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Adrian Fenty

Former mayor of D.C. shares his insights on the importance of government transparency.

Janelle Galbraith OpenGov

OpenGov Fall Festival brings together government leaders from across the country

Responsible Care

This interview discusses the history, present and future of the American Chemistry Council's Responsible Care program.

Natural gas

API's Jeff Stein and other panelists discussed how renewables and natural gas can together solve energy isuses of the future.

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The National Association of County Administrators held its latest Idea Exchange session during the 104th ICMA Annual Conference in Baltimore, Md.

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The Denver Public Library system is a shining example of how government agencies can better serve their public in creative ways while winning grant funding

White House
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The Office of Management and Budget wants to be more transparent, helpful and effective in the information available to states and local governments, as well as in the grant pol


Chris Body from Kapsch TrafficCom previews the technology track on tap at the IBTTA Annual Meeting and Exhibition

AWEA windmill

Wind energy experts discuss trends in finance and investment

Intelligent city framework

Big cities aren't the only local governments that can successfully adopt "smart" technology, argues ICMA's chief technology and innovation officer.


Smarsh launches new electronic communications retention solution to help companies with communications capture, archiving, supervision, e-discovery and control.

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Helping cities combat gun violence

ICMA Baltimore

SmartBrief chats with ICMA Annual Conference Planning Committee Chair Jim Malloy about the 104th ICMA Annual Conference

OpenGov city hall

OpenGov's Charlie Francis shares key insights on how to enhance local government communications.

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Helping governments effectively train workers