Month: July 2022

How Local Governments Can Navigate the Current Hiring Shortage in Land Use

In speaking with thousands of Land Use Professionals over the past year, I have been stunned by how many agencies are short-staffed or struggling to hire. This challenge is impacting the efficiency of their operations, the morale of their staff, and ultimately the quality service they can provide to their citizens. But what is causing […]

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Check out our July Newsletter!

Camino’s Monthly newsletter highlights what’s new at Camino! Make sure to subscribe and stay up to date on exciting new product features, new case studies, customer launches, and more! This month’s edition features new case studies from Fairfax County, VA, and New Westminster, BC! Also, we’ve made updates to our platform that include the ability […]

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Welcome to New Bern, NC!

New Bern, a riverfront city located near the North Carolina coast, is the newest North Carolina agency to join Camino’s platform. With a population of just over 30,000, New Bern joins other Camino partners in the area like Gaston County and Lincoln County. The City will be using Camino’s Permit Guide to provide enhanced customer […]

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Camino’s Permit Guide enables Fairfax County’s land use agencies to unify data and create a brand new customer experience.

Check out our latest case study from Fairfax County, VA! Today, Fairfax County uses Camino Guides to unify data across all the agency’s departments while streamlining communication with residents. Camino achieved this alongside the county’s existing Accela system. Camino’s Permit Guide has enabled Fairfax County’s land use agencies to work together to create a brand-new […]

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The Importance of Ongoing Technology Assessment in Government

After a disagreeable first term, Ulysses S. Grant stood at the US Capital in 1873 for his second inaugural address and assured the American people that, “The theory of government changes with general progress”. He was proven right when the timely invention of the telegraph and steam engine left the country with a far more […]

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