and one that can be done at all levels of government. Some of the items Dayton is looking at according to a …

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An Open Government Tool

Posted on November 7, 2013 at 7:58am 1 Comment

Some cities like Oakland are committed to open government and some cities like Buffalo are not. In previous posts I have discussed the …

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At 9:44am on February 6, 2012, David Atwood said…

Hi Paul,

I'm actually a Bermudian and have been working in Government here for about 30 years, primarily in Information Technology

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