Gary Enos was a GOVERNING contributor. He is currently the editor of Addiction Professional magazine and has covered policy, management, and clinical developments in the mental health and addiction fields since 1994.

September 30, 2007

A Shot in the Dark

It won't be like Hurricane Katrina: a cataclysmic event that kills, injures or traumatizes everyone within its force and destroys homes, highways and businesses within...
March 1, 2006

The Gas Bill

Facing a future of rising fuel costs, fleet managers are looking to an array of options.
March 1, 2006

Not Your Father's Mechanic

What keeps a public fleet manager on edge? It's not just volatile fuel costs and pressing environmental mandates. There's also the little matter of having a staff of mechanics who are up to speed on the technical expertise the job demands.
March 1, 2006

Pumping Up

Here's a brief look at the benefits and downsides to alternative-fuel options state and local fleets use.
July 1, 2001

Calling In Help

When a major governmental system needs more than a minor techno tweak, it may be time to find an IT partner.
April 1, 2001

Heading for a Hemorrhage

Health care costs are once again poised to create almost unbearable pain for state health officials and legislators.