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Helping DoTs Get a Better Understanding of Salt Volumes


It’s that time of year again, winter is upon us and public works and transportation agencies are looking at ways to keep a close tab on salt supplies. Shortages are a common occurrence.Unexpected storms and unpredictable snowfall amounts can wreak havoc with salt supplies. While most municipalities in snowier climes tend to store enough salt for three storms, determining actual ... Read More »

Five Government IT Professionals Who Will Be in High Demand in 2015

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The saying “new year, new you” typically refers to the resolutions that people make around this time of year – but did you know it can also apply to the approach you can take in honing your 2015 IT skills? This year is going to bring some very specific challenges, requiring some very specific needs. Government IT needs people who ... Read More »

What Should Government Agencies Do When they Discover a Data Breach?


Data breaches are an unfortunate fact of life for government agencies – Edward Snowden being the most infamous case. And although agencies have taken steps to protect themselves, the growing number of breaches continues to frustrate IT and legislators alike. According to a 2014 report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), the number of security incidents involving personally identifiable ... Read More »

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