Bloustein Local Government Research Center’s director/University Professor Ray Caprio, and assistant director/senior policy fellow Marc Pfeiffer, were named #12 and #9 respectively, to Insider NJ’s 2017 Insider 100 Policymakers in their annual “Who Will Fix the State of New Jersey?” Insider NJ’s “2017 Insider 100 Policymakers”
Local government agencies face risks from their use of technology. Today’s technology is embedded in most government activities, and is growing because the public expects government to use technology in providing their services. The Bloustein Local Government Research Center has conducted and now publishes original research in the field. The report on this effort suggests […]communications, government, information, management, technology, technology risk, techology profile, techology system
A new paper, “Cost Allocation Estimates of Pension Liability for Each 1% of Payroll Contribution: Converting from a School District Basis to a Municipality Basis—A Preliminary Set of Estimates,” prepared by the Bloustein Local Government Research Center on behalf of the New Jersey League of Municipalities and the New Jersey School Board Association, is now […]
On November 17, 2014, Bloustein Local released it’s first Issue Paper: “Size May Not Be the Issue: An Analysis of the Cost of Local Government and Municipal Size in New Jersey.” Click here to download a copy of the report. Find media stories and editorials on the report here.
Link to event recording, October 25, 2013