The city government of San Diego serves 1.4 million residents by using GIS as a core technology. The city adopted GIS 30 years ago.
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The key to transforming government and creating sustainably healthy, vibrant, and safe communities is to break down these burdensome silos.
In local government, we must be aware of the opportunity we possess to help create a healthy future for us, our community members and the environment that sustains us. What can we do?
College emergency aid programs help students meet unexpected financial needs that may prevent them from completing their degrees.
The theme of this year’s event, being held May 14 and 15 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., is “Reimagine: The Intersection of Technology and Modernization.”
Stormwater utility fees are a common public-private partnership to fund stormwater programs. Maintaining an equatable fee structure is important.
Since coming to Santa Clara County, Ann Dunkin has prioritized Agile processes and digital services, which have saved the county hundreds of millions of dollars.
Making courses count during college transfer is essential to student success and college affordability.
The continued evolution of data transparency requires that governments move data from informing to enabling stakeholders. Pairing modern technology with the timeless art of storytelling is a key way to overcome current public sector challenges and solve real-world problems.
Here are five questions that senior officials in local government should ask to assess the current status of systems of care for common high-risk, time-sensitive emergency conditions.