American City & County: Survey: Most citizens hold officials responsible for city technology
More than three-quarters of U.S. residents hold their elected officials responsible for keeping their city’s technology up to date and running smoothly. Conversely – more than half would fire a city leader for not upgrading to better, faster solutions.
That’s according to a survey conducted by CentralSquare, a developer of public safety and administration software. The organization collected and analyzed responses from 5,000 Americans from all different walks of life.
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