According to CAL FIRE, warmer spring and summer temperatures, reduced snowpack, and earlier spring snowmelt are creating longer and more severe dry seasons. In fact, the length of the fire season is estimated to have increased by as much as 75 days in many areas of the Sierra Nevada, the forested mountains that flank California’s eastern border.
Proving one’s digital identity is, to put it plainly, difficult. And the process for proving someone is who they claim to be is rife with opportunities for fraudsters to successfully impersonate someone.
As a leading provider of software and services to the public sector, Civix’s work is steeped in a deep understanding of its clients, namely government agencies.
Election industry leaders Civix and DemTech announced a new partnership today that will provide election officials with an end-to-end election management system.
To help speed up recovery and leverage federal funding for greater impact, Civix experts developed an action timeline to guide state and local governments on what to do during three critical 30-day periods and beyond.
Located in a rapidly growing area, with several carriers, expanding cargo operations and an adjacent military base, the future for Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) seemed limitless – with one glaring exception.
In the midst of the devastating destruction wrought by Hurricane Ida a few weeks ago, there is some good news that dramatically demonstrates the powerful benefits of smart resilience planning and construction.
A new case study was published today highlighting the innovation of the Georgia Government Transparency & Campaign Finance Commission.
Public trust and confidence in elections form the basis of a healthy election system and, ultimately, a healthy democracy. That trust is largely influenced by individual voter experiences.