May 14, 2018 | View as webpage
Dear EfficientGov Subscriber,
In May and June, EfficentGov features elevated focus on economic development. Local governments tend to promote policies that help businesses grow, and create strategic action plans that offer incentives for growing industries and hot markets, like craft brewing. Of the 6,000 breweries that opened in 2017, 98 percent were small or independent brewers. It's a growing market nationwide, but it doesn't mean all brewers have equal opportunity. See our special report on how some states put the brakes on these entrepreneurs and the cities that want their businesses.

In Tech, we continue our smart cities special coverage and have new resources on drone pilot jobs and how to help businesses prepare for disasters like hurricanes.
EfficientGov Editor, Andrea Fox
TOP NEWS
How Some States Blunt Growth for Craft Brewers
By Larry Claflin, Jr.
Cities across the U.S. support craft brewers for economic development, but in certain states, laws limit their growth potential.
10 Govs Partnering with FAA on Drone Integration
City, county, tribal, state agency and academic partners will test public and private uses under lifted restrictions.
How to Become a Drone Pilot (and Ready a Workforce)
For those looking to increase opportunities, this is a job market predicted to boom. Learn about the market drivers and FAA's training requirements.
Improve Incident Response Times With a Single Interactive Map
Using visualization software to integrate multiple data feeds onto a single screen helps incident commanders make faster, better-informed decisions.
Make decisions faster
AWS Public Sector Summit in Washington, DC – June 20-21
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to use the cloud for mission-critical projects. You’ll take home strategies and tactics for shaping culture, building new skillsets, and achieving your mission.
Register today!
EfficientGov does not send unsolicited messages. You are receiving this email because you have signed up for EfficientGov and subscribed to this newsletter. If you do not wish to receive future EfficientGov emails, please unsubscribe.