Effective Government Communicators

Posted on June 13th, by Chris O'Neil in on the job. No Comments

A government of the people, by the people, for the people, cannot exist without effective communications on behalf of and about government. Without communication, citizens would not know how to access programs that make lives better, would not know about the services their government provides, or how their elected officials are representing their interests. Government … Read More »


Calling All Veterans: Your County Wants You!

Posted on June 13th, by Timothy Mathues in education/training. No Comments

San Diego County’s commitment to the local veterans community, one of the largest in the nation, continues to grow. Recognizing the opportunity to capture the talents and resources of this group, the County’s Human Resources Department launched the Veterans Outreach Program and has already seen results. 

“We are serious about hiring veterans,” said Tim Mathues, the … Read More »


Take on that Leadership Role With This 90-Day Plan

Posted on June 13th, by Chris Edmonds in Career Advice. No Comments

A friend recently accepted a senior leadership position in an established organization. She asked for my suggestions on how to “put her best foot forward” in her new job.

Anytime you start a new role there is a learning curve. No matter if you’ve been in an agency or municipality for a decade or more, every department has … Read More »


Public Policy: Evaluating Climate Change into Risk Assessments

Posted on June 13th, by Valerie Martinelli in About the Public Sector. No Comments

Public-private partnerships are quickly garnering an increasing amount of attention for public policy requirements, including water/wastewater, energy, economic development, and transportation projects. P3s require an exceptional amount of planning, design, and the application of risk assessments, which expedite the process to mitigate and minimize risks. Climate change effects issues such as a rise in sea … Read More »