National Association of Counties Names Rita Reynolds as Chief Technology Officer
WASHINGTON – The National Association of Counties (NACo) today announced Rita Reynolds as its new chief technology officer. Reynolds joins NACo from the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania, where she served as chief information officer and director of technology services for the past 20 years.National Association of Counties Names Rita Reynolds as Chief Technology Officer
NACo RMP 2018 Comment Letter
Building Data-Driven Justice in Franklin County, Pa.
In September 2017, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the National Association of Counties (NACo) and the Laura and John Arnold Foundation (LJAF) hosted the Data-Driven Justice and Behavioral Health Design Institute (DesigBuilding Data-Driven Justice in Franklin County, Pa.
This Week in Photos: June 23 – 29
Online Records: Why CMS Backups Don’t Meet Government Requirements
With more and more content existing online, governments have jumped on the opportunity to use their websites and social media pages as tools for branding and communication with the public.Online Records: Why CMS Backups Don’t Meet Government Requirements
On the Move - June 24, 2019
NACo staff and members of the Gulf of Mexico Alliance & Gulf States Counties and Parishes Caucus met June 11-13 in Baldwin County, Ala.
Supreme Court rules against local governments in important takings case
The Supreme Court held that a property owner may proceed directly to federal court with a takings claim.Supreme Court rules against local governments in important takings case