I realize we have hundreds of civil service classifications throughout our state, and our governing department is attempting to consolidate or eliminate hundreds of said classifications. At some point, the madness has to stop. With that said, I thought I would take the time this week to spotlight some of the more popular classifications.
State and Local
This govie has a hand in all things money in the City of Albany. Learn what challenges he faces and how he is helping citizens and the government thrive.
Cities are getting smarter and deploying innovative technologies to make the lives of citizens more convenient. But they can’t do it without the help of the community. Learn how cities across the country are using you to innovate.
IT modernization at the state and local level is challenging because of the sheer size of many governments. Fortunately, Illinois offers an excellent framework for other states to emulate in their own modernization efforts.
With the new workforce and overtime regulations, many agencies must change their practices around compliance. Learn how Kronos can help make this process easier at your agency.
Every wonder what the chief financial officer of a city does? Check out this profile on Albany’s CFO.
Curious how the state and local workforce stacks up? Check out this post for the numbers on women in the workforce, recruitment and retainment, and overall state and local trends.
As the private sector interacts with citizens in increasing innovative ways, the public has come to expect the same level of engagement from the government. Granicus is making it easier for citizens to connect with government data and information by streamlining and digitizing necessary processes.
Ohio COO explains how Ohio is consolidating IT infrastructure to provide better services to citizens.
Need to brush up on your state and local government facts? Check out this quick primer for the basics on the structures, workforce, budgets, and technology.