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United States U.S.: People With Low Incomes Say They Pay a Price in Poor Health
When you ask people what impacts health you'll get a lot of different answers: Access to good health care and preventative services, personal behavior, exposure to germs or pollution and stress. But if you dig a little deeper you'll find a clear dividing line, and it boils down to one word: money.
United States U.S.: New York State’s New 90-Day Email Purge Policy Raises Big Questions Over Transparency
New York state’s chief information officer faced tough questions from lawmakers last week amid news of a recently implemented administrative policy that automatically deletes the emails of state employees after three months.
United States U.S.: GAO - Pentagon's IT Planning Is Too Sluggish
More than half of the Pentagon's major information systems programs took more than two years to establish baseline requirements -- life cycle cost estimates, schedule estimates and performance targets, a new report from the Government Accountability Office found.
Canada Canada: Toronto Budget Fight over New City Staff Positions
Mayor John Tory's executive committee is expected to debate Monday a proposal to reject requests for 16 new city staff positions.
Canada Law Offers Canadian Web Site Operators Inadequate Protection Against Libel Claims
Canadian law is sorely lacking when it comes to protecting website operators from claims of libel.
Canada Canada: PM Presents the Outstanding Achievement Award for the Public Service
Prime Minister Stephen Harper today presented the Public Service of Canada's Outstanding Achievement Award to Ian Burney, Assistant Deputy Minister of Trade Agreements and Negotiations at the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada.
United States U.S.: Americans Didn't Always Worship the Founding Fathers
A dozen years after H.W. Brands argued in The Atlantic that we pay too much deference to the Founding Fathers, “What would the Founders think?” is still a go-to invocation. In our collective imagination, the Founders tend to be reincarnated in modern-day America, capable of only one thought: “SMH.”
Canada Canada: Five Ways to Raise Security Awareness
Educating staff about safe IT practices is a never-ending process — at least it is in the best organizations. But what’s the best way to do it?
United States U.S.: 3 Tips for Incoming IT Leaders
Veteran CIOs offer advice on how to hit the ground running.
United States U.S.: Even the Best Cover Letter Isn’t as Good as a Two Minute Conversation
It’s a familiar online job search story. You find a dream position, agonize endlessly over a perfect cover letter, attach it to your resume, then hear nothing back...
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