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The winners of the 2013 Chicago Innovation Awards joined President Preckwinkle today for a roundtable discussion about their innovations and the positive impact they could have for the County and our entire region. After President Preckwinkle’s opening remarks, co-founders Tom Kuczmarski and Dan Miller explained the Awards, then each person had time to explain [...]
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle today set in motion the development of a plan that will look at the County’s transportation network and its impact on economic growth and quality of life over the next 25 years. “We can no longer continue to make one-off transportation investments. We need a coherent strategy. The County […]Readers who viewed this page, also viewed:County’s Car Sharing Program Saves $250,000 in its First…AppointmentsPopular Savings Plan for Pet Spay and Neuter MonthThe BoardThe Cook County Situation ReportPowered by Where did they go from here?
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle today introduced proposed revisions to the County’s procurement code to enhance participation of Minority- and Women Owned Business Enterprises (M/WBE) and to crackdown on fraudulent activity. “My administration remains committed to ensuring that M/WBEs share an equal footing with larger companies seeking to do business with Cook County,” President […]Readers who viewed this page, also viewed:President Preckwinkle Launches Long Range Transportation…County’s Car Sharing Program Saves $250,000 in its First…CategoriesAppointmentsSheriff Dart Announces Results from First Month of Conceal…Powered by Where did they go from here?
The Cook County Board today approved technology upgrades proposed by President Toni Preckwinkle to track the location of County vehicles and automate building inspections, moving away from a paper-based system. The Automated Vehicle Location (AVL) system will provide real-time GPS tracking of county vehicles. President Preckwinkle anticipates that over the next several years the new […]Readers who viewed this page, also viewed:President Preckwinkle Announces National Accreditation For…Find it FastPresident Preckwinkle Seeks To Strengthen Minority- and…President Preckwinkle Launches Long Range Transportation…Cook County Partners with Smart Chicago Collaborative to…Powered by Where did they go from here?