Hawaii governor submits supplemental budget
In compliance with Article VII, Section 9, of the Hawaii Constitution, the Abercrombie administration today submitted its Executive Supplemental Budget for Fiscal Biennium 2013-2015 and updated Program and Financial Plan for 2013-2019 to the state legislature.
How will federal shutdown affect relationship with states?
While the federal government shutdown came to an end Wednesday, a number of state leaders voiced their concern for the future of federal and state relationships after spending the past 16 days at the mercy of the shutdown.
Hawaii officially releases RFP for ERP system
As expected, Hawaii issued a request for proposal on Wednesday for an enterprise resource planning system that will integrate the state’s financial and human resources management systems.
Hawaii governor to sign open data bill
Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie will sign the state’s first open data bill into law Wednesday at a ceremony in Honolulu.
Analysis: Hawaii's FY 2013-2015 biennium budget
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.
Honolulu Star-Advertiser: Invest in state's computer systems
The high-tech expert hired by Gov. Neil Abercrombie to upgrade the state's aging computer and technology systems received a national award for extraordinary achievement last month, so Hawaii's "F" in a national rating of how states provide online access illustrates the complexity of the problem.