Nevada Digital Government Summit 2022

December 15, 2022 | USA

Nevada digital government summit
The 18th Annual Nevada Digital Summit is back in person this year! The Summit provides an opportunity for government and industry IT leaders to gather and share ideas, best practices and a vision for the future of government IT.

Spotlight

Policy uncertainty fuels market volatility, and the United Kingdom is no exception. It will take four months to resolve the status of Britain within the European Union for the time being, future institutional arrangements are difficult to predict. So why is the referendum taking place? A lenient interpretation is that the crisis in the euro area, and the steep increase in immigration, made the public question the United Kingdom’s links with the continent more than in the past. A more skeptical interpretation is that a symbolic renegotiation was motivated by internal political competition in Britain.


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Spotlight

Policy uncertainty fuels market volatility, and the United Kingdom is no exception. It will take four months to resolve the status of Britain within the European Union for the time being, future institutional arrangements are difficult to predict. So why is the referendum taking place? A lenient interpretation is that the crisis in the euro area, and the steep increase in immigration, made the public question the United Kingdom’s links with the continent more than in the past. A more skeptical interpretation is that a symbolic renegotiation was motivated by internal political competition in Britain.

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