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42 Most Popular Knowledge Network Documents
13 April 2012 |
Filled with sample contracts, job descriptions, RFPs, articles, reports, and more, the Knowledge Network's document library is your first stop for local government research. But with more than 7,000 documents, which ones rise to the top?
In March 2012, our 42 most popular documents, listed below, were each viewed an average of at least once per day. They come from cities, towns, and counties large and small; from industry and association partners; and of course from the Knowledge Network partners, ICMA and the Alliance for Innovation. Covering a wide range of topics, including career resources, form of government, leadership, public safety, sustainability, libraries, special events, citizen engagement, and social media, to name a few, these resources reflect the diversity of the local government issues.
What about the rest of those documents? A total of 2,135 documents were viewed at least once last month, making this a remarkably broad resource for thousands of users looking for local government info. That leaves just under 70% of the library sitting untouched on the shelf, but those documents will be there when you need them!
Does your organization have a useful resource to add to the list? Submit a document to help thousands of local government professionals learn from your experience. Contributions directly from local government keep the Knowledge Network most relevant to its users.
There's plenty more where that came from! Check out the full document library to search filter by document type, or browse documents in a topic of interest.
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