ThomasNet.com, which is a free industrial supplier discovery and product-sourcing platform, was recently relaunched. Attendees at the upcoming NIGP Forum (NIGP: The Institute for Public Procurement) can learn more about the platform’s features.
ThomasNet.com, which is a free industrial supplier discovery and product-sourcing platform, was recently relaunched. Attendees at the upcoming NIGP Forum (NIGP: The Institute for Public Procurement) can learn more about the platform’s features....More
Martin J. Milita Jr. Esq., senior director at Duane Morris Government Strategies, offers pointers that will help vendors and contractors land federal government sales. Federal selling season takes place as the end of the federal fiscal year nears on Sept. 30....More
Hobas pipe is used for new construction and rehab in a variety of installations. The company sells centrifugally cast, fiberglass-reinforced, polymer mortar pipe (CCFRPM). The firm is exhibiting at several upcoming conferences....More
The nomination deadline is August 6 for the Berkeley-Haas Open Innovation Awards. Innovators in government agencies, small businesses and other organizations are invited to enter the awards competition....More
In Penton’s mid-year 2015 survey of city administrators, worker salaries and health care-insurance premiums ranked as the top line items that city officials expect to grow in their next budgets....More
Ted Ross, the interim general manager of the Information Technology Agency in Los Angeles, outlines steps that local governments should take as the clock winds down to the July 14 end of Windows 2003 server support....More
Kubota Tractor is now offering its SSV-Series skid steer loaders. Two models are available that serve construction, public works, grounds maintenance, landscaping and other government applications....More
Several budget areas will get more funding in 2015 compared to 2014. An E-survey of GPN and American City and County readers shows that public safety, health coverage and road/infrastructure projects will all see bigger budgets in 2015. The survey question drew 316 responses....More
Officials in Philadelphia recently unveiled the city’s Philly 311 system. The setup expands citizens’ access to city services via a range of communication channels including telephone, Internet, the 311 mobile app, and social media....More
City leaders are optimistic. More than half (56 percent) of 313 respondents to an E-survey of GPN and American City and County readers expect their communities to get about the same or more funding from federal and state sources in 2016....More
The typical office worker spends 5 hours and 40 minutes sitting each day at his or her desk. Scientists say that people who sit all day for years on the job may find themselves with a range of health problems. Please choose your answer(s).
In this paper, Walz Group Founder and CEO Rod Walz makes the case that, even in a digital age, Certified Mail will remain an indispensable tool for anyone who sends critical communications. Three reasons are given for the relevance of the Green Card and associated services, with a brief history of how Certified Mail has evolved since its introduction by the United States Postal Service®....More
To benchmark the current usage levels and overall perception of digital signatures at government organizations, CoSign by ARX commissioned American City & County to conduct a study of its audience during July 2014....More
On April 2, 2013, GPN and Government Procurement launched new websites as part of American City & County. Our new platform introduces new features and enhanced functionality to better serve you. Check it out!