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Liquidity management and emergency preparedness

Pathway to Recovery (Part II)

by Joe Rulison | Mar 26, 2020 | Banking Relationship, Banking Trends, Budgets, Cash Management Practices, Data & Technology, Fintech, News, Predictions

During these challenging times, three+one®️ is working to bring solutions to public entities and higher Ed institutions, allowing them to operate without disruption, while creating savings and new sources of revenue to offset... more »

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Open Data

Coronavirus Sabotage, Hoaxes, and Defiance of Public Safety Imperative

PURPOSE:

The purpose of this topic is to generate awareness re: other Coronavirus related conditions. Stakeholders (e.g. businesses and mass transit) should admonish visitors against, be aware of, and prepared to respond to, the following potential adverse behaviors and actions.

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REQUEST:

All members of the public should to be encouraged to report suspicious activity related to Coronavirus. Perhaps via "If you see... more »

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Open Data

Encourage Data Brokers and Big Data Firms and Innovators to Put Their Talents to Use for The Public

With data science, AI, and the collection of public data at new heights, we should engage data innovators to create open data portals and open data approaches that benefit the public and public safety at large. There are a number of crime map companies and other data portals that list hazards and threats like wildfire dangers, pollution, and drug activity. What if we encouraged these data scientists and citizen-scientists... more »

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Maintain the Public Trust by showing respect for the Supreme Court

In order for the public to trust the Department of Homeland Security, the public must trust the department's leadership.



Today my trust in the department was impacted by the derogatory comments publicly posted by Acting Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli (@HomelandKen) on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HomelandKen/status/1273664670768025601. The tweet reads:

"I used to use #SCOTUS... I think after today's rulings,... more »

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