The official start of Hurricane Season 2009 saw Florida Governor Charlie Crist, Alabama Governor Bob Riley, President Barack Obama and other regional officials issuing words of warning and support in preparation for the next hurricane strikes. But state and federal officials aren’t the only ones marking the beginning of hurricane season. Government contractors, offering infrastructure network, disaster relief and database back-up solutions have also joined in the conversation.
According to John D. Conley, Deputy State Chief Information Officer for the Governor’s Office of Information Technology, a recent solicitation for an interim director of the Colorado Benefits Management System is the beginning phase of a larger overhaul.
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OKDHS) has awarded an Affiliated Computer Services-partnered initiative the 2009 Quality Award, the company announced today.
The National Association of Counties (NACo) announced this week that their Prescription Drug Discount Card Program has helped counties save more than $179 million since the program began five years ago. But not everyone is happy.
The National Association of Counties’ Rural Action Caucus (RAC) recently returned from a “fly-in” advocacy effort in Washington, D.C. to promote rural America’s most pressing issues.