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Tracking Stormwater Pollutants from Lawns to Lakes Informs Capital Projects & Public Education
St Paul, MN, USA
General Fund/Existing Public Funds
Monitoring & Research Division
Stormwater Management
Ecosystem Degradation
Water Quality
Russellville City Schools Employs A+ Tactics to Execute 1st Strategic Plan, with Outstanding Results
Russellville, AL, USA
General Fund/Existing Public Funds
Central Office Team for Russellville City Schools
Transparency
Economic Inequality
Digital Government
Process Improvement
Workforce & Education
A centralized case management system helps agencies coordinate community services
St Charles, MO, USA
Grants
Federal grants
State and local grants
Customer Service
Process Improvement
Using a Public-Private Partnership to Upgrade Parking in Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Public Private Partnership
Mayor's Office
Transportation
Fiscal Uncertainty
Customer Service
Parking
Digital Government
Durham uses data to measure performance of its scooter program against equity and mobility targets
Durham, NC, USA
Taxes & User Fees
Durham Department of Transportation
Civic Technology
Transportation
Fleet Management
Permitting
Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety
Mobility & Access
Digital Government
Laguna Beach open 24/7/365 for business license renewals
Laguna Beach, CA, USA
General Fund/Existing Public Funds
Finance Department
Small Business
Citizen Engagement
Open Data
Transparency
Civic Technology
Customer Service
Payment
Mobility & Access
Digital Government
Process Improvement
Explore Projects
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Deputy City Manager, City of San Jose

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