The National Association of State Procurement Officials (NAPSO) in September presented Tennessee with George Cronin Award, an annual honor that recognizes advances in innovation, service improvement and cost reduction of state government services. Tennessee received a bronze award for third place, along with first-place Virginia and second-place California.
Governors of many states are turning to the private sector and following proven strategies for delivering cost-effective real estate management that saves taxpayers money.
In Tennessee, Governor Bill Haslam took office in 2011 and challenged his new commissioners to determine more effective ways to run state government and to provide the very best services at the lowest possible… Read More
Kevin McDowell, JLL Senior Vice President for Project and Development Services, will be permanently relocating to Nashville in his role as lead of the Tennessee division for JLL’s Southeast Region. McDowell has managed JLL projects in… Read More