In a data-driven world, status quo approaches to regulation aren’t cutting it anymore. So how can governments capitalize on data-based technology that has dominated the private sector for years?
The Oklahoma REAB Executive Director discusses her office’s journey moving their workflow to Thentia Cloud.
Funding from Thentia’s investors will fuel rapid growth and support the company’s unprecedented expansion across North America.
Regulators are defined by their function. In this week’s whitepaper excerpt, we break down the types and functions of regulators as well as the ways government leaders can measure their own success.
What are the basic goals of regulation? What are the different ways in which a regulator can endeavor to protect the public interest? We break down this and more in our latest whitepaper excerpt.
An experienced lawyer with deep expertise in regulation, Giuffre will lead Thentia’s legal affairs and strategy as part of the leadership team
What can go wrong in the design or processing of a complaint form? We discuss the basic goals and principles that can guide regulators toward a fair and thorough complaint investigation.
The complaint form is fundamental to the process of reactive regulation. In our latest blog post, we look at principles of complaint forms — namely, the criteria they must meet to make for a thorough and fair complaint investigation process.
Former Gainwell Technologies Sector CFO to build out Thentia’s finance organization as part of senior leadership team
Efforts to ease licensing restrictions make strides in several states in our weekly look at regulatory news.
How can regulators respond to the threat of cyberattacks on their agencies? We look at this and more in our latest blog post.
Washington reports further vulnerabilities after a cyberattack, New Mexico moves to ease professional licensing restrictions, Kansas threaders see licensing barriers removed, and more in our Week in Brief.
Cybercriminals are always looking for new ways to breach private systems and steal personal information. But what actual consequences do regulators face when this happens?
Woodill to lead operations and new implementation strategy for Thentia’s enterprise client portfolio
Cybersecurity, licensing reform, and staff shortages dominate headlines in this week’s look at regulatory news.
As more regulators face cyberattacks, woe to the unprepared. Cybersecurity can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be.