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With new federal infrastructure funding on the horizon, choosing project management carefully and preparing for supply chain interruptions will be key for public sector risk management.
Public risk management requires stamina and endurance regardless of the political season’s veiled threats and promises
Defense contract job sites can be managed safely, despite hostile environments.
Climate change is speeding the deterioration of an already aged system. The fix will cost trillions.
Four states are weighing bills that address emotional trauma claims from police officers, firefighters and ambulance workers.
Underwriters are taking a harder look at insurance terms and conditions for police departments in the wake of highly publicized deaths.
Alleged police brutality is a controversy that brings introspection, examination into policy and protocols, and questions from across the nation
Each year since 2011, Risk & Insurance forecasts the Most Dangerous Emerging Risks — often with uncanny accuracy.
Sledding brings with it the joys of childhood — to everyone but public sector risk managers.
The increase in ambush-style assaults on police officers could make it challenging to obtain workers’ comp coverage for law enforcement.
Facilitating risk management education among the younger generation will benefit both young and old.
Local governments must be open and accessible. They also have the highest rates of injuries.
An insurance veteran shares 13 rules for risk management success.
Video technology is being used more frequently by municipalities to reduce liability involving police activities
The Greenbrier Cos. Inc.’s Donna Tyner says a key part of risk management’s appeal is that it’s always brand new.
A major hurricane strikes the Eastern Seaboard, bankrupting a city’s hopes of recovery.
Surety carriers demand payment and performance bonds on public-private partnerships.
A year ago, parts of Colorado were besieged by a 1,000-year flood event leading to more than $2 billion in economic damages.
Citing security concerns, many U.S. schools have cancelled study programs in Israel. Other travelers appear more cautious than scared.
The project to install an intake tunnel beneath Lake Mead has been beset with delays and insurance losses.