- Written by American City & County Administrator
- 10th October 2008
Discover How Public Sector Officials are Monitoring and Managing Overtime in This New White PaperOvertime has been out of control in some states and localities, especially with high vacancy rates in certain positions. Although overtime is necessary to ensure essential work gets done, some entities lack consistent overtime policies and monitoring practices. Considering that overtime is top of mind for many in the public sector, I thought you might […]
American City & County’s 2020 Crown Communities AwardsProjects nominated for American City & County's annual Crown Communities Awards are judged on uniqueness, short- and long-term value to the community and effective/innovative financing.
Local governments in Texas respond to cold snap, power grid failureAs many Texans remain without power due to an ongoing cold snap in the state, local governments are taking varied measures to try to help their communities where they can. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), which controls most of Texas’s power, said on Friday that it has returned to normal operating conditions, CNBC […]
Artificial cities could pave the way to driverless adoptionConnected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) have a future. That is without doubt but there is still a need to ensure that they will be safe on our highways and to ease the public’s safety concerns to increase their adoption over the next few years. CAVs need to be able to react to unforeseen events – […]