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July 24, 2014

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Get a green light when you need a restroom break (with related video)
IT managers: Mine the Deep Web for security gaps (with related video)
Keating Report: mid-year 2014 forecast on government budgets and spending-Part 3
New executive director named at NASPO
Selling the Cloud
The rise of solar landfills
Restroom renovation at California fairgrounds includes new hand dryers
Check out Penton’s new social media sites!
Red light and speed cameras—What do you think?


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Get a green light when you need a restroom break (with related video)

By Michael Keating

Tooshlights is an automated public restroom lighting system that communicates stall occupancy. It is a sensored setup that alerts guests/patrons which stall is available.

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IT managers: Mine the Deep Web for security gaps (with related video)

By Michael Keating

Charles Tendell, founder & CEO of Azorian Cyber Security, tells how his firm responds to data breaches and works to enhance the data security of its clients. The Azorian company offers IT risk assessments to local and federal agencies.

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Keating Report: mid-year 2014 forecast on government budgets and spending-Part 3

By Michael Keating

The Council of State Governments and National Conference of State Legislatures weigh in on how they see state government budgets shaping up for the second half of 2014.

FULL ARTICLE



News

New executive director named at NASPO

By Government Product News staff

The National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) has named DeLaine Bender as the association’s new executive director.

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Selling the Cloud

Rod Trent

In part 4 of this 5-part series, Rod Trent discusses selling the value of the Cloud to management and decisions makers.

Gov Cloud is American City & County's destination for cloud trends, products, industry news, new applications, articles and commentary from our editors and contributing experts in the government community.

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The rise of solar landfills

By Joseph Harrison

Across the country, municipalities are installing solar panels on capped landfills to cut down on costs and become more sustainable.

FULL ARTICLE


Restroom renovation at California fairgrounds includes new hand dryers

By Government Product News staff

A restroom renovation at the county fairgrounds in Los Angeles included installation of new hand dryers. The dryer model that was selected: World Dryer's Airforce line.

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Social Media

Check out Penton’s new social media sites!

Penton publications Government Product News and Government Procurement recently launched new Facebook pages and Twitter accounts. Stay up to date on new municipal goods and services, as well as procurement tactics and techniques by liking and following both publications using the links below:

Government Product News Facebook
Government Procurement Facebook

Government Product News Twitter
Government Procurement Twitter

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Poll

Red light and speed cameras—What do you think?

On June 5, the California Supreme Court upheld the admissibility of images taken from red light cameras as evidence of traffic violations in the Golden State. Some 26 states have already banned the cameras outright or do not have them at all.

In your opinion, do red light cameras or speed cameras help or hurt?

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