Dynamic Analytical Reporting for Strategic Planning

  • Posted On: September 14, 2016

Dynamic Analytical Reporting for Strategic Planning Your agency can utilize reporting for detailing your everyday operations and for broader demonstration of effectiveness of various programs. Your decisions and processes are also increasingly reviewed by policy makers and by your constituents, leading to requests for additional information. Reporting tools can help assess your programs and demonstrate […]

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Reporting Tools Offer Clear Insights

  • Posted On: September 09, 2016

Gain More Productivity With Customizable Reporting Tools Accurate, accessible and customizable reporting tools are important to your department, especially as you compete with other local government services for federal and state resources. If you are not properly documenting your workflow processes, you will be unable to prove their effectiveness. Sometimes, this lack of workflow management […]

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Do You Have a Workable Plan for Abandoned Vehicle Management?

  • Posted On: December 01, 2015

Finding Ways to Curb the Costs of Abandoned Vehicle Management When cars break down on public thoroughfares and are left behind for days, weeks or longer, they become an eyesore, a public nuisance and even a danger. Abandoned vehicle management is one of the many functions of local government, but it is one that can […]

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Many Cities are Using GIS Solutions to Improve Performance and Public Relations

  • Posted On: November 24, 2015

GIS Solutions Provide Greater Insight and Easy Evaluation The services that your citizens rely on most often for their everyday living are provided through the local government. Figuring out how to provide top shelf services with a bottom-rung budget is one of the major challenges facing city leaders. Many times the gap between financed manpower […]

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The Smart Answer to the Small Town Dilemma Surrounding Building Code Inspections

  • Posted On: November 17, 2015

There is a Way to Provide Building Code Inspections on a Small Budget As a small town, you often don’t have the funds for many big city amenities. Sometimes you don’t have the budget to support even necessary services – like a full-time building code department. Normally, there are state guidelines mandating building code checks […]

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Foreclosure Management Should be a Local Priority

  • Posted On: November 10, 2015

Finding the Right Tools to Bring Foreclosure Management Up-to-Speed The path out of the recession has been slow for nearly every sector of the U.S. economy. Whether it’s job growth, housing starts or discretionary spending, improvements have been slow in coming. Climbing out of the overload on housing foreclosures has also been a challenge for […]

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Maintain an Atmosphere of Code Enforcement as Public Service Through Courtesy, Responsiveness and Transparency

  • Posted On: November 03, 2015

3 Tips to Improved Code Enforcement Government-Citizen Relationships Citizens are keenly aware of the growing number of demands government places upon them, but rarely feel like a valued customer who is on the receiving end of important services. But if you have been privileged with a position of community leadership, you know how integral regulations […]

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Code Enforcement Suite Can Improve Visibility and Compliance

  • Posted On: October 27, 2015

Code Enforcement Suite Plus GIS Tool Benefits Communication With All Concerned As a city manager you must balance many demands, sometimes competing ones. For instance, you need to be responsive to residents’ complaints about abandoned, unsafe or unsightly properties. At the same time, you must give property owners time to be notified and remedy problems […]

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Increased Citizen Engagement is the Future For Local Government

  • Posted On: October 20, 2015

Citizen Engagement is an Invaluable Part of Setting and Achieving Government Goals In case you haven’t noticed it’s a “brave new world” out there for community leaders. Brave and new in terms of providing greater transparency and inviting increased citizen engagement. These are two key ingredients to successful governance in this brave new world in […]

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Building Inspectors Can be a Good Thermometer for a Rebounding Economy

  • Posted On: October 13, 2015

How to Help Your Post-Recession Number of Building Inspectors Keep up With Demand Economic growth – we all want it, but sometimes there are obstacles. Lending rates, legal slowdowns and supply-line delays are just a few examples of hurdles to growth. Sometimes it’s a local problem, as in there’s too much work and too few […]

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