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Teesland to develop Londonderry park

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GO-TIME: DCED Collaboration Saves $140,000 per Year, Reduces Local Government Paperwork

first_img January 24, 2018 GO-TIME: DCED Collaboration Saves $140,000 per Year, Reduces Local Government Paperwork Efficiency,  GO-TIME,  Government That Works,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – A new system developed by the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) for the Department of the Auditor General (AG) is making it easier for municipalities to receive state aid, according to the Governor’s Office of Transformation, Innovation, Management and Efficiency (GO-TIME).“The new system allows municipalities to cut through the red tape when they apply and provides the auditor general with a faster, more streamlined process for distributing aid,” Secretary Davin said. “Governor Wolf’s GO-TIME initiative consistently encourages departments to share information and work together to solve problems, which ultimately means better customer service. The municipal reporting system in one of several new technologies that DCED is sharing with other agencies and governments to reduce duplication and provide a better return for taxpayers”Pennsylvania saves taxpayers $140,000 annually since implementing the new tool, according to the Auditor General’s Office.“Going from a paper-based to electronic filing system streamlined submissions, improved efficiencies within my department and provided better customer service for municipal staff,” said Auditor General Eugene DePasquale. “We’ve heard from municipalities about the ease of the new system which simplifies the process while cutting down on data entry errors.Under Pennsylvania law, municipalities that wish to receive state aid for pensions and volunteer firefighter funding must apply to the Pennsylvania Auditor General’s Office by March 31 each year. Prior to 2017, all forms were submitted on paper. The new system streamlines reporting for municipalities and cuts processing time for the Office of Auditor General, which administers the program. The new online process is available on DCED’s Municipal Statistics website.Last year, over 2,500 municipalities in 66 out of 67 Pennsylvania counties received over $60 million in aid for their local volunteer firefighters’ relief associations in their communities. Additionally, over 1,400 municipalities received almost $290 million for their pension plans covering police officers, paid firefighters and non-uniformed employees. A 2 percent tax on out-of-state casualty and fire insurance premiums funds the program. More information about the Municipal Pension Reporting Program is available online at the Auditor General’s website.GO-TIME is working to modernize government operations to reduce costs and improve services. GO-TIME works with agencies to identify opportunities to share resources, collaborate and engage employees in transformation. Over the past three years, state agencies have achieved over $373 million in savings while also improving efficiency and customer service as part of GO-TIME. To learn more, go to www.governor.pa.gov/go-time.center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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Petrofac wins well services deal with Siccar Point

first_imgPetrofac’s Engineering and Production Services (EPS) business has added to its well engineering portfolio with the award of a contract from an independent exploration and production company, Siccar Point Energy.The three-year agreement, which includes options to extend, is estimated to be worth up to $95 million over the term, Petrofac said on Monday.The contract includes provision of well operator and well engineering project management services including supply chain management, for Siccar Point’s operated assets West of Shetland. Under these terms, Petrofac will be responsible for all new well work and the ongoing integrity management of existing well stock.Petrofac will also deploy its well project management software WellAtlas, which supports the entire well management and delivery agenda.Commenting on the award, Nick Shorten, Managing Director for Petrofac Engineering and Production Services in the Western Hemisphere, said: “We are delighted to have secured this significant new scope with Siccar Point Energy and very much look forward to supporting them in successfully delivering their ambitious exploration, appraisal and development plans, safely and cost efficiently over the next three years.“This award builds on our existing track record for delivering Well Operator and Project Management services for clients across the globe, but specifically West of Shetland, where we have significant exploration, appraisal and development experience.”last_img read more

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Clarke defends players’ party

first_img Clarke sees it all as innocent fun and hopes it will have a positive effect on morale ahead of two crucial games. The Baggies, now just two points above the relegation zone, travel to Cardiff on Saturday before hosting Hull the following week. Clarke said: “It was good for the players to get away. It was a difficult week. They went away, got themselves together and had a good time. “They have to relax and enjoy themselves. If anyone says they weren’t hurting after three defeats in a week – they were. “They have been hurting, the same as everyone has been hurting. Everyone hurts when you lose. To try to make an issue of going out and trying to have a night out is wrong.” The party had been pre-planned but some fans have been critical that it was allowed to proceed after the Norwich result. Clarke, however, insists it is not sending out the wrong signals. He said: “I don’t understand that it would look bad. They had two days off and they wanted to go and spend some time together – no problem.” Clarke was asked specifically about the striking images of Long busking which reached the media but he batted off any suggestion they might portray the club or player in a bad light. The Scot, speaking at a pre-match press conference, said: “I have heard Shane sing and he is a very good singer, very talented. Maybe Boaz didn’t help him! “Shane’s good on the guitar. As well as being a very talented footballer he is a very talented musician as well. “It was good, I don’t have a big issue. You get a lot of bad headlines surrounding football, but I don’t think that was a bad headline at all.” West Brom have won just one of their last nine league games but Clarke has been pleased with the attitude shown since the players returned to training this week. He said: “It’s only on the back of one bad week – unfortunately there were three games in that week, so we lost the three games. “It was a difficult week for us, it was painful, we didn’t enjoy it, nobody likes getting beat. “Training this week has been good, the response from the players has been excellent.” Striker Victor Anichebe could be doubtful for Saturday’s game after missing the club’s latest training session through illness. Clarke allowed his squad to travel to Dublin for a night out after Saturday’s loss to Norwich, which was their third Barclays Premier League defeat in the space of a week. The trip made the news as striker Shane Long, playing a guitar, and goalkeeper Boaz Myhill were pictured busking in the streets of the Irish capital. West Brom boss Steve Clarke has defended his players’ right to enjoy a Christmas party, despite the team’s poor form. Press Associationlast_img read more

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