Maui County Managing Director Keith Regan was awarded the International City/County Management Association's Certificate of Achievement in Performance Management at the ICMA's 104th Annual Conference in Baltimore. This is the second consecutive year that Regan has won this award and was recognized for the county's data-driven management and reporting. “Performance management … [Read more...] about Keith Regan wins certificate of achievement
While the National Security Agency continues to collect and store unprecedented amounts of data from millions of U.S. citizens, it appears the County of Maui can’t even archive emails more than three years old. “Don’t wait ‘til it’s too late,” a flyer posted in the county building warns employees. “Save your important emails. Starting June 1, 2018: ALL EMAILS older than 3 years … [Read more...] about Is the county trying to cover its tracks with a mass email purge?
Chances are this sentence you’re reading right now is printed on a piece of paper. Maybe it’s a quirk of Maui, or just an accident of history, but even in our so-called “Digital Age,” most of MauiTime’s readers still pick up our print edition each week. Of course we publish online, and distribute our stories and other content through social media like Facebook, Instagram and … [Read more...] about Will the County of Maui’s plan to provide public WiFi help destroy human civilization?*
You can now connect with the Maui Invasive Species Committee (MISC) using the COM Connect app on a smartphone. It's a mobile communication tool that gives citizens the ability to alert Maui County officials to various issues like abandoned vehicles, potholes, graffiti as well as report invasive species. "One of the ways to keep [Maui] beautiful is by preventing outbreaks of … [Read more...] about You can now connect to Maui Invasive Species Committee with your smartphone
On June 14, the Maui County Auditor released a new report on the county's use of procurement cards (so-called pCards)–a credit card that county officials can use to buy goods and services. The Auditor decided to take a look at Maui pCard use after a plethora of news reports made clear that former Hawaii Island Mayor Billy Kenoi was using his county pCard to patronize hostess … [Read more...] about Auditor scrutinizes Maui County procurement cards