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After nearly two years of planning, Philadelphia's risk manager expects a peaceful and well-organized Democratic National Convention.
Out-of-date technology and unsecured networks put voters’ ballots at risk.
Creating an obstacle course for "workplace athletes" makes fitness fun while helping to reduce on-the-job injuries.
The short- and long-term challenges of climate change are motivating low-lying municipalities to explore options and form strategic partnerships.
Unpatched software remains a top cyber vulnerability. Low-tech "phishing" attacks continue to succeed.
Involving the community and public officials in emergency management planning can be difficult.
Inhospitable work environments encourage some workers to rationalize committing insurance fraud.
Public sector risk managers often must make split-second judgments based upon community standards.
Is our world coming apart at the seams?
Our health and economy are increasingly exposed to a long-documented but ignored risk.
Owner control of insurance and project safety was vital to the success of Denver’s commuter rail project.
Insurance carriers can be doing more to address the risks for student athletes.
The risk manager for Columbus, Ga., discusses law enforcement liability and venturing into a coal mine at 15.
In three years, the Columbus Consolidated Government was able to substantially reduce workers’ compensation claims costs, revamp return-to-work and enhance safety training.
Two-time Teddy Award winner Red River Army Depot drives year-over-year results, serving as a model for other installations throughout the Army.
A $1 billion bridge rebuild is boosted by new surety claims and liquidity elements.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
Public risk management requires stamina and endurance regardless of the political season’s veiled threats and promises