From: EfficientGov
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: EfficientGov 6.26.2014 - Flood Grants, Downtown Plan Limits Traffic, 5 Keys to IT
Date: Thu Jun 26 17:57:16 MDT 2014
Having trouble viewing this email? Click here
Read the full article...
Tuscaloosa’s Downtown Plan Spurns Vehicles
The City of Tuscaloosa, AL, is three years into a new downtown development plan focused on economic development. Find out how walkability plays a major role. More →
Department of Interior Flood Grants
In the aftermath of recent hurricanes, the U.S. Department of Interior is investing heavily in grants for coastal communities. More →
Campbell River Cuts Costs Through Innovation
Five key steps towards a more efficient IT department including remote access, mobile hardware and improved website technology. More →
In Case You Missed It...
Minneapolis Revamps IT Outsourcing
A look at the City of Minneapolis and its strategy to continue the outsourcing of technology to private contractors. More →
Register for the webinar...
OpenGov Webinar Next WeekSave Your Spot!
There is less than a week left to register for EfficientGov's and's free webinar for government decision makers. 
Learn how leading cities, counties, state agencies, special districts, and school districts in 20 states are achieving financial transparency and business intelligence through the OpenGov Platform.   
Space is limited for this free webinar, so reserve your seat on Tuesday, July 1st at 1PM EDT / 10AM PDT by registering now.
Register for the webinar...
Company Information:
EfficientGov 200 Green Street Suite 200 San Francisco, California 94111 United States (855) 4-EFFGOV
You are receiving this email because you have either opted in or were referred to us by a friend or local government peer. Unsubscribe Copyright © 2014 EfficientGov, All rights reserved.