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Analysis: North Carolina’s road to long-term success

by • 8 years ago

This year, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory made it clear that the state’s reliance on quick fixes is over and that his goal is to begin focusing on long-term reparations to ensure the state’s ability to provide for its citizens.

Analysis: Idaho's FY2013-2014 Budget

by • 8 years ago

Governor “Butch” Otter introduced the 2014 Idaho budget earlier this year, which will see a nearly 00 million increase from FY 2013.

A closer look at Mississippi’s IT hardware term contracts

by • 9 years ago

With more than 70 statewide term contracts from Mississippi’s IT Hardware Express Products List, it’s evident that the IT hardware category is a hot one in today’s market.

Analysis: Florida's FY 2014 budget

by • 9 years ago

Scott's top budget priorities for FY 2014 include health care and education, both of which were once on the chopping block.

Analysis: Hawaii's FY 2013-2015 biennium budget

by • 9 years ago

In his FY 2013-2015 Executive Biennium Budget, Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie highlighted the daunting challenges that faced his administration during the last biennium, including a .3 billion potential budget shortfall that threatened deep programmatic cuts to department operations statewide.

Analysis: Michigan's FY 2014-2015 budget

by • 9 years ago

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder is utilizing his fiscal year 2014-2015 budget to highlight Michigan as the nation’s “comeback state,” calling for both fiscally responsible and innovative spending to ensure a bright future.

Analysis: Georgia's FY 2014 budget

by • 9 years ago

Despite a financially cautious approach, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal proposed an additional .1 billion to the fiscal year 2014 budget compared to FY 2013, bringing total spending to 0.8 billion for the coming fiscal year.

North Carolina’s bleak performance audit of 84 IT projects

by • 9 years ago

Vendors who have ever worked on a government IT contract know that there are often discrepancies between initial estimates and actual hours worked and dollars spent on the project.

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