Governor Jack Markell announced he is nominating James Collins to become the next Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the Delaware Department of Technology and Information (DTI), recognizing Collins’ extensive experience as a leader in state organizations and on information technology projects.
Delaware’s AmeriCorps program will mark 20 years of volunteerism and service to the state with the swearing-in of a new group of members and by celebrating the many contributions of AmeriCorps alumni during a recognition dinner at the University of Delaware’s Clayton Hall Conference Center in Newark.
Governor Markell announces the application process is open for cities and towns to participate in the Downtown Development Districts program, with applications due by November 1.
Speaking at one of four sites of nationwide public hearings on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Power plan, Governor Markell emphasized the environmental and economic benefits of the proposal to reduce dirty emissions from the nation’s power plants by 30 percent by 2030.
In his weekly message, filmed at Fort DuPont State Park, Governor Markell discusses efforts to address the environmental and historic preservation goals of the site while enhancing economic opportunities for the State.
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