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Governor Pat McCrory's initiative to modernize state government with the aim of making it more customer friendly for citizens has received national recognition.
My budget incorporates initiatives from the North Carolina Government Efficiency and Reform program (NC GEAR) that will save more than $14 million in year one and more than $57 million in year two of the biennium, with a savings over ten years conservatively estimated at more than $615 million in...
Problems with Workers Compensation: Workers compensation claims have cost the taxpayers $896 million dollars during the past six years...
In Governor McCrory's Recommended Budget for the 2015-17 biennium, he suggested the creation of a cabinet-level department, the Department of Information Technology (IT). Whenever the government suggests creating a new department or agency, it must weigh the cost of creating the department...
Gov. Pat McCrory's proposal to establish a new state government department for information technology makes sense. But lawmakers should revisit a similar proposal for a department targeting veterans affairs. Those are two key findings from a new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report.
Gov. Pat McCrory's proposal to establish a new state government department for information technology makes sense. But lawmakers should revisit a similar proposal for a department targeting veterans affairs. Those are two key findings from a new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report.
My budget incorporates initiatives from the North Carolina Government Efficiency and Reform program (NC GEAR) that will save more than $14 million in year one and more than $57 million in year two of the biennium, with a savings over ten years conservatively estimated at more than $615 million in...
Gov. Pat McCrory's proposal to establish a new state government department for information technology makes sense. But lawmakers should revisit a similar proposal for a department targeting veterans affairs. Those are two key findings from a new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report.
The North Carolina Office of Information Technology and North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NC A&T) are partnering to provide students with real-world experience in the high demand technology sector.
Governor Pat McCrory congratulated State Chief Information Officer Chris Estes who received the State Leadership Award from StateScoop, a distinction given to public sector leaders who are helping government implement new technologies, strategies, and IT programs.
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