State and local governments are examining blockchain’s potential for accurate, secure recordkeeping due to its resistance to data modification.
Posts Tagged: Austin
Many local civil servants choose public service over higher salaries or less stress. A great manager can make all the difference in choosing to stay.
Everyone has heard the stories of lottery winners who receive large sums of money only to find themselves broke within a few years. . . Or the stories of star athletes who come into financial resources and stardom at a young age and later end up in legal trouble battling severe addictions and emotional issues…. Read more »
***Part of our month-long series on Creating a Digital City with PDF – Check out all our analysis*** As municipalities across the country are exploring how to use the Internet to make theirs better places to live, some winning combinations of talent, policy and technology are beginning to emerge — as are problems with other… Read more »
SxSW Interactive, one of the best technology conferences you can attend, kicks off today in sunny Austin, Texas. Unfortunately, even though I’m only one mile away, won’t be attending this year. But that doesn’t mean I can’t keep up with what’s going on in my favorite sessions. At 2:00PM CST, Tim O’Reilly, the founder of… Read more »
So last night was the Austin GovUp. Unfortunately I couldn’t make it there in person but I just got off phone from GovLoop team and they said it was amazing. Manor CIO Dustin Haisler gave an amazing talk and the audience was riveting. And just lots of awesome folks. There was a pretty solid mix… Read more »
Members of the National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation (NCDD) are hosting budget-friendly regional events this October and November in 5 cities across the country, and we’d love to see lots of GovLoop members there! All 5 events are posted at GovLoop: – Denver, Colorado – The Wellshire Inn on Friday, October 22, 2010 –… Read more »