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80% of public sector organizations have started implementing data sharing initiatives | Press Release

Paris, January 26, 2023 – According to a new report from the Capgemini Research Institute, ‘Connecting the Dots: Data sharing in the public sector’, a vast majority (80%) of public sector organizations surveyed across the world have started implementing collaborative data ecosystems[1] initiatives, thus recognizing the need for a joined-up,Continue Reading

Tampa Bay officials release plan for dealing with climate change

Florida’s sandy beaches and beautiful coastlines helped make it the fastest-growing state in the country last year. About 4 million people live in the region extending from Citrus County to Sarasota — about a fifth of the state’s population. The Tampa Bay metro area’s population has swelled by more thanContinue Reading

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Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News A spokesperson for the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board said the office of the human rights and equity advisor was “working to complete this investigation.” Pinecrest Public School principal Naya Markanastasakis said she believed the school was safe and that she followed all board safetyContinue Reading

2022-12-15 | NYSE:NEWR | Press Release

New Relic integration ecosystem grows 25% to date in 2022, with additions from leading cloud services, open source tools, and enterprise technologies; appoints new VP of product partnerships to accelerate mature observability practices for engineering teams across all verticals and use cases New Relic (NYSE: NEWR), the all-in-one observability platformContinue Reading

(22/P049) TRENTON –  Commissioner of Environmental Protection Shawn M. LaTourette today announced the winners of the 23rd Annual Governor’s Environmental Excellence Awards, as well as the recipients of the Richard J. Sullivan Award and the inaugural James J. Florio Emerging Environmental Leader Award, honoring the memory of the formerContinue Reading

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December 14, 2022 Video available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0P2lRJ1zrA 40 Initiatives Offer Roadmap for Future, Including Five Focus Areas for 2023 to Make NYC Best Place to Work Action Plan Goals Include Reimagining 24/7 Commercial Districts, Shortening Commutes to Work, and Generating Inclusive, Future-Focused Growth Plan Builds on Recommendations Crafted by 59-MemberContinue Reading