EfficientGov is a clearinghouse for information about real solutions being implemented at municipalities across the country...
Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 23, 2011
EfficientGov.com recently launched its new free email newsletter targeted at municipal officials and citizens seeking to learn more about innovative and efficient government solutions.
Editor and Publisher, Barry Greenfield, a newly elected Selectman in Swampscott, Massachusetts, oversees the editorial mission of the publication. “EfficientGov.com is a clearinghouse for information about real solutions that are being implemented at the local and state level across the US.” This includes news about regionalization, green energy, consolidation, sustainability and public safety.
With municipal officials becoming very creative in the face of diminished state and federal aid, EfficientGov.com believes there is a need to spread the word about how local government is evolving. “Many of the decision makers in local government don’t have the time to research what is occurring outside of their county, for that matter out of state. So providing news briefs from around the US and occasionally overseas is enormously valuable. The EfficientGov.com weekly newsletter is meant to be a quick read, with more in-depth information available on the website,” said Greenfield.
As a Selectman, Greenfield has first hand knowledge of the pressures facing municipalities across the US. “When you talk to the government officials who have successfully implemented new solutions to government, it makes the issues at hand a little less daunting.”
With more than 40,000 municipal officials in its database, EfficientGov.com represents an opportunity for vendors selling into the government space a true forum for product information, case studies and thought leadership.
Through its EG Consulting division, the company offers guidance and expertise to municipalities seeking to add revenue from corporate sponsorship of municipal assets such as events, educational programs, parks and recreation and facilities.
To learn more about EfficientGov, visit http://www.EfficientGov.com