According to the former mayors of Albuquerque and Philadelphia: “It’s our job to make SXSW live on all year long. Here’s why.”
In an address, American Petroleum Institute President and CEO Jack Gerard also praised the Trump administration’s recent decision to expand offshore drilling on the outer continental shelf.
“Congress needs to act," said U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop, as he discussed the National Environmental Policy Act on Wednesday.
Making his vision for a system of near-frictionless transport tubes a reality still requires things like permitting.
The president has promised to move ahead with “massive permit reform.” But some of his actions may be having the “exact opposite result of what seems to have been intended.”
To help a growing food truck industry, some states are cutting through a tangle of local rules and regulations by establishing uniform standards.
“We want to make it easier for governments to get people to comply with regulations that didn’t use to seem important enough to follow,” CityGrows’ CEO said.
Federal and state authorities are making progress in cutting through the regulatory thicket.
At the U.S. Conference of Mayors winter meeting, Kansas City Mayor Sly James discussed ways Missouri’s most populous municipality is closing its digital divide to spur entrepreneurship.
While it’s important to improve online services, Ohio’s third-largest city has upgraded the brick-and-mortar experience, too.
The permitting tool is 16 months out from launch but has the potential to scale with the city.
Xerox’s parking and mobility vice president Matt Darst weighs in.
Officials in Broward County, Florida, don’t think so.
Agency Staffer’s Brain Serves as Permitting Repository; Sheriff’s Jail Basement ‘Armageddon’ Stockpile?
Also: Maine is sued over chicken pox disclosure and North Carolina’s Confederate memorial protection legislation.
A consortium of tech contributors posted required and optional fields to GitHub and now wants input on how to improve it.
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