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The on-going modernization and efficiency initiatives in North Carolina state government, spearheaded by Governor Pat McCrory, are getting recognition beyond the bounds of North Carolina.
The on-going modernization and efficiency initiatives in North Carolina state government, spearheaded by Governor Pat McCrory, are getting recognition beyond the bounds of North Carolina.
 
As part of Governor Pat McCrory's efforts to make state government more efficient and accountable, North Carolina is proactively settling workers' compensation claims that will result in more than $24 million in cost savings.
As part of Governor Pat McCrory's efforts to make state government more efficient and accountable, North Carolina is proactively settling workers' compensation claims that will result in more than $24 million in cost savings.
 
North Carolina State Government is stepping up efforts to hire the best and the brightest to serve the people of North Carolina.
North Carolina State Government is stepping up efforts to hire the best and the brightest to serve the people of North Carolina.
 
Neal Alexander, Director of the NC Office of State Human Resources (OSHR), announced today that former state employee, Chakrapani Tadementi, hired in March 1995, was indicted by a grand jury on the charges of felony larceny and retention of property under false pretense
Neal Alexander, Director of the NC Office of State Human Resources (OSHR), announced today that former state employee, Chakrapani Tadementi, hired in March 1995, was indicted by a grand jury on the charges of felony larceny and retention of property under false pretense
 
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