Successful and Proven Real World Solutions to Reduce Homelessness


This live webinar is designed for city managers, county and municipal officials, law enforcement officials, financial officers, treasurers, and any other government/public officials.
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Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1000 represents 95,000 state employees, including the overwhelming majority of white collar professionals, clerical staff, information technology workers, teachers, printers, custodians, auditors, nurses and other health care professionals.


Smoothing the Transition to Retirement

federal employees can do to make the most of their retirement. This viewcast will focus on understanding the balancing act between federal retirement benefits, Social Security, Insurance and the Thrift Savings Plan. It also will clear up common misperceptions about planning for retirement involving such issues as taxes, long-term care planning, survivor benefits and Medicare.

On-Premise Like in the Cloud: Software Makes it Possible

By using software to define your processing environment, you can boost automation, eliminate the need for a specific environment or hardware, rapidly respond to business needs, look at operations within or outside your data center, and provide dashboards across computing platforms.

Best Practices in Running a Government Performance Program

Wondering who to ask about setting up a government performance management program that’s built for success? Learn from your peers who have been there. Kate Bender, Deputy Performance Officer for Kansas City, Mo. and Chris Rieth, Socrata Program Manager give expert advice on establishing and maintaining a performance management program.

FDA Basics Webinar August 19, 2013: Biological Products, Part 2: Biosimilar Biological Products


Many of today’s important medications are biological products, generally derived from living material from humans, animals, or microorganisms. These products treat conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, anemia, low white blood cell counts, inflammatory bowel disease, and various forms of cancer. Unlike other drugs known as small molecule drugs, biological products are generally highly complex in structure.