Monthly Archives: July 2012
Last week, in Washington D.C. a new generation of public workers came together over two days to meet with more..
States from coast to coast are looking for ways to better manage their natural resources and reinforce utility grids following..
Federal Regulators at The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have informed city officials in Miami that they plan to take..
Texas-based, public sector technology firm Tyler Technologies, broke ground on a new facility that will serve as its corporate headquarters..
Several states are considering mileage taxes as more efficient vehicles, and increased public transportation ridership add to downward pressure on..
Last year, CivSource reported on an federal audit into how West Virgina was managing its stimulus-funded broadband expansion. At that..
In an announcement today, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett announced a new initiative to improve the amount of state contracting opportunities..
Quietly last week, the California state legislature suspended parts of the Brown Act, the state’s open meetings and transparency law...
In one of the first major contract moves since the Supreme Court’s health care ruling on health care reform, Minnesota..
California Governor Jerry Brown has signed into law a homeowners bill of rights. The new law provides additional options for..