Reach highly-responsive government officials and top-tier executives with the e.Republic County Government Executives Database. This database is comprised of influential judicial officials, council members, educators, legislative professionals, mayors, systems analysts, city managers, assessors, directors, and more who subscribe to e.Republic’s suite of resources.
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Reach highly-responsive government officials and top-tier executives with the e.Republic County Government Executives Database. This database is comprised of influential judicial officials, council members, educators, legislative professionals, mayors, systems analysts, city managers, assessors, directors, and more who subscribe to e.Republic’s suite of resources. Focusing on county government, technology solutions and education, these executives rely on e.Republic publications, websites, events, digital education, and research applicationsto help themmake critical decisions on government efficiencies and fund allocation to various county government projects and programs.
e.Republic provides county government executives with non-partisan news, insight and analysis on topics such as budget and finance; emergency management; transportation and infrastructure; impact of technology in government; workforce and economic development; health and human services and more. According to the National Association of Counties, there are 3069 counties in the U.S. varying in population from 71 in Loving County, TX to 9.2 million in Los Angeles County. These top-ranking executives hire, manage and direct staff in county job functions including road maintenance, economic development, rural fire protection, education, planning and zoning, and motor vehicle registration. Government officials and executives in this database devise budgets and allocate funds to improve the quality of life for residents throughout their county. They also work hand-in-hand with city, state and federal governments to meet the ongoing challenges and issues facing today’s modern government.
County government executives are in continuous pursuit of products and services necessary to resolve management issues, establish technology strategies, and overcome political hurdles unique to county governments. These subscribers specify, recommend and approve purchases related to computers, hardware and software, accounting processes, event coordination, travel, banking services, payroll, procurement, publications, continuing education, insurance offers, financial offers, office supplies, vehicle fleet acquisition and maintenance, electronics, cyber security, telecommunications, and credit cards.
Agency Department Function (20.00/M) Elected official/Legislative 5,709 Finance/taxation/budgeting 3,636 Information technology/telecom 3,809 Public workds/transportation/infrastructure/utility/planning 4,352 Health/Human services 2,623 Human Resources/benefits/personnel 1,019 Environment/Energy 227 Administration/operations/generla services/purchasing 3,622 Economic Development/workforce development 426 Agriculture/parks and rec/land management 350 Courts/corrections/justice 901 Law enforcement 5,402 Fire/emergency services 3,687 Emergency operations center 2,082 Homeland security/defense 156 Education/library services 517 Other 1,449 Job Function (20.00/M) Elected official/legislative 6,584 finance/procurment/budget/auditor 3,492 Information Technology 5,181 Engineering/technical 1,448 Operations/administration 10,776 Human resource/workforce/training/benefits 1,569 First responder(Police/Fire/EMS) 5,055 Emergency management 2,631 Other 2,900 Job Role (20.00/M) Exectuve/C level 11,664 Senior management 10,630 Supervision 7,385 Subject matter expert/practitioner 7,353