June 1, 2002
- Written by American City & County Administrator
- 1st June 2002
Energy efficiency firm helps Texas city upgrade over 3,600 water metersGatesville, Texas, is partnering with energy efficiency and renewable energy company Ameresco to replace thousands of outdated water meters and to migrate meter software to the cloud as part of an automatic metering infrastructure (AMI) project. As part of the project, Ameresco will replace 3,600 outmoded water meters with best-in-breed meters, according to a news […]
Fortifying networks for prolonged telework: the pandemic and beyondThe impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on telework was swift and profound. By early April, about half of the American workforce, including state and local government workers, was telecommuting full-time. In a reversal of the prevailing trend of minimizing work-from-home options for government employees, department heads including 61 percent of local governments directed staff to […]
Guide to Operational EfficiencyLocal governments today face a challenging reality that can often feel like walking a tightrope. From budgetary restrictions to lack of resources to aging infrastructure, there is a lot to overcome. These challenges, coupled with today’s economic environment, mean it is more important than ever to work smarter. Read this resource to learn how you […]
The top 10 states for voter representation on Election DayAmong all states headed into the 2020 general election, which ones have voting populations that are the most demographically representative of their entire electorates?