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To Find More 'Good Cops,' a Few Big Cities Change Their Hiring Process

They're putting more emphasis on applicants' emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills.

By Katherine Barrett and Richard Greene  |  June 24, 2019
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Adopting Transparency: Can Government Go Paperless?

A culture change is happening. It’s been happening for a couple of decades now. Data is becoming more accessible through automation. But it’s not easy to make this transition.

By Jennifer Dowd, Kronos  |  November 27, 2019
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Examining the Complexities of Public-Sector Software Implementations

Why do so many software implementations in the public sector fail, stall or never reach their full potential? Are they buying the wrong software, are they using the wrong consulting firm or is it something completely different?

By Linda Misegadis, Kronos  |  October 31, 2019
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Not If, But When: Ransomware Attackers Are Targeting Local Governments

Ransomware attacks and payments are on the rise. Between April and June, the average payment from a government rose to $338,700 compared to $36,295 for private-sector victims.

By Michael Galello, Kronos  |  October 1, 2019
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Is Public Safety Ready for the Next Crisis?

As if weather related events that compromise our safety and security aren’t enough, the critical events driven by man-made actions have been a turning point for our nation.

By Christine Carmichael, Kronos  |  September 6, 2019
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