Business stakeholders approved Gov. Brad Little’s State of the State message and budget proposal, which featured a heavy emphasis on public education but was conservative to help the state prepare for a possible recession. Presented on Jan. 6 in the ...Read More »
Once Boise’s signature initiatives — one on a new downtown library and the other for a proposed sports park — made it to the ballot, Mayor David Bieter says, he knew they would pass. And he knew he would probably lose ...Read More »
Editor’s note: This is the third in a four-part series on business preparedness for the 2020s. The future of information technology services in Idaho? Cloudy. In this case, that’s a good thing. Cloud proponents – companies providing software and storage over ...
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Idaho’s Office of Information Technology Services plans to take the next step of its modernization program to the Legislature during the upcoming session. The initiative continues centralizing Idaho’s computing resources, including moving several full-time equivalent (FTE) positions under the office ...
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The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (DHW) held public hearings in Boise Dec. 2 and 3 on the fifth of Idaho’s Medicaid waivers, which would allow for inpatient treatment for mental health and substance abuse disorders at a freestanding ...Read More »