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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.
In the age of ride sharing, mobile banking, and countless other apps that facilitate instant gratification, people have come to expect smooth, convenient online experiences in virtually every aspect of their lives.
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.
The Senate passed a massive bipartisan infrastructure bill on August 10th. The $1 trillion deal is aimed at rebuilding the nation’s roads and bridges, modernizing its power grid, repairing and replacing aging water systems, funding new resilience and broadband initiatives, and much more.
2017’s Hurricane Maria resulted in at least 2,975 deaths and approximately $90 billion in damage, making it one of the deadliest and costliest hurricanes in U.S. history.
With seven years’ experience managing security-systems upgrades and implementations at one of the world’s busiest airports, Ashley Austin joins Civix Transportation.
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards, representatives of the Pontchartrain Levee District (PLD), and federal, state, and local officials gathered Monday to celebrate a significant milestone.