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May 20, 2013

Lying and cheating and stealing, oh my!

Public or private, some people are just corrupt....More

Addressing three must-haves for state procurement1

Contributor Bobby Feigler suggests increasing government transparency, cutting costs by saving time and utilizing local and diverse suppliers as....More

Five essentials of leadership

Contributor Paul Vitale shares insights on leadership....More

Government agencies find key resource in gifts-in-kind organizations

Contributor Gary C. Smith touts the municipal benefits of gifts in kind....More

Governmental organizations can now turn their IT teams into technology innovators

Contributor Gerard Gallant argues the merits of outsourcing IT....More
Apr 22, 2013

Cyber Search: Educated or Manipulated?

The internet knows you - so what does that mean?....More

Home Rule under fire: the canary in the coal mine

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Viewpoint: Put your fleet ahead of the curve with alternative fuel vehicles

By Greg Thompson — Today, the word "alternative" is embraced as being forward-thinking and technologically advanced. One way that local governments....More

Viewpoint: A tale of two cities

By Dean Wiech — Florida cities embrace ID/password management technology....More

Viewpoint: Facing the infrastructure cliff

By Rich Humphrey — Much has been said about the "fiscal cliff," but the greater risk is the impending "infrastructure cliff."....More

Viewpoint: Mixed-use developments important piece of future puzzle

By Mike C. Gray and Andrew K. Ryan — Touting the virtues of mixed-use communities....More

Viewpoint: Top predictions for government in 2013

By Ruthbea Yesner Clarke — As local governments look for new ways to maintain or improve service levels in a time of constrained finances resources,....More

Viewpoint: Who has the authority to negotiate?

By Frederick Marks — Knowing who you are negotiating with and what their authority is can be as important as what you are negotiating....More
Mar 11, 2013

'Engage': Google it2

I jumped when I heard my name in the toiletries aisle at the neighborhood Kroger. Recognition was the last thing I expected when weighing the merits....More
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Derek Prall

Derek Prall is a professional journalist who has held numerous positions with a variety of print and online publications including The Public Manager magazine and the New Jersey Herald. He is a 2008...

Jason Axelrod

Jason Axelrod is an award-winning journalist who has reported for The Seattle Times, The Arizona Republic, the Phoenix Business Journal and Mother Nature Network, among other outlets. Jason...
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