State Government: Transformed or Transfixed
A great column above by John Kamensky and Jonathon Breul of the IBM Center for the Business of Government makes a compelling case that state...
A great column above by John Kamensky and Jonathon Breul of the IBM Center for the Business of Government makes a compelling case that state governments were undertaking major transformations prior to the economic collapse.
Anticipatory, results-oriented, collaborative and transparent -- the sort of government we all want to see.
But has the economic meltdown put a halt to such aspirations? Is it all coming down to tax hikes and budget cuts? Are states now transfixed on the feds, looking for cash?
Is your state energized or paralyzed? Add your comment and let us know.
Join the Discussion
After you comment, click Post. You can enter an anonymous Display Name or connect to a social profile.
Who Should Police Municipal Markets?2 hours ago
Some States Ease Privacy Concerns for Young Adults Still on Parents' Health Plan5 hours ago
Day After Oakland Bans Coal Exports, Developer Changes Tone6 hours ago
After Texas Ruling, Supreme Court Refuses Other Abortion Cases6 hours ago
D.C. Schools Chief Stepping Down, Leaving Legacy of Progress6 hours ago
ACLU, Cleveland Agree to Ease Protest Rules at GOP Convention6 hours ago