The State Worker: Small project a big test for California's government tech skills
At the state's human resources headquarters in Sacramento, a small-but-significant test of state employee computer prowess is rebooting. - Sacramento Bee
State Workers Get Bear Defense Training
NCHORAGE - Some state employees' job requires them to deal with the state's crankiest residents. That's why for about four weeks every year, about 100 state workers who work in the field prepare for the worst-case scenario. - KTVA
New effort targets Pa.'s 'triple-dipping' state workers
Public employees would be protected from punishment for providing information requested by Louisiana lawmakers under a bill approved by a House committee Wednesday. House Bill 387 by Rep. John Schroder, R-Covington, comes after some high-profile instances in which state officials who disagreed with Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration lost their jobs. - NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
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