Management & Labor

A Cautionary Tale for Any Government IT Project

How did Los Angeles spend more than $1 billion to buy an iPad for every student and instead end up losing its leader and being investigated by the FBI and SEC?

What Cities Need to Close the Skills Gap for 'Smart Jobs'

"Advanced industry" jobs are expected to drive economic growth. But cities must invest in training and education to build a qualified workforce.

What Pension Rulings in Illinois and Oregon Could Mean for States

Courts struck down pension cuts twice in the last two weeks, setting the stage for potentially more drastic measures.

The 'Anti-Yelp' for Government

The new app's focus on positive feedback helps cities improve services and boost employees’ morale.

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