Reach highly-responsive government officials and top-tier executives with the Government Technology Municipal Government Database. This database is comprised of the highest concentration of forward thinking policy, business, technical and procurement professionals driving IT decisions in local government.
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Reach highly-responsive government officials and top-tier executives with the Government Technology Municipal Government Database. This database is comprised of the highest concentration of forward thinking policy, business, technical and procurement professionals driving IT decisions in local government. They include city managers, mayors, commissioners, finance directors, human resource managers, city engineers, public works executives, police chiefs, and more who subscribe to Government Technology magazine and it’s suite of resources. Theseprofessionals and officials rely on Government Technology publications, newsletters, websites, events, digital education, and research applicationsto help themmake critical decisions on developing, managing and allocating funds to improve technology in municipal projects and programs.
Government Technology provides municipal government executives with non-partisan news, insight and analysis on the role technology plays in local governmental sectors including budget and finance; emergency management; transportation and infrastructure; workforce and economic development; and health and human services. With the wealth of technology available today, municipal IT professionals are able to improve internal and external communications, data analysis, and recordkeeping. They work with technical staff and administrators in municipal departments that handle taxation, city road maintenance, economic development, social services, public safety, fire protection, education, public transit, and city water and sewer services. IT officials and county executives in this database devise budgets, attend seminars, and hold public hearings so residents can vote on issues concerning the welfare of their city and neighborhoods.
Municipal government professionals and officials are in continuous pursuit of products and services necessary to resolve management issues, upgrade technology strategies, and overcome political hurdles unique to municipal governments. These subscribers specify, recommend and approve purchases related to computers, hardware and software, accounting processes, computer peripherals, cables, fiber optics, notebooks, tablets, data storage, servers, mobile devices, cooling racks, security, discs, memory, event coordination, travel, banking services, procurement, publications, continuing education, financial offers, office supplies, electronics, cyber security, telecommunications, and credit cards.