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Fact: In 2014, organizations are reportedly saving up to $27,000 by moving traditional legislative voting methods to the iPad. Learn more about the evolution of #government in the information age here: http://bit.ly/1ydp3QB
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Interested in the future of Government? Read on at http://bit.ly/1Gjr6Vr to see where it is heading! With a new generation entering the workforce, a large generation leaving the workforce and all the technology offerings, local government is in for some interesting but positive changes.
Diving into the factors shaping local government and what the future may look like for these agencies.
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Thinking about upgrading to some civic technology in your administration? Read this handy list before you do so to avoid mistakes! http://bit.ly/1F9xRHE 
The biggest do's and don'ts to observe when integrating government software into municipal processes.
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Aside from the extra hoops involved when trying to navigate a government's purchasing procedures, these Do's and Don'ts could apply to any organization.

Do: verify compatibility between existing (critical legacy) systems and the new one.

Do: provide initial and ongoing support and training.

Do: be willing to take feedback and work with your customer to ensure mutual satisfaction.

Don't: assume everyone is an IT or systems expert. People learn and adjust at different levels form the employee who understands it intuitively all the way to the person who needs cheat sheets all over their desk.

Don't: cut and run. Or, more accurately, don't close the deal, deliver the product and then forget you have a customer.

Not that you do any of these wrong, +Granicus. I'm just thinking outloud here, expanding on your original post.
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Looking for some tips to improve inter-departmental collaboration? Look no further! http://bit.ly/1Q4QurR Our newest blog has been published on fostering better working relationships and communications within the office space. Comment below if you can think of other methods to improve collaboration! 
Here are some practices municipalities can use to improve their collaboration efforts.
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American City and County recently published a post with Granicus' VP of Marketing, Michael Ashford, about the current state of government technology. According to Michael, "Local governments are seeing cloud technology's ROI play out in real-time in terms of monetary savings." Read on to learn more! http://bit.ly/1JCHq6p
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Good Morning! Our webinar on improving citizen engagement is today at 11 am MDT with PublicStuff. Register at http://bit.ly/1FxISaN to learn how civic technology can improve your citizens' experience!
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Are you a technology rock star? http://bit.ly/1LrRgLw Learn why civic tech. is becoming very important to clerks! Whether you want to leverage technolgy to further your goals, interact better with your constituents or simply be more efficient, learning the methods is a great way to start. 
By becoming technology rock stars, city clerks can improve both their processes and the community as a whole.
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Hey, don't forget to sign up for our webinar on Records Management! Register here: http://bit.ly/1K0DJJJ. Hear from County Clerk Karen Phillips from Smith County, Texas as she details her experience in turning their 20 year old records system into a digital process, saving time and headaches along the way! 
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Don't forget to register for our upcoming webinar on managing your land, vitals and marriage records! The webinar is Tuesday, June 23 at 10 A.M. Pacific Time. Follow the link to register: http://bit.ly/1cGxFIY. We look forward to seeing you there! 
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How are you processing land, vitals and marriage records? Register for our new webinar at http://bit.ly/1J9AtLv to learn firsthand about a clerk's experience overhauling their records management system. 
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Check out our latest egov article at http://bit.ly/1JtTGWy for some useful tech. tips from retail! "There are areas of overlapping concerns where these industries (public sector and retail) can learn a lot from each other." Read on to learn more! 
Here are a few IT trends that public sector organizations can look to adopt from their retail counterparts.
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Earth Day is here! What can your office do to "go green" this year? Read on at http://bit.ly/1DhQRUF to learn some tips! It takes just a few small changes to make a green difference. 
Here are five ways governments can go green this Earth Day.
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