Colorado Counties Inc

ccionline.org

Colorado Counties, Inc. (CCI) is the county commissioners' professional association and is located at 800 Grant St # 500, Denver, Colorado, United States. CCI's missions include representing commissioners' interests at the state legislature, providing education and collaboration opportunities to member counties, and promoting interest in and understanding of county government.

C-Suite On Deck

Responsive image

Feature market insights and perspectives from top C-Level executives, elite technology influencers and thought leaders from your company here. This signature initiative has garnered immense support...

Contact Us

Events

Related News

CYBERSECURITY

BEACON GLOBAL STRATEGIES EXPANDS ITS NATIONAL SECURITY TECHNOLOGY PRACTICE BY ADDING FIVE EXPERTS

Beacon Global Strategies | March 08, 2022

news image

Beacon Global Strategies (BGS), a leading strategic advisory firm focusing on global public policy, government procurement, emerging technology, and geopolitical risk analysis, announced the expansion of its National Security Technology Practice. BGS has added to its ranks former Federal Chief Information Officer (CIO) Ms. Suzette Kent, Cybersecurity expert Ms. Julie Grundman, Government Technology Procurement and Acquisition leader Ms. Elizabeth Hampton, former Senate Intelligence Budget and Po...

Read More

GOOGLE’S US ANTITRUST WORRIES COULD BE ENTERING A MORE SERIOUS PHASE

Google | January 27, 2020

news image

At least seven state attorneys general are meeting with US Justice Department attorneys next week in what could be the first step toward the two groups working together to investigate Google, The Wall Street Journal is reporting. The move follows last year’s news that 50 state attorneys general are conducting an antitrust investigation to Google, while the Justice Department has its own broad antitrust review that it’s conducting of the country’s big tech companies. Google&rsqu...

Read More

TRUMP BUDGET PROPOSES $1T FOR TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS

US Department of Transportation | February 11, 2020

news image

The Trump administration this week released its FY 2021 budget, which includes a proposed $1 trillion in transportation infrastructure investments. The president's budget also requests $21.6 billion for the U.S. DOT in discretionary budget authority for 2021, which is a $3.2 billion (or 13%) decrease from the 2020 enacted level. According to a report from the Washington Post, the budget also cuts more than $2 billion in highway infrastructure funds and more than $500 million in transit grant...

Read More

GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

KBR-BUILT COMMERCIAL CLOUD AND MISSION SERVICE PLATFORM NOW AVAILABLE ON FEDRAMP MARKETPLACE AS FEDRAMP READY

KBR, Inc. | June 17, 2022

news image

KBR announced the arrival of its commercial cloud and mission service platform on the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Marketplace as FedRAMP Ready. KBR built the platform from the ground-up to support U.S. federal government departments and agencies. Known as KBR Vaault℠, the technology provides a variety of domain-specific solutions including public safety digital evidence management. This secure, cloud-based platform provides the U.S. government and c...

Read More
news image

CYBERSECURITY

BEACON GLOBAL STRATEGIES EXPANDS ITS NATIONAL SECURITY TECHNOLOGY PRACTICE BY ADDING FIVE EXPERTS

Beacon Global Strategies | March 08, 2022

Beacon Global Strategies (BGS), a leading strategic advisory firm focusing on global public policy, government procurement, emerging technology, and geopolitical risk analysis, announced the expansion of its National Security Technology Practice. BGS has added to its ranks former Federal Chief Information Officer (CIO) Ms. Suzette Kent, Cybersecurity expert Ms. Julie Grundman, Government Technology Procurement and Acquisition leader Ms. Elizabeth Hampton, former Senate Intelligence Budget and Po...

Read More
news image

GOOGLE’S US ANTITRUST WORRIES COULD BE ENTERING A MORE SERIOUS PHASE

Google | January 27, 2020

At least seven state attorneys general are meeting with US Justice Department attorneys next week in what could be the first step toward the two groups working together to investigate Google, The Wall Street Journal is reporting. The move follows last year’s news that 50 state attorneys general are conducting an antitrust investigation to Google, while the Justice Department has its own broad antitrust review that it’s conducting of the country’s big tech companies. Google&rsqu...

Read More
news image

TRUMP BUDGET PROPOSES $1T FOR TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS

US Department of Transportation | February 11, 2020

The Trump administration this week released its FY 2021 budget, which includes a proposed $1 trillion in transportation infrastructure investments. The president's budget also requests $21.6 billion for the U.S. DOT in discretionary budget authority for 2021, which is a $3.2 billion (or 13%) decrease from the 2020 enacted level. According to a report from the Washington Post, the budget also cuts more than $2 billion in highway infrastructure funds and more than $500 million in transit grant...

Read More
news image

GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

KBR-BUILT COMMERCIAL CLOUD AND MISSION SERVICE PLATFORM NOW AVAILABLE ON FEDRAMP MARKETPLACE AS FEDRAMP READY

KBR, Inc. | June 17, 2022

KBR announced the arrival of its commercial cloud and mission service platform on the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Marketplace as FedRAMP Ready. KBR built the platform from the ground-up to support U.S. federal government departments and agencies. Known as KBR Vaault℠, the technology provides a variety of domain-specific solutions including public safety digital evidence management. This secure, cloud-based platform provides the U.S. government and c...

Read More