New Jersey Digital Government Summit

May 22-23, 2018 | USA

The New Jersey Digital Government Summit, organized by the Government Technology will take place from 22nd May to 23rd May 2018 at the LaFayette Yard Hotel & Conference Center in Trenton, United States. The event talks about Innovation and Leadership, Digital Government Trends, Emerging Technologies, Cyber Security, Data and Analytics, Mobility and Citizen Engagement, Cloud Services, Collaboration etc.

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This video provides a synopsis of the City of Fredericktown’s efforts to reduce their vulnerability to the impacts of climate change and increase their resiliency. The City of Fredericktown used EPA’s Climate Resilience Evaluation and Awareness Tool (CREAT) to help identify and evaluate potential impacts of climate change on their utility and to develop adaptive options to address these impacts. Fredericktown is especially concerned with drought and its effects on their source water.


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Spotlight

This video provides a synopsis of the City of Fredericktown’s efforts to reduce their vulnerability to the impacts of climate change and increase their resiliency. The City of Fredericktown used EPA’s Climate Resilience Evaluation and Awareness Tool (CREAT) to help identify and evaluate potential impacts of climate change on their utility and to develop adaptive options to address these impacts. Fredericktown is especially concerned with drought and its effects on their source water.

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