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Data before Decisions...

I have been reading the book “A Field Guide to Lies” by Daniel Levitin.  Critical Thinking principles for the information age.  Some of the discussions about statistics and probability is fundamental but really who does not need a refresher.   216 more words

ECM

Manholes - Global Industry Size, Share, Trends, Analysis and Forecast 2017 – 2022

Global Manholes Industry

This report studies Manholes in Global market, especially in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India, focuses on top manufacturers in global market, with capacity, production, price, revenue and market share for each… 515 more words

Global Manholes Industry

Governments Are Upping Their Professional Development Game

It’s a win-win: Employees grow their careers and the public sector grows, or at least maintains, its workforce.

In January, New York’s governor announced a new perk for some state government employees: $5,000 scholarships. 35 more words

State Employees

The tender matchmaker...

It’s Valentine’s Day. That time of year when people pay attention to the special connections they have in life and take a bit of time to celebrate them. 430 more words

Procurement

Cutting spree wrong answer for Saskatchewan's $1.2B deficit: unions

At this week’s Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association (SUMA) convention, Premier Brad Wall delivered grim news. The province’s deficit is now about $1.2 billion and as a result public sector jobs are on the chopping block. 221 more words

Canada

Missouri Has Become the 28th Right-to-Work State

Contributed by Beverly Alfon, February 10, 2017

On February 6, 2017, the newly elected GOP Governor Eric Greitens, signed into law a right-to-work (RTW) bill that passed the state’s Republican-controlled state legislature. 390 more words

Employment Policies

More, better, faster: the potential of service design to transform public services

For government at all levels – national, regional and local – the year ahead promises even greater challenges.  The need to provide more, better and faster services, using fewer resources, while responding to unprecedented levels of technological, demographic, and social change is greater than ever. 715 more words

Government And Politics