This service delivery mechanism offers customers a pathway to learn and participate from the safety of their own homes and on devices a majority of customers use.
It is a mistake for the governor and the Legislature to sell bonds to balance the fiscal year 2021 budget. Not only is it prohibited by the New Jersey Constitution but, more important, it is bad public policy and will ruin the state’s finances for years. Opinion by Richard Keevey, NJSpotlight, July 16, 2020
At the height of the pandemic, travel to more than 150K NJ points of interest decreased up to 80% as compared to early March.
This comprehensive review sought to gain a better understanding of the online presence and how information is made available online to customers and job seekers.
With a nation rattled by a public health emergency, a deep recession that has left thousands jobless, and growing signs of climate change, it may be time for bold new ideas to address those crises. “This is too good a crisis to go to waste” was the message of the two-part virtual convening Rebuilding New […]
Examines responses of NJ nonprofit organizations about the financial impact of COVID-19, how they responded to the loss of funding and revenue, and their concerns about and plans for reopening.
Brief summarizes the response differences across groups of business owners on closures and financial impact due to the COVID-19 public health crisis.
No travel, no tourists… no problem? Michael Lahr visits this troubled $1T industry, reveals who has been hardest hit, and shares how some companies might be able to weather the current storm
New Jersey is holding its first statewide vote-by-mail primary on July 7th. Even though COVID-19 has made 2020 a difficult and unusual election year all over the country, the Garden State has its own unique problems that predate the pandemic. A coalition of activists, election lawyers, researchers, and public policy experts say the state has […]
Selling bonds for operating purposes must be avoided — not only because it has been deemed unconstitutional by the New Jersey Supreme Court — but much more importantly, because it is very bad public policy. By definition, the amount is a one-time revenue source. What does the state do the following year? This would create […]