Reach highly-responsive government officials and top-tier executives with the e.Republic State Government Executives Database.
|43,819||Total Universe / Universe Rate||$200.00/M|
|Agency Department Function||$20.00/M|
Reach highly-responsive government officials and top-tier executives with the e.Republic State Government Executives Database. This database is comprised of influential judicial officials, state attorney generals, governors, legislative professionals, financial directors, educators, parks directors, social services managers, public healthcare directors, human resource directors, and more who subscribe to e.Republic’s suite of resources. Focusing on issues unique to state governments, these executives rely on e.Republic publications, websites, events, digital education, and research applicationsto help themmake critical decisions on program development, maintenance, budgeting, and fund allocation to state government projects and programs ranging from economic development to public healthcare.
e.Republic provides state government executives with non-partisan news, insight and analysis on topics including finance; emergency management; transportation and infrastructure; technology’s role in government; workforce development; human services and more. According to the United States Census Bureau, state government finances exceed over 2 trillion dollars annually. These government executives and officials are empowered to develop projects and programs that improve the quality of life for both urban and rural citizens throughout their states. They oversee and allocate funds for road construction, state tourism, agriculture, environmental quality, job creation, social services such as mental healthcare, corrections, fire protection and law enforcement, state-wide education, clean air and water initiatives, and more. They work in conjunction with local and federal government officials to ensure the needs and welfare of citizens are met.
State government executives are in continuous pursuit of products and services necessary to resolve management issues, establish technology strategies, and overcome political hurdles unique to state 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 5,169 Finance/taxation/budgeting 3,526 Information technology/telecom 7,155 Public works/transportation/infrastructure/utility/planning 4,939 Health/human services 4,842 Human resources/benefits/personnel 1,176 Environment/energy 1,245 Administration/operations/general services/purchasing 3,039 Economic development/workforce development 1,038 Agriculture/parks and recland management 566 Courts/corrections/justice 1,469 Law Enforcement 2,229 Fire/emergency services 913 Emergency Operations Center 753 Homeland security/defense 354 Education/library services 2,383 Other 2,909 Job Function (20.00/M) Elected official/legislative 4,310 Finance/procurement/budget/auditor 3,822 Information Technology 11,974 Engineering/technical 2,128 Operations/administration 11,039 Human resource/workforce/training/benefits 1,905 First responder(Police/Fire/EMS) 1,331 Emergency management 1,436 Marketing/sales 447 Other 4,723 Job Role (20.00/M) Executive/C level 7,431 Senior management 11,681 Supervision 7,962 Subject matter expert/practitioner 13,194