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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.
Mitigating safety risks while accommodating the public and special events organizers can be challenging.
Some university premiums are more than double last year’s expense, but students may find themselves uninsured anyway.
Workers’ comp fraud has been on the rise in California ever since probation officers were included under the state’s vexing labor law.
In a first-of-its-kind development, an insurer is suing municipalities for breaching their duty to prepare their infrastructure for climate-related exposures.
Lack of evidence keeps kidney disease off list of 9/11-related health conditions.
Public risk managers are focused on cyber exposures, marijuana legalization risks and effectively working with law enforcement.
OSHA aims to improve workplace safety for thousands of correctional employees.
Brokerages help small business take on public works projects that would otherwise be out of reach.
End benefits cap or find workers’ comp no longer an adequate remedy, attorneys argue.
Brand building should be a key part of your risk management strategy.
Public safety employees face higher risk, but tend to flout safety rules.
Automating claims administration allowed Longmont, Colo., to reduce costs and increase efficiency.
Unfunded pension liabilities continue to threaten city finances.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
Public sector risk managers are under pressure to assess infrastructure exposures.
It is time for us to stop hiding behind the use of averages and start accommodating uncertainty.
An expensed dinner and drinks with an old and trusted friend winds up being more than Jimmy Davis ever bargained for.
When we look back in history, we see that perceived oppression often leads to rebellion.