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Case Studies from the Cities of San Antonio and Avondale

by Timothy Tiernan on November 16, 2015
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Rapid growth in your city can be seen as a blessing and a curse. And an opportunity. Growth can place tremendous pressure on city services and transportation corridors, pushing city administrators to search for alternative funding sources. Our case study from the City of Avondale, Arizona, addresses just this topic.

You can also read about how the City of San Antonio, a longtime client of ours, overhauled its grant management processes, getting all deparments on the same page and increasing visibility into departmental activities. Click the stories that you resonate with, and tell us what you think!

Read about the City of Avondale here.

Read about the City of San Antonio here.

Topics: eCivis Resources, Grants Management Best Practices