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Governor calls on flood-affected residents to report damage Governor calls on flood-affected residents to report damage

Governor calls on flood-affected residents to report damage

Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s office is urging Illinoisans to report any damages caused by recent flooding to their county’s emergency management agencies in order to increase the likelihood of the state qualifying for federal aid. A release from Pritzker’s office said Illinois can qualify for federal assistance if the total flood damage in the state meets or exceeds $19 million.
Audit: State’s technology department full of waste, unequipped to deal with disaster Audit: State’s technology department full of waste, unequipped to deal with disaster

Audit: State’s technology department full of waste, unequipped to deal with disaster

In its first two years of existence, the state’s lead technology agency was not equipped to handle technology disasters, maintained servers and computers with inadequate or nonexistent anti-virus protection, failed to implement cybersecurity controls, and did not properly document purchases or property inventory, according to a report from the Illinois Auditor General’s office.
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