Not only do governments need that kind of expertise, but they need to find a way to publish data without much of a budget — if any.
Posts Tagged: Syracuse
Hey Govloopers – Happy Saturday!!! Doc Nix – and the esteemed Green Machine from George Mason will warm you up with their version of a Rage classic: Three weeks from tomorrow it will be Selection Sunday (you make sure you stay tuned here because we’re going to have a bracket challenge on Govloop) – the… Read more »
I love learning about different roles in local government. I was lucky enough to interview Andy Maxwell, the Director of Planning & Sustainability in the City of Syracuse, New York. This interview was especially interesting to me since I spent the past year completing my MPA program at Syracuse. It was fun to hear some… Read more »
Here is a very disheartening article from my hometown of Syracuse, New York. On Sunday, the Syracuse Post Standard reported that Eileen and Brendan Caver were unintentionally hired by Syracuse City Hall. The Caver’s quit their jobs in Iowa and were set to make the move to Syracuse, only to learn that a mistake had… Read more »
Good morning!! Hey Govies 🙂 Good day from the @HokieGuru. Hope all is well in your world. Daily Awesome Update (yes, I’m stealing from @govloop… so what haha): The Department of Justice is looking into Bowl Championship Series anti-trust claims. Some think they are barking up the wrong tree. 2011 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Bracket… Read more »
Dear friends, we know many of you can’t come to the conference or you’ve got ADD and will be fiddling with your phone/laptop. You can still join the conversation and do something with those twitchy fingers by amplifying our live tweeting. We will also be fielding questions from twitter to pose to the panelists in… Read more »
Dear Santa, I’ve been pretty good this year. I completed a year of public service through AmeriCorps, I started Graduate School at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School, and I moved out of my parents house. So, this year I am not asking for much, just that the City of Syracuse become a beta city. “Beta City”… Read more »