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Residency requirements for municipal employees are a contentious topic among local government officials, city employees, and taxpayers.
The idea that city employees will be more invested in their jobs and perform at a higher level if they live in the cities for which they work underpins most of the logic behind municipal residency requirements. 1,453 more words
A new focus on the user
These days, in the world of civic technology, it’s all about the user.
Digital government service redesign, with an enhanced focus on a higher quality user experience, is being institutionalized in the federal governments of the… 3,533 more words
The City has long discussed ways to improve its contracting and procurement processes and broaden its vendor pool. These efforts were part of a national conversation on how to deploy technology and other updated approaches to improve the way government buys goods and services. 482 more words